DEVILLED EGG PAKSIW
Mang Tomas, chicharron
Pig's face, chicken gizzard, fried egg, rice
Sour mango, carrots, arugula, corn nuts, bagoong
Tocino tofu, cabbage, pineapple glaze
Tamarind mignonette and fresh calamansi
Charred eggplant, adobong caponata, maalat, creme fraiche
Fried, grilled, puree, pickled, and raw cauliflower, coconut
Longanisa XO sauce, crispy dilis
Ginger, watercress, ampalaya, red curry
Pan seared milkfish, nori arroz caldo, swiss chard, tobiko
Pork belly, atchara, Mang Tomas, sawsawan
Seared chicken thigh, soy vinegar jus, black garlic
Beef shortrib, braised leek, grilled scallion, crispy onion
Pork cheek, chillies, coconut, bagoong
UBE LECHE FLAN
Purple yam custard, tapioca, pinipig, brown butter polvorone, and coconut meringues
ENSAYMADA BREAD PUDDING
Buttery brioche, dulce de leche,walnuts, ginger poached pear
Beer and calamansi juice
Bourbon, ginger, pineapple syrup, and lemon
Tequila, sweet vermouth, Aperol
Mango juice, Malibu, Baileys
Sipsmith gin, campari, Steigl radler
Brandy, Grand Marnier, Soho, Amaretto, and calamansi
Hendricks, vodka, calamansi, and triple sec
Now every Sunday, come in and celebrate the tradition of Kamayan or "eat with your hands". No plates, no cutlery - just a beautiful array of food plated live on banana leaves. Our Hand to Mouth dinners offer a unique Filipino experience that promises to engage your senses and leave you licking your fingers. Vegetarian options available. For reservations please email email@example.com $40/person. Click on NEWS to watch a video of this experience. No other offers/coupons apply to this dinner.
UBE CORN BREAD
SISIG LETTUCE WRAPS
FRIED CHICKEN ADOBO WINGS
FRIED BONELESS BANGUS
KARE KARE OXTAIL
CLAMS AND MUSSELS IN COCONUT MILK
SOY GARLIC PUREE
HOUSEMADE HOT SAUCE
Every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm our a la carte menu features classic breakfast items – all with a Filipino twist. We hope to see you this weekend!
PINOY BANH MI
Pork belly tocino, pickled papaya, cilantro, spicy aoili on baguette served with a tomato and arugula salad
Choose either fried boneless bangus, pork belly tocino, or pork longanisa served with cassava hash, two fried eggs, tomato and arugula salad and rice
Adobo pickled beech mushrooms, shitake and king oyster mushrooms, mung bean thread, miso, and a poached egg in a rich mushroom broth
HALO HALO SISIG & RICE
Pig's head and chicken gizzard topped with a fried egg, pico de gallo and fresh calamansi served with rice
Longanisa cured salmon with poached eggs, spiciy suka hollandaise, calamansi creme fraiche on housemade ensaymada served with a tomato and arugula salad
ENSAYMADA FRENCH TOAST
Housemade brioche with ube cheese mousse, salabat poached pears, dolce de leche and candied nuts
Braised oxtail, red peppers, olives, and chick peas in a spiced tomato sauce with a baked egg served with rice, creme fraiche and a tomato and arugula salad
Muskoka craft lager and calamansi juice
Ontario sparkling wine and mango juice
Clamato juice and vodka
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Lamesa’s mandate has always been to introduce Filipino flavours to the North American palette. They’ve certainly succeeded in converting Torontonians to their Sunday “kamayan” dinner, which literally translates to “eat with your hands.” Their brunch is just as novel: fried garlic rice instead of potatoes and soy-garlic-vinegar marinated chicken coupled with a poached egg. Don’t forget to order a calamansi (a citrus fruit grown in the Philippines) for your morning refreshment.View this Smart List
This restaurant may be kid-friendly during the day, but when the sun goes down, romance heats up quickly. Thin cylindrical fixtures from the ceiling provide just the right amount of mood lighting, and the eclectic art on the walls is sure to inspire good conversation. Start by sharing a plate of tomato and maalat salad, split the lechon kawali – deep-fried pork belly – and finish with a ginataan sundae. Reservations are recommended.View this Smart List
Summerlicious returns to Toronto July 8, running its smorgasbord of food-loving fun until July 24. If there's a restaurant you've had your eye on, this is the opportunity to give it a try. Restaurants tout three-course dinner in various price brackets for the two weeks of the festival. Here are the $28 spots! [Feature image: Ruth’s Chris Steak House; courtesy of the City of Toronto]View this Smart List
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