Titas of Manila Filipino Kitchen
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Titas of Manila Filipino Kitchen

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Location and hours

2532 S Azusa Ave, West Covina, CA 91792
Sunday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:00 AM - 05:30 PMSunday
Monday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMonday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMFriday
Tuesday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMTuesday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMFriday
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMFriday
Thursday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMThursday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMFriday
Friday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMFriday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMFriday
Saturday
10:30 AM - 05:30 PMMenu
10:00 AM - 05:30 PMSaturday

2532 S Azusa Ave, West Covina, CA 91792 • More info


  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Desserts

    • Banana Cue

      Deep fried banana coated with caramelized brown sugar.
      Sold out
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      $2.75
    • Kamote Cue

      Deep fried sweet potato coated with caramelized brown sugar.
      Sold out
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      $2.25
    • Turon (Fried Banana Rolls)

      Plantain, jackfruit, and brown sugar rolled together in a spring roll wrapper.
      $1.25
    • Karioka (Sweet Coconut Rice Balls)

      Our version of this popular street food is made of glutinous rice flour, milk, carrots, brown sugar, grated coconut, and deep fried in vegetable oil.
      Sold out
       • 
      $2.50
    • Halo Halo Special

      Shaved ice infused with red mung bean, garbansos or sweet chicken peas, white beans, plantain, kaong or palm fruit, coconut strings, condensed milk topped with leche flan, sweet purple yam, and cherry.
      Sold out
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      $4.50
    • Halo Halo Supreme

      Our famous dessert of a dozen ingredients. Shaved ice with red mung bean, garbansos or sweet chicken peas, white beans, plantain, kaong or palm fruit, coconut strings, condensed milk topped with red, green and orange jello, leche flan, sweet purple yam, choice of a scoop of ube or purple yam or green tea ice cream, sprinkled with rice crispies, and crowned with cherry on top.
      $4.99
    • Mais Con Hielo

      Sweet and refreshing, this snack is made of whole kernel corns, light syrup, milk, and crushed ice.
      $4.50
    • Ube Crinkles (Six Pieces)

      Classic cookies with a tropical twist. Soft, moist, and chewy cookies made of purple yam jam and rolled in powdered sugar.
      $4.99
    • Chocolate Crinkles (Six Pieces)

      Soft, moist, and chewy cookies made of chocolate, and rolled in powdered sugar. 6 Pieces per package
      Sold out
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      $4.99
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green, olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut-based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Drinks /Juices

    • Buko Juice

      Creamy young coconut juice with coconut strings.
      $2.99
    • Melon (Cantaloupe) Juice

      A concoction of freshly shredded melon, water, sugar, and ice.
      $2.75
    • Sago At Gulaman

      Sago refers to tapioca pearls while gulaman is the Filipino term for gelatin. This unique blend is made from brown sugar syrup, tapioca pearls, and seaweed based gelatin. Deliciously refreshing.
      $2.75
    • Sarsi In Can

      Sold out
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      $1.95
    • Royal Tru Orange In Can

      Sold out
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      $1.95
    • Buko Pandan

      This refreshing drink is made of nata de coco coconut gel in syrup, shredded young coconut, and sweetened cream infused with pandan or screwpine flavor. Refreshingly. delicious.
      $3.99
    • Buko

      Sold out
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      $2.99
  • Soup

    • Sinigang na Bangus

      Milkfish stewed in a flavorful, slightly sour tamarind broth with mixed vegetables.
      $5.00
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated, and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Pork

    • Lechon Kawali

      Deep fried crispy pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Sisig

      Crunchy minced pork ears, and pork belly cooked in special seasoning.
      $5.00
    • Inihaw Na Pork Liempo

      Grilled pork belly.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Pork Adobo

      Pork stew cooked with vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.00
    • Menudo

      Stew of pork, liver, potatoes, carrots, bell peppers, garbanzo beans, and raisins in a rich tomato gravy.
      $5.00
    • Pork BBQ Skewers

      Pork slices marinated, grilled, and basted with our seasoning, and sauce.
      $5.00
    • Lechon Paksiw

      Sweet and tangy pork stew made with chopped lechon, vinegar, and liver sauce.
      $5.00
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
    • Dinakdakan

      Broiled pork ears, and cheeks served in mayonnaise dressing with onions, ginger, and chillies.
      $5.50
    • Tortang Talong

