- Beef with Broccoli$45Beef and broccoli sauteed in garlic and soy sauce.
- Beef Mechado$54Beef stew with vegetables and tomato sauce.
- Beef Nilaga$54Beef and vegetables cooked in a broth.
- Papaitan$54Beef and tripe soup, known for its slightly bitter and lemony taste,
- Kare-Kare$54Beef and vegetable stew with peanut sauce.
- Beef Kaldereta$54Beef tomato stew cooked with cheese and liver spread.
- Peppered Steak$54Sirloin steak stir-fried with bell peppers and onions.
- Beef Steak$54Beef cooked with soy sauce and lemon topped with sauteed red onions.
- Mongolian Beef$54Beef stir-fried in soy sauce and ginger mixed with sesame seeds and scallions.
- Crispy Chicken Wings$45Our version of traditional bone-in chicken wings.
- Chicken with Shrimp and Mushroom$47Chicken meat sauteed with shrimp and mushrooms
- Chicken Curry$47Chicken marinated and cooked in a curry sauce mixed with vegetables.
- Chicken Pastel$45Creamy chicken stew with potatoes, carrots and celery. Filipino style chicken pot pie without the pie.
- Chicken Adobo$45Chicken cooked in soy sauce and vinegar.
- Chicken Afritada$45Tomato based chicken stew with potatoes and bell peppers
- Hawaiian Chicken$45Chicken stew cooked with pineapple chunks and in pineapple juice.
- Chicken Kaldereta$45Chicken stewed in tomato sauce, cheese and liver spread.
- Pork BBQ$2.25
- Chicken BBQ$2.25
- Grilled Pork (Inihaw)$59
- Grilled Chicken Teriyaki$59
- Giniling with Quail Eggs$45Ground pork dish with quail eggs.
- Dinuguan$45More commonly known as chocolate dish...just try it!
- Lechon Kawali$52Deep fried pork belly.
- Sinigang with Spare Ribs$49Spare ribs cooked in a tamarind base soup with vegetables.
- Sisig$52Pork, bell peppers, and onion sauteed in vinegar, salt and pepper.
- Menudo$45Pork tomato stew cooked with liver and vegetables.
- Pork Adobo$47Pork stir-fried in soy sauce and vinegar.
- Binagoongan$47Pork stew cooked in shrimp paste sauce.
- Bicol Express$49Pork stew dish made with coconut, chili peppers, garlic, onion.
- Igado$45Pork dish made with pig's innards cooked in vinegar.
- Meatballs with Sweet and Sour$47Meatballs cooked in sweet and sour sauce.
- Paksiw na Pata$45Pork thigh meat cooked in vinegar.
- Embutido$8.95Filipino style pork meatloaf.
- Longganisa$45Filipino sweet pork sausage.
- Tokwa't Baboy$45Tofu, pork meat and pork gizzards sauteed and mixed in soy sauce, vinegar and onion sauce.
- Crispy Pata$10.50Deep fried pork thigh and leg.
Traditional Filipino seafood dishes
- Sweet and Sour Fish$50Fish stewed with vegetables and cooked in a sweet and sour sauce.
- Sinigang na Bangus$50Sinigang, tamarind soup made with milkfish.
- Seafood Curry$59Assorted seafood cooked in curry sauce.
- Escabeche$50Fried fish in a sweet and sour sauce served with vegetables.
- Calamari$50Breaded and deep fried squid.
- Seafood Bicol Express$59Various seafood cooked in a stew made with coconut, chili peppers, garlic, onion and shrimp paste.
- Fish and Tofu in Black and Bean Sauce$50Sauteed fish and tofu cooked with black beans and cooked in black and bean sauce.
- Seafood Combo$59
- Fried Tilapia$4.95
- Sarsiado$5.25Fried fish mixed with an egg and tomato based thick sauce.
- Steamed Tilapia$5.25
- Tortang Alimasag$4.25Crab Egg Omelette.
- Boneless Daing na Bangus$11.95Boneless smoked milkfish.
- Crispy Smelts$32More commonly known as "dilis." Battered and deep fried smelt fish.
- Breaded Fish$50
- Plain White Rice$15Plain white rice, can't go without it
- Garlic Fried Rice$20
- Chicken Fried Rice$24
- Shrimp Fried Rice$26
- Arroz Caldo (Party Bowl)$30Rice porridge and chicken cooked with ginger and garlic.
- Goto (Party Bowl)$30
Traditional Filipino vegetable dishes.
- Bean Sprouts with Tofu$39Tofu and bean sprouts sauteed together in a dish.
- Mixed Vegetable in Mushroom Sauce$42Vegetables cooked in creamy mushroom sauce.
- Munggo with Pork Rinds$39Mung Beans stewed with tomatoes and pork rinds.
- Pinakbet$42Mixed vegetables steamed in shrimp paste and fish sauce.
- Chopsuey$44Meat mixed with an assortment of vegetables stir fried in an oyster sauce and cornstarch based sauce.
- Tortang talong$4.50Eggplant egg omelette.
- Ampalaya con Carne$47Bitter gourd with Beef
- Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa$47Creamy coconut milk vegetable stew made with calabasa, long beans with either pork or shrimp
- Laing$47Dried taro leaves cooked in coconut milk, ginger and chili peppers.
- Ginataang Langka$47Meat with unripe jackfruit cooked in a coconut and chili pepper sauce.
- Ginisang Sayote sa Hipon$44Sauteed shrimp and upo.
- Baguio Beans with Hipon$45Shrimp with green beans.
- Ginisang Sitaw with Shrimp$47Sauteed string beans with shrimp
- Lumpiang Hubad$47
Traditional Filipino noodle dishes.
- Pancit bihon$28Traditional Filipino style chow mein noodle.
- Miki-Bihon$32Egg noodles mixed with vegetables and meat.
- Sotanghon-Canton$30Stir-fried glass noodles mixed with vegetables and meat.
- Pancit Malabon$32Stir fried noodles with a yellow-orange sauce based in fish sauce and crab fat.
- Canton$30Lo mein noodles mixed with vegetables and meat.
- Lomi (Party Bowl)$30Round miki noodles soup.
- Spaghetti$37Traditional Filipino spaghetti cooked in banana ketchup and Filipino hotdog.
Traditional Filipino eggroll dishes.
- Lumpiang Shanghai$19$19/50 pieces $29/75 pieces $36/100 pieces $54/150 pieces
- Vegetable Lumpia$9$9/dozen
Filipino dessert dishes.
- Maja Blanca$24Sweet gelatin mixed with sweet corn
- Leche Flan$8.50$8.50/llanera Filipino egg custard dessert.
- Ginataan (Party Bowl)$29Glass - $3.95 Filipino dessert that has tapioca pearls, plantains, rice balls, purple and sweet yam cooked in sweetened coconut milk.
- Turon$0.75$9/dozen Sweet plantains drenched in brown sugar and wrapped in wonton wrappers then lightly deep fried.
- Halo-Halo$4.95$3.95/glass Filipino version of shaved ice mixed with evaporated milk and assorted fruits, beans, gelatin and rice balls.