While in Spain, Merienda means a "light meal" – in the Philippines, it is used as a catch-all term for any snack enjoyed between meals.
LUMPIA – $12
Five crispy, fried Filipino style eggrolls, beef filling, soy sauce, veggies
VEGGIE LUMPIA – $12
Five all-veggie, vegan Filipino style eggrolls
SIOPAO (SHOW-pao) – $10
Two steamed rice-flour buns, meat filling
LECHON KAWALI – $12
Crispy, deep-fried pork belly, dipping sauce
Ulam has many different meanings and uses, but essentially, Ulam is the items in a meal that are eaten together with rice, noodles or the entrée.
PANCIT (STIR FRIED NOODLES) – $12
Traditional noodle dish with veggies. Add Protein: Chicken Adobo, Pork BBQ Skewers, Lechon Kawali or Shrimp
CHICKEN ADOBO – $12
Chicken marinated in soy sauce and spices, pan-fried and stewed until tender. Served over rice or noodles.
FILIPINO PORK BBQ SKEWERS – $12
Thinly sliced marinated pork on 2 bamboo skewers. Served with rice or stir fried noodles
ADD FRIED EGG – $1
ADD LUMPIA – $2
Available On Weekends Only
Filipino breakfast "Silog" is a combination of two words — sinangag, meaning garlic fried rice, and itlog, meaning egg.
Add Lumpia to any Silog meal for $2 each
LONGSILOG – $12
Longanisa sausage, garlic rice, fried egg, fruit
TOCILOG – $12
Tocino (cured pork), garlic rice, fried egg, fruit
SPAMSILOG – $12
SPAM®, garlic fried rice, fried egg, fruit