KAMAYAN DINNER: EATING WITH YOUR HANDS
Menu $85 per person with one complimentary drink
The word “kamayan” derives from the word “kamay,” meaning “hand.” It is a celebration with the whole family — or even the whole village — getting together to share a meal using their hands. It is a communal meal where a spread of rice and different “ulam” are presented on banana leaves. The different main dishes showcase the freshest of the region where the meal is prepared.
PINOY HERITAGE believes there’s no better way to build community than to eat together, with no reservations!
- Chika chika happy hour – Enjoy a choice between a special house cocktail or virgin cocktail by our special guest bartender. Go “chika-chika” (chat) with the folks around and meet new people.
- Laing profiterole – A pâte à choux filled with Laing passed around during cocktail hour
- Salmon Kinilaw
- Sinigang broth
- Four hour smoked chicken
- Lechon pork belly
- PEI mussels
- Petrale sole
- Shrimp skewers
- Farmer’s market specials
- Summer squash
- Roasted brentwood corn
- K & J Grilled peaches with lemongrass oil
- Steamed california rice
- Charred cabbage wedge
- Roasted cauliflower
- Heirloom tomatoes
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