Food Products

Sisig is a Kapampangan dish made from parts of pig head and chicken liver, usually seasoned with calamansi, onions and chili peppers. Sisig was first mentioned in a Kapampangan dictionary in the 17th century meaning “to snack on something sour” and “salad”.

Preparation: Microwave for 5 Minutes.

PRICE: 11.99 CAD

Dinakdakan is an appetizer dish that originated from the Ilocos Region, in the Philippines. This interesting dish is made-up of boiled and grilled pig parts, in which ears, liver, and face or mascara are the most commonly used.

Preparation: Microwave for 5 Minutes.

PRICE: 11.99 CAD

Laing is a Filipino dish of shredded or whole taro leaves with meat or seafood cooked in thick coconut milk spiced with labuyo chili, lemongrass, garlic, shallots, ginger, and shrimp paste. It originates from the Bicol Region, where it is known simply as pinangat.

Preparation: Microwave for 5 Minutes.

PRICE: 11.99 CAD

Longganisa is a form of smoke-cured pork sausage seasoned with garlic and paprika in Portugal and Brazil, as well as other lusophone countries

Preparation: Pan Fry.

PRICE: 11.99 CAD

Bopis is a piquant Filipino dish of pork or beef lungs and heart sautéed in tomatoes, chilies and onions. This spicy Filipino dish has Spanish origins, but the meaning in its original language, and even region of origin, are now lost

Preparation: Microwave for 5 Minutes

PRICE: 12.99 CAD

Embutido is a type of meatloaf prepared Filipino style. Though a well known dish for the holidays, Embutido can be enjoyed everyday without any hassle.

Preparation: Microwave for 5 Minutes

PRICE: 8.99 CAD

Adobong Mani is a Filipino Street Food made out of fried peanuts infused with lots of garlic, can be enjoyed with lots of chillies or without.

PRICE: 5.99 CAD

Lechon Baboy is one of the most popular traditional foods for Filipinos. It is considered to be the star in the table during fiesta, birthdays or any grand event for Filipino families. Lechon Baboy is a pork cuisine that originated in Spain; lechon is a pig that is roasted in a low hot fire over a charcoal

PRICE: 280 CAD

* (2-3 days ordering prior to pick up or deliver, half down payment upon ordering.)
** Add 20 CAD for chopping 

 

Empaysisig was derived from the word Empanada. An Empanada is a type of baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and filling, common in Southern European, Latin American, and Filipino cultures.

Preparation: Pan Fry.

PRICE: 10.99 CAD

Sisigmai was derived from the word Siomai. Siomai is a traditional Chinese dumpling that is a well-liked snack in the Philippines. Often made of ground pork, beef, shrimp, among others.

Preparation: Steam over high heat for 30 to 40 mins

PRICE: 10.99 CAD

Sisig Roll was derived from the word Spring Roll. Spring rolls are a large variety of filled, rolled appetizers or dim sum found in East Asian, South Asian, Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cuisine.

Preparation: Pan Fry.

PRICE: 10.99 CAD

Sisigpao was derived from the word Siopao. Siopao literally meaning “hot bun”, is the Philippine cuisine indigenized version of the Cantonese steamed bun. It is a popular snack sold mostly by bakeries and vendors and in many Chinese restaurants and eateries in the Philippines.

Preparation: Steam over high heat for 30 to 40 mins

PRICE:
Sisigpao w/egg – 6.99 CAD
Sisigpao – 5.99 CAD

rice

 Rice – 2.50 CAD

The following would be served Sisig, Dinakdakan, Laing, Embutido & Bopis warm, ready to eat with rice.