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Baryo Pilipinas

Filipino Restaurant

Food & Culture of the Philippines


Philippine food and culture have distinct mixes of
Eastern and Western influences. With more than 300
years of Spanish rule, there are many Philippine foods
coming from Spanish origin, which soon became
distinct Filipino dishes with the native ingredients.
These include the puchero, caldereta, arroz caldo,
relleno, mechado, adobo and leche flan. Trading with
other Asian countries, like the Chinese and Indians,
introduced lumpia, dumplings, fried rice, pansit,
siopao and curry. The American occupation
introduced steaks and other Western foods.

Philippine Cuisine
Unlike its surrounding Asian countries that liberally
use hot chilies in their dishes, the Philippine cuisine is
often labeled as bland and mild, but is accompanied by
complementing sauces and spices placed by the people
on their own plates. Common condiments found all
over the country include patis (fermented fish sauce),
soy sauce, native vinegar and bagoong (cream-style
shrimp paste).
Filipinos also show distinct preferences for sour and salty flavors like with the popular
soup called sinigang (a lightly boiled sour stock made out of tamarind, guava or calamansi,
and mixed with fish or meat and vegetables).

Filipino Meals
A typical Filipino diet consists of at most six meals a day; breakfast, snacks, lunch,
merienda (afternoon snacks), dinner, and possibly a midnight snack before going to sleep.
The major meals are breakfast, lunch and dinner, and are typically a combination of rice
and viands/entrees.
Traditionally, whether it is a typical family dinner or a big celebration with hundreds or
thousands of guests, meals are often served family-style or in buffets where guests serve
themselves. It is customary to use a spoon and a fork at every meal. Occasionally,
Filipinos may choose to use banana leaves as plates and use their hands instead, especially
when in a tropical beach setting or at a feast.

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Soup:
102. Chicken Mais Corn Soup
(Chicken with mais and egg)

5.50

103. Baryo Pilipinas Soup of The Day

4.50

161. Mami noodles with chicken

5.50

162. Mami noodles with beef

6.50

163. Arroz Caldo


(Rice soup with chicken)

6.50

Thrifty Order: (affordable food in a bowl)


150. Rice with fried chicken

5.50

152. Rice with Letchon Kawali

6.50

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Baryo Pilipinas Sizzling Sensations: (with rice)


104. Beefsteak

12.50

(Sirloin beef thinly slice and marinated with lemon juice sauce with
onion and garlic in the hot oil)
105. Shrimps
(Shrimps, lemon, garlic and butter sauce)

13.50

106. Bangus
(Marinated milkfish in vinegar with garlic)

13.00

Bangus

Sisig

Beafsteak

107. Pork chop


(Pork & mild or hot sauce)

10.50

109. Sisig (terme)


(Marinated, boiled, grilled pig face (ears, cheek and snout)

13.00

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Combo meals:
110. Combo A
22.50
BP soup
BP lechon whole manok or roasted chicken (marinated whole chicken)
Bihon (mihoen or mix vegetables)
White rice or fried rice
111. Combo B
BP soup
Grilled spareribs (pork ribs, oyster & chili sauce)
Bihon (mihoen or mix vegetables)
White rice or fried rice or patat

17.99

112. Combo C
BP soup
BP barbecue / inasal (2 pcs marinated pork and chicken leg)
Bihon (mihoen or mix vegetables)
White rice or garlic rice or patat

14.99

113. Combo D
BP soup
Grilled sea foods (shrimps, squids, fish)
Bihon (mihoen or mix vegetables)
White rice or garlic rice

22.50

159. Combo E
BP soup
3 pcs. Marinated pork BBQ
With vegetable salad
White rice or garlic ric

12.50

160. Combo F
BP soup
Three pcs skrewed BBQ chicken
With mihoen and vegetable salad
White rice or garlic rice

12.50

Note:

Serve with vegetable salad.


114. Extra rice

2.50

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Main dish: (with rice)


101. Sinigang Pork
(Sour Soup recipe with vegetable (Paksoy, string beans and
tomato) are boiled in SOUR broth.)

10.50

155. Sinigang Shrimps


(Sour Soup recipe with vegetable (Paksoy, string beans and
tomato)are boiled in SOUR broth.)

12.50

115. Sweet and sour fish


(Red Sniper mixed with carrots, pineapple juice and tomato paste

12.50

1Kaldereta

Lechon Kawali

Kare Kare

116. Kalderata
(Filipino Beef in tomato stew)Tomato sauce, carrots and potato
with sweet savory sauce.)

12.50

117. Kare kare


(Oxtail or beef(goulash) Complimented with thick savory peanut
sauce with Paksoy, banana blossom, eggplant and string beans.)
Side dish with with shrimp paste for more flavored taste

15.00

118. Lechon kawali (Roasted Pork


(Deep-fried in the hot oil till roasted served with sauce)

12.50

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Main dish: (with rice)


119. Lechon manok
(whole chicken stuffed with lemon grass with egg marinated
with soy sauce and vinegar)

14.50

120. Adobo
(Chicken or pork braised in garlic, vinegar, oil and soy sauce)

12.50

121. Chopsuey
(Chicken or shrimp cooked with different vegetable cauliflower,
broccoli, mushroom and beans)

12.50

122.Chopsuey tofu(vegetarian)
(Tofu or artificial shrimp or chicken cooked with different vegetable
cauliflower, broccoli, mushroom and beans)