      Eggplant omelet.
      $3.99
  • Chicken

    • Chicken Curry

      Chicken with mixed veggies cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.50
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Goat

    • Kalderetang Kambing

      Goat meat stewed in tomato sauce.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
  • Seafood

    • Pritong Bangus

      Deep fried marinated milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Inihaw na Tilapia

      Grilled Tilapia.
      $5.00
    • Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet

      $5.00
  • Vegetables

    • Pakbet

      Vegetable stew with pork cubes and shrimp paste.
      $5.00
    • Ginataang Langka

      Jackfruit cooked in coconut milk and chilies.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Sayote

      Sauteed Chayote.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Monggo

      Sauteed Green Mung beans.
      $5.00
  • Noodles

    • Pancit Bihon

      Stir fried rice sticks mixed with pork, shrimp, and vegetables.
      $5.00
  • Dessert

    • Minatamis Na Saging

      Banana plantain in sweet syrup.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Soup

    • Chicken Tinola

      Chicken ginger stew soup with wedges of papaya, and chili pepper leaves.
      $5.50
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Pork

    • Lechon Kawali

      Deep fried crispy pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Sisig

      Crunchy minced pork ears, and pork belly cooked in special seasoning.
      $5.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.00
    • Inihaw Na Pork Liempo

      Grilled pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Giniling Na Baboy

      Ground pork, potatoes, carrots, bell peppers, raisins, and fresh tomatoes.
      $5.00
    • Bopis

      Minced pork stomach, beef heart with chillies and onions cooked in vinegar
      $5.50
    • Pork BBQ Skewers

      Pork slices marinated, grilled, and basted with our seasoning, and sauce.
      $5.00
    • Paksiw na Pata

      Stew le with pork shanks simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, and banana blossoms.
      $5.00
    • Tokwat Baboy

      Appetizer made from deep-fried pork belly, fried tofu and a dipping mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, shallots, and chili peppers. Best paired with chicken arroz caldo.
      $5.00
    • Pork Estofado

      Stewed pork dish served with fried plantains.
      $5.00
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Chicken

    • Chicken Afritada

      Chicken pieces cooked in tomato sauce along with carrots, potatoes, bell peppers, and green peas.
      $5.50
    • Chicken Adobo

      Chicken stew cooked in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
    • Chicken Arroz Caldo

      Chicken rice porridge
      $3.50
    • Chicken Teriyaki

      Tender juicy meat and a flavorful Teriyaki sauce to match
      $5.50
  • Goat

    • Adobong Kambing

      Goat stew cooked in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Seafood

    • Pritong Bangus

      Deep fried marinated milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Sarsiadong Tilapia

      Pan fried tilapia simmered in stewed tomato sauce.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Bangus Steak

      Milkfish steak, fried fish cooked with soy sauce, lemon, and onion rings. Sold in half, price per piece.
      $5.99
  • Vegetables

    • Tortang Talong

      Eggplant omelet.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Pakbet

      Vegetable stew with pork cubes, and shrimp paste.
      $5.00
    • Ginataang Puso Ng Saging

      Banana blossoms cooked in coconut milk, and pieces of shrimps.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Monggo

      Sauteed green mung beans.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Sayote

      Sauteed chayote.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Ampalaya

      Stir fried bittermelon, shrimp, tomatoes, and eggs.
      $5.00
  • Noodles

    • Pancit Miki Bihon

      Combination of Miki or Shanghai thick egg noodles, and bihon thin rice noodles, stir fried with mixed veggies, pork, and shrimp.
      $5.00
  • Dessert

    • Ginataang Bilo Bilo

      Sticky rice balls, sweet potato, cassava root, tapioca, plantain, taro, and nata de coco cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green, olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut-based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Soup

    • Nilagang Baka

      Soup made with beef shanks, potatoes, green beans, and cabbage.
      $5.00
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of Beef Steak. Its classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated, and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut sauce.
      $5.00
    • Papaitan

      Stew made of beef innards, a regional dish that originated in Ilocos region.
      $5.00
  • Pork

    • Igado

      A dish made with liver, pork tenderloin, green peas, and bell peppers in soy sauce, and vinegar. This is a regional dish that originated in the Ilocos region.
      $5.00
    • Bicol Express

      Pork cubes, shrimps, and amp squid cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.50
    • Lechon Kawali

      Deep fried crispy pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Sisig

      Crunchy minced pork ears, and pork belly cooked in special seasoning.
      $5.00
    • Inihaw na Pork Liempo

