Pork Sisig

Sisig is a Filipino dish made from parts of a pig’s face and belly, and chicken liver which is usually seasoned with calamansi, onions, and chili peppers. It originates from the region of Pampanga in Luzon. Sisig is a staple of Kapampangan cuisine.

Price: 13.99 CAD

Dinakdakan

Dinakdakan is an Ilocano delicacy made with grilled pork parts such as the face, ears, liver and tongue. The charred meats are chopped into small pieces and tossed in a tangy calamansi or vinegar dressing with minced ginger, red onions and chili peppers. Mashed pig brain is then stirred in to add creaminess.

Price: 13.99 CAD

Bopis

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.

Price: 13.99 CAD

Laing

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.

Price: 12.99 CAD

Embutido

An embutido, enchido or embotits is a generic term for sausages found in Spain, Portugal, the Philippines, and Central and South America. It generally contains hashed meat, generally pork, seasoned with aromatic herbs or spices that is served wrapped in the skin of the pig’s intestines.

Price: 12.99 CAD

Mani (Peanuts)

Adobong Mani is a Filipino deep-fried peanuts seasoned with salt and infused with lots of garlic chips. Another Filipino favorite snack.

Price: 6.99 CAD

Pork Belly

Price:
180 CAD / Per Order
*Min of 10 lbs

Lechon

Price:
310 CAD
*Addt’l 20 If Cut
** Full payment upon order
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