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It’s a well known fact that Filipinos love stew and soup dishes.bulalo is specific in its use of beef shanks and beef...
lechon baka is made with tender,juicy and smoky roasted beef that's hand-sliced, this also best dipped in our signa...
stewed in vinegar, soy sauce and squid ink,
popular Filipino pork dish deep-fried, golden and crunchy on the outside, moist and flavorful on the inside
Talong with Lechon Kawali or Sauteed Eggplant in Shrimp Paste with Crispy Deep Fried Pork Belly
tender slices of beef, rich bone marrow, and tasty gravy served in hot sizzling plate with steamed vegetables on th...
is a simple combination of melted butter, minced garlic and lemon juice
shrimps coated in batter and fried to golden brown.
deep - fry until crispy serve with buro on the side
made whole pork leg deep-fried until golden and crisp.
Pork belly slow oven roasted with super crispy skin and meat full of flavors.
is made from stewed beef angus, beef tripe and peanut sauce with assorted vegetables. Served with bagoong.
is a delicious Filipino dish made from pork lechon and prepared with a thick peanut sauce and assorted vegetables. Se...
Classic Filipino Pork adobo topped with fried flakes adobo.
a version of the popular Filipino blood stew dish
is a delightful mix of shrimp, squid, mussel, and fish fillet sauteed in a thickened coconut milk sauce and aligue.
cooked angus beef cubes then deep fried until golden brown
Pan fried boneless jumbo bangus marinated in a rich combination of native spices then tossed with lots of toasted gar...
is a stewed taro leaves in coconut milk, season with shrimp paste and spiced with red hot chilies or siling laboyo
Pork belly slow roasted in the oven with super crispy skin and super moist stuffed with herbs and spices with kangkong
is made from mixed vegetables steamed in shrimp sauce.
pan fried thinly sliced beef cuts served on a soy sauce calamansi with onion rings
is a tangy, soupy, one-pot meal, it can serve as a soup and a main dish complete with vegetables and it is easy to make
is a fish stew with miso most popular Filipino soup dish usually eaten with rice.
Our own version of pork sisig, crispy & flavorful. Making it one of our signature dish.
Lumpiang Togue is a variation of the spring roll. Instead of meat, togue are used as the major ingredient.
Chopped Veggies in spicy coconut milk
Thick Noodle Soup, One of Batangas Specialty
Famous noodle soup of Bacolod City
This spicy dish is made of beef innards with Spanish origin. It is served as a main dish or “pulutan”
Crispy fried shrimp