      Grilled pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Menudo

      A stew of pork meat and liver cubes with potatoes, carrots, and tomato sauce.
      $5.00
    • Paksiw Na Pata

      Stew made with pork shanks simmered in vinegar, soy sauce and banana blossoms.
      $5.00
    • Pork BBQ Skewers

      Pork slices marinated, grilled, and basted with our seasoning, and sauce.
      $5.00
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
    • Tortang Talong

      Eggplant omelet.
      $3.99
  • Chicken

    • Chicken Afritada

      Chicken pieces cooked in tomato sauce along with carrots, potatoes, bell peppers, and green peas.
      $5.50
    • Chicken Adobo

      Chicken stew cooked in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Goat

    • Kalderetang Kambing

      Goat meat stewed in tomato sauce.
      $5.00
  • Seafood

    • Pinangat Na Pampano

      Pompano fish simmered in onions, garlic, and tamarind base.
      $5.00
    • Pritong Bangus

      Deep fried marinated milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Fried Galunggong

      Deep fried round scad.
      $5.00
    • Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet

      $5.00
  • Vegetables

    • Pakbet

      Vegetable stew with pork cubes, and shrimp paste.
      $5.00
    • Ginataang Puso Ng Saging

      Banana blossoms cooked in coconut milk, and pieces of shrimps.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Monggo

      Sauteed green mung beans.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Sayote

      Sauteed chayote.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Ampalaya

      Stir fried bittermelon, shrimp, tomatoes, and eggs.
      $5.00
  • Noodles

    • Pancit Bihon

      Stir fried rice sticks mixed with pork, shrimp, and vegetables.
      $5.00
  • Dessert

    • Ginataang Bilo Bilo

      Sticky rice balls, sweet potato, cassava root, tapioca, plantain, taro, and nata de coco cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
    • Karioka (Sweet Coconut Rice Balls)

      Our version of this popular street food is made of glutinous rice flour, milk, carrots, brown sugar, grated coconut, and deep fried in vegetable oil.
      $5.00
    • Bibingka

      Glutinous Rice Cake sold 3 pieces per package
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.99
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green, olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut-based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Soup

    • Sinigang Na Hipon

      Shrimp and mixed vegetables in a tamarind broth soup.
      $5.00
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Pork

    • Lechon Kawali

      Deep fried crispy pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Sisig

      Crunchy minced pork ears, and pork belly cooked in special seasoning.
      $5.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.00
    • Giniling Na Baboy

      Ground pork, potatoes, carrots, bell peppers, raisins, and fresh tomatoes.
      $5.00
    • Pork BBQ Skewers

      Pork slices marinated, grilled and basted with our seasoning, and sauce.
      $5.00
    • Spicy Ribs

      $5.00
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Chicken

    • Chicken Curry

      Chicken with mixed veggies curry flavors cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.50
  • Goat

    • Adobong Kambing

      Goat stew cooked in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Seafood

    • Paksiw Na Bangus

      Milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Adobong Pusit

      Squid braised in vinegar, soy sauce and squid ink
      $5.50
    • Pritong Bangus

      Deep fried marinated milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Adobong Pusit

      Squid braised in vinegar, soy sauce and squid ink
      $5.50
  • Vegetables

    • Laing

      Dried taro leaves cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
    • Pakbet

      Vegetable stew with pork cubes, and shrimp paste.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Monggo

      Sauteed green mung beans.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Sayote

      Sauteed chayote.
      $5.00
  • Noodles

    • Pancit Bihon

      Stir fried rice sticks mixed with pork, shrimp, and vegetables.
      $5.00
  • Dessert

    • Ginataang Bilo Bilo

      Sticky rice balls, sweet potato, cassava root, tapioca, plantain, taro, and nata de coco cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
    • Karioka (Sweet Coconut Rice Balls)

      Our version of this popular street food is made of glutinous rice flour, milk, carrots, brown sugar, grated coconut, and deep fried in vegetable oil.
      $5.00
  • Merienda (Snacks)

    • Lumpiang Shanghai (Pork Egg Rolls)

      Twelve pieces. Ground pork, minced onions, carrots, and special seasoning.
      $5.40
    • Pancit Palabok

      Thin rice noodles smothered with thick golden shrimp sauce, topped with egg, pork belly cubes, and ground pork rinds.
      $5.00
    • Pancit Malabon

