Poque Poque

POQUE-POQUE - an Ilocano eggplant dish, a combination of eggplant, tomatoes, onions, green bell pepper and scrambled egg. And the thing is the dish is so simple to make but it tastes so good.

Pork Menudo

PORK MENUDO - is a pork stew combined with vegetable and and many spices. It is also a favorite Filipino dish which can be served on a day-to-day meal or for gatherings or special occasions. This sounds like Spanish food but it’s actually Filipino style.

Pork Caldereta

PORK CALDERETA - is a tomato-based meat stew with potatoes, carrots, bell pepper and usually uses coconut milk to thicken the sauce. It’s a popular dish in the Philippines, especially during big occasions like weddings, fiesta or even birthdays.

Chicken Liver & Gizzard Adobo

CHICKEN LIVER AND GIZZARD ADOBO - the combined flavors of liver, gizzard and heart (that usually goes with the liver) and the combination of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and pepper is delicious and actually preserves it.

Nilagang Baboy

NILAGANG BABOY- is a traditional dish in the Philippines that you will ever encounter it’s so simple it’s just meat boiled water with vegetables of your choice.


CHOPSUEY - is a dish made-up of meat cooked with different kinds of vegetables bound in a starch-thickened sauce. This dish is considered to be of Chinese origin.

Leche Plan ( Caramel Custard )

LECHE FLAN - also known as caramel custard is a favorite and popular dessert in the Philippines. It is a dessert made-up of egg yolks and milk with a caramel syrup on top.This dessert is known throughout the world (especially in Europe) and has been in the dessert menu of most restaurants because of its convenience and easy in preparation and long shelf life.

Pork Humba

PORK HUMBA is popular in the southern parts of the Philippines. This dish is sweet pork that resembles almost the pork adobo in terms of appearance. Pork belly, pork hocks, and pork ham that cut into adobo size are the 3 most common pig parts used to make this dish.

Chicken Curry

CHICKEN CURRY- is a variation of the “Ginataang Manok” (chicken cooked in coconut milk). Additional vegetables like potato, carrots and green bell pepper were added and the taste was spiced-up to increase flavor. This dish is a combination of curry powder and coconut creme to give this dish a rich, creamy, and very spicy flavor that you would expect from this awesome curry dish.