Filipino Dishes Transformed Into Delectable Snacks.

Our Filipino take on the classic empanada. Oh yes, this scrumptious snack is inspired with all the familiar Filipino dishes. We have thought of which among the well-known dishes are worth showcasing in the form of a snack?

Well, here they are in all it’s snacking glory.

Pork Sisig


(Hot & Spicy Flame-Grilled Pork)

Spice up your snacking with our signature Pork Sisig empanada. Flame-grilled juicy chunks of pork (lean & fatty meat, snout, ears, and jowls) mixed with chili, red onions, garlic and tons of aromatics. And then finished with a squeeze of lemon.

Are you tough enough to try this?

Classic Chicken

(Grilled Lemongrass Chicken with Mixed Vegetables)

The classic empanada variant that you are very familiar with. Perfectly seasoned grilled chicken with carrots, peas, corn, sweet raisins and deep fried to flaky goodness.

The savoury flavour that you are most familiar with. No doubt why this is called the “classic”.

Spicy Chicken

(Hot & Spicy Version of our Classic Chicken)

Hot and spicy empanada variant that is so good, it’s going to make you cry (tears of joy). Perfectly seasoned grilled chicken with carrots, peas, corn, sweet raisins and deep fried to flaky goodness.

It’s OK to ask for more napkins to wipe off you tears (of joy). Or better yet, have some Halo-halo.

Pork Adobo


(Slow-cooked Pork in Soy Sauce & Vinegar)

The quintessential Filipino dish transformed into empanada. Saute’ed juicy and tender pork slices and slowly braised in bay leaves, peppercorns, spices, aromatics, soy sauce and vinegar.

It feels like sitting down to eat with a Filipino family with karaoke playing in the background.

Beef Caldereta


(Braised Beef in Tomato Sauce and Spices)

The distinct savoury flavour of tender beef cuts braised and slowly simmered in tomato sauce, potatoes, carrots, black olives, chick peas and everything comes together with lots of aromatics.

A true comfort food that’s perfect to sooth your soