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 on a stick

Crispy Chicken Inasal (Strips)

Chicken Eggroll

Toyo or Dried Fish

Mango, Tomato and Onions 

Green Veggies

Tuna Ceviche

Pancit

Garlic Rice

Fruit Basket

$39 per person minimum of 3 guest

Requires 24 hours in Advance  Reservations to secure seating

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