10.50

123. Beefsteak with broccoli


(beef and broccoli sauted with oyster sauce)

12.50

Beafsteak Brocolli

Chopsue

Ginataang Shrimp

164. Sweet and sour Pork


Sirloin pork with tiny slice of carrots, cube pineapple with vinegar
mix with brown sugar

12.50

165. Menudo or Afritada


Pork stew combined with liver cubes, chickpeas, potatoes,
tomato sauce and many spices

12.50

166. Ginataang Shrimp (shrimp with cocos)


Shrimp cooked in a coconut milk mix with squash, string beans and hot chili

15.00

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Main dish: (with rice)


167. Bopis
Exotic spicy dish made out of pig lungs and heart. Sauted with onion garlic

12.50

168. Laing
Pork loin taro leaves cooked in a coconut pepper with chilli

12.50

169. Tokwat Baboy


Pork ears, belly and deep tofu with soysauce and vinegar

12.50

124. Binagoongan
Fried Pork belly sautee with salted tiny shrimp, bitter lemon
(ampalaya) and onion

12.50

Pakbet

Bopis

Sinigan Shrimp Soup

125. Pakbet
Shrimp or pork belly (buikspek) with exotic vegetable (Bitter lemon,
squash, string beans, eggplant mix with a bit of salted tiny shrimp

12.50

175. Pakbet vegetarian


Instead of meat tofu or artificial shrimp.

12.50

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Main dish: (with rice)


139. Mehoen / Sotanghon / Cantoen
Philippine mihoen, Glass vermicelli, and Philippine thick noodles mix
with chicken or Pork with vegetables

6.50

6.50

170. Vegetarian mehoen/sotanghoen/thick noodles (cantoen)

171. Mehoen/Sotanghon/cantoen special


With mix seafood (squid, shrimp and fish ball)

12.50

140. Garlic ribs


Sauteed Pork spare ribs marinated with garlic sauce

12.50

Mehoen

Garlic Ribs

Chicken Curry

141. Kinilaw
Raw Tuna fish simmer in the vinegar with radish, onion, ginger,
paprika, tiny slice of mango and lemon

8.50

142. Kinilaw with grilled pork


Raw Tuna fish and grilled pork simmer in the vinegar with radish,
onion, ginger, paprika, tiny slice of mango and lemon

11.50

156. Chicken with pineapple in a sweet sauce


Chicken breast with pineapple juice, carrots and potato

12.50

157. Chicken Curry


Chicken breast with mild curry flavor cooked with coconut milk,
potato and bell pepper

12.50

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Special dish:
202. Bilao (regular) for 2 perons 1
o Crabclaw
o Inasal (BBQ kippenpoten)
o BBQ stick
o Deep fried squid
o Fish
o Musselen
o Lumpia
o Adobo chicken
o Okre or Tomato
o Fruits

45.00

Kamayan

Bilao

200.Kamayan (boddle fight) per person 12


o Crabclaw
o Inasal (BBQ kippenpoten)
o BBQ stick
o Deep fried squid cooked with flour
o Fish
o Musselen
o Lumpia
o Adobo Chicken
o Okre or Tomato
o Fruits
o Rice under

20.00

201.Kamayan the luxe per person 12


Equal as Kamayan with extras
o Crab
o Lobster

27.50

1) Only by reservation
2) Minimum of 4 persons

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant
Tapsilog:

Meat:
126. Tapsilog
(Marinated Beef with fried rice and sunny side up egg)

10.50

127. Longsilog
(Sweetened pork Filipino sausage with rice and sunny side up egg)

7.50

128. Primasilog
(Fried chicken with fried rice and sunny side-up egg)

8.50

129. Tocilog
(Marinated pork meat with fried rice and sunny side-up egg)

7.50

172. Bangsilog
(Marinated Boneless Milk fish Fried rice and sunny side up egg)

8.50

Tapsilog

Tocilog

Longsilog

Snacks:
130. Lumpia Shanghai 3 stuks
Ground Pork vegetable(carrots) spices with mixture of egg beaten

2.50

131. Lumpia Vegetable 3Stuks


tiny chicken filet mongo sprout(taugi) beans mix with onion and egg beaten

3.50

173. Lumpia vegetarian 3 stuks

2.50

138. Palabok
Noodle with shrimp hard-boiled egg, smoke fish flakes, squid with
ground crispy pork skin

7.50

174. Camaron Rebosado


Shrimp coated with flour and egg 4 stuks

5.50

Baryo Pilipinas
Filipino Restaurant

Dessert:
132. Halo Halo with ube halaya and leche flan
- Hodge Podge (Popular Filipino dessert with mixture of shaved ice
and evaporated milk, sweet beans, jello, and fruits)

5.50

133. Leche flan Philippines crme brulee


Crme caramel and caramel custard made up of egg yellow and
milk with a soft caramel on top

3.50

134. Three kinds Ice cream

5.50

135. Apple pie

3.00

136. Apple pie with whipped cream

3.50

137. Cheese cake

3.00

158. Buko Pandan


(Young coconut with screw pine leaves (Pandan),
gelatin, cream and milk)

5.50

Buko Pandan
Halo Halo