      Thick rice noodles smothered with thick golden shrimp sauce, topped with egg, pork belly cubes, and ground pork rinds.
      $5.00
    • Spaghetti

      The Filipino styles spaghetti is on the sweet side and contains hot dogs Filipino sausage along with ground beef, topped with parmesan cheese.
      $5.00
    • Chicken Mami

      Noodle soup made with flat noodles, shredded chicken meat, chicken broth, topped with eggs, napa cabbage, green onions, and garlic bits.
      $5.50
    • Beef Mami

      Noodle soup made with flat noodles, beef slices, broth, topped with napa cabbage, green onions, and garlic bits.
      $5.99
    • Chicken Lomi

      Creamy noodle soup made with thick noodles, chicken, shrimp, fish balls, egg, and vegetables.
      $6.99
    • Pork Asado Siopao (5 oz)

      Steamed bun with sweet pork filling.
      Sold out
       • 
      $2.25
    • Pork Siomai (Four Pieces)

      Steamed pork dumplings.
      Sold out
       • 
      $3.99
    • Ensaymada By Ensaymada Project

      Filipino version of the French brioche. Available flavors include queso de bola, classic cheese, oreo, cookie butter, red velvet, and ube (purple yam).
      $3.50
    • Adobong Mani (10.8 oz)

      Garlic peanuts; skin on and skin less.
      $3.99
    • Lumpiang Sariwa (Fresh Spring Rolls Three Pieces)

      This dish is composed of jicama, carrots, blue lake beans, cabbage, bean sprouts, garbanzos, pork, shrimp rolled in an egg wrapper and garnished with sweet sauce, and crushed peanuts.
      $4.50
    • Bibingka

      Glutinous Rice Cake sold 3 pieces per package
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.99
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green, olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut-based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green, olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut-based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Pork

    • Tocino

      Sweet cured pork.
      $5.00
    • Longganisa

      Filipino sausage.
      $5.00
    • Lechon Kawali

      Deep fried crispy pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Sisig

      Crunchy minced pork ears, and pork belly cooked in special seasoning.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Pork Adobo

      Pork braised in vinegar and soy sauce
      $5.50
    • Menudo

      A stew of pork meat, and liver cubes with potatoes, carrots, and tomato sauce.
      $5.00
    • Pork Hamonado

      Pork braised in pineapple juice, and soy sauce.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Inihaw Na Pork Liempo

      Grilled pork belly.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Pork BBQ Skewers

      Pork slices marinated, grilled, and basted with our seasoning and sauce.
      $5.00
    • Egg Rolls 50 Pieces

      Lumpiang Shanghai made of ground pork and carrots
      $25.00
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Chicken and Pork braised in vinegar and soy sauce
      $5.50
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Chicken

    • Chicken Afritada

      Chicken pieces cooked in tomato sauce along with carrots, potatoes, bell peppers, and green peas.
      $5.50
    • Chicken Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices
      $5.50
    • Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken and pork and our blend of herbs, and spices
      $5.00
    • Chicken Teriyaki

      Tender juicy meat and a flavorful teriyaki sauce to match.
      $5.50
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Chicken and Pork braised in vinegar and soy sauce
      $5.50
  • Goat

    • Kaldereta Kambing

      Goat meat stewed in tomato sauce.
      $5.00
  • Seafood

    • Pritong Bangus

      Deep fried marinated milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Pritong Galunggong

      Deep fried round scad.
      $5.00
    • Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet

      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Crispy Fried Jeprox

      Dried fish dish.
      $5.50
    • Ginisang Sayote

      Sauteed chayote.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Green beans at Kalabasa

      Stir fried green beans and squash.
      $5.00
    • Bicol Express

      Pork cubes, shrimp and squid in coconut milk
      $5.50
  • Vegetables

    • Pakbet

      Vegetable stew with pork cubes, and shrimp paste.
      Sold out
       • 
      $5.00
    • Ginataang Langka

      Jackfruit cooked in coconut milk, and chilies.
      $5.00
  • Noodles

    • Pancit Miki Bihon

      Combination of Miki or Shanghai thick egg noodles, and bihon thin rice noodles, stir fried with mixed veggies, pork, and shrimp.
      $5.00
    • Pancit Bihon

      Stir fried rice sticks mixed with pork, shrimp, and vegetables.
      $5.00
    • Fried Eggs

