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Kamayan "Boodle Dining"
While most Filipinos today eat using a spoon and fork, the traditional way of eating is kamayan, or “with hands.” ... The term kamayan can be used to describe the act of eating by hand, but a traditional kamayan meal is a feast served family style, usually over banana leaves. 
What's in the Menu
Fried Pampano
Salt and Pepper Shrimp
Baked Mussels
Longganisa (Filipino Sausage)
Pork Adobo Ribs
Sweetie Pork (Tocino)
Crispy Chicken Inasal (Strips)
Chicken Eggroll
Mango, Tomato and Onions 
Green Beans w/ Shrimp Paste
Tuna Ceviche
Lechon Sisig

Garlic Rice
Fruit Basket
$59 PP plus tax and 20% TIP
Minimum of 4 guest

Needs 2 days advance notice

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