      $5.00
  • Soup

    • Sinampalukang Manok

      Chicken stewed in Tamarind broth.
      $5.00
  • Dessert

    • Ginataang Bilo Bilo

      Sticky rice balls, sweet potato, cassava root, tapioca, plantain, taro, and nata de coco cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
    • Karioka (Sweet Coconut Rice Balls)

      Our version of this popular street food is made of glutinous rice flour, milk, carrots, brown sugar, grated coconut, and deep fried in vegetable oil.
      Sold out
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      $5.00
  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Breakfast All Day

    • Beef Tapa

      Filipino style beef jerky.
      $5.50
    • Crispy Fried Jeprox

      Dried fish dish.
      $5.50
  • Beef

    • Beef Tapa

      Filipino style beef jerky.
      $5.50
    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino-style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of Beef Steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated, and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut based sauce.
      $5.00
    • Papaitan

      Stew made of beef innards, a regional dish that originated in Ilocos region.
      $5.00
  • Pork

    • Tocino

      Sweet cured pork.
      $5.00
    • Longganisa

      Filipino sausage.
      $5.00
    • Lechon Kawali

      Deep fried crispy pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Sisig

      Crunchy minced pork ears, and pork belly cooked in special seasoning.
      $5.00
    • Inihaw Na Pork Liempo

      Grilled pork belly.
      $5.00
    • Menudo

      A stew of pork meat, and liver cubes with potatoes, carrots, and tomato sauce.
      $5.00
    • Paksiw Na Pata

      Stew made with pork shanks simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, and banana blossoms.
      $5.00
    • Pork Binagoongan

      Sauteed pork dish flavored with shrimp paste.
      $5.00
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken, and pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
    • Dinakdakan

      Broiled pork ears, and cheeks served in mayonnaise dressing with onions, ginger, and chilies. A regional dish from ilocos region.
      $5.50
  • Chicken

    • Chicken Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with chicken, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, chicken and pork and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
    • Pork Adobo

      Our national dish, the Filipino adobo is a type of stew cooked with pork, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce pork, and our blend of herbs, and spices
      $5.00
    • Chicken Teriyaki

      Tender juicy meat, and a flavorful teriyaki sauce to match.
      $5.50
  • Goat

    • Adobong Kambing

      Goat stew cooked in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, and our blend of herbs, and spices.
      $5.50
  • Seafood

    • Pritong Bangus

      Deep fried marinated milkfish.
      $5.00
    • Pritong Galunggong

      Deep fried round scad.
      $5.00
    • Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet

      $5.00
  • Vegetables

    • Pakbet

      Vegetable stew with pork cubes, and shrimp paste.
      $5.00
    • Laing

      Dried taro leaves cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Sayote

      Sauteed chayote.
      $5.00
    • Ginisang Green beans at Kalabasa

      Stir fried green beans, and squash.
      $5.00
    • Chopsuey

      Stir-fried Veggie Dish
      $5.50
  • Noodles

    • Pancit Bihon

      Stir fried rice sticks mixed with pork, shrimp, and vegetables.
      $5.00
    • Fried Eggs

      $5.00
  • Soup

    • Sinigang Na Baka

      Beef mixed with vegetables in the tamarind flavored soup.
      $5.00
  • Dessert

    • Ginataang Bilo Bilo

      Sticky Rice balls, sweet potato, cassava root, tapioca, plantain, taro, and nata de coco cooked in coconut milk.
      $5.00
    • Karioka (Sweet Coconut Rice Balls)

      Our version of this popular street food is made of glutinous rice flour, milk, carrots, brown sugar, grated coconut, and deep fried in vegetable oil.
      $2.50
  • Beef

    • Beef Kaldereta

      Filipino style beef stew cooked with potatoes, carrots, peas, green, olives, green, and red pepper.
      $5.50
    • Bistek Tagalog

      Filipino version of beef steak. Its a classic dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice, soy sauce, onions, and garlic.
      $5.50
    • Kare Kare

      A stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables, cooked in a thick, peanut-based sauce.
      $5.00
  • Main Dishes

    • Extra Rice Two Scoops

      $1.00
    • Dinuguan

      Pork blood stew. Meat simmered in a rich, dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
      $5.50
  • Breakfast All Day

    • Beef Tapa

      Filipino style beef jerky.
      $5.50
    • Crispy Fried Jeprox

      Dried fish dish.
      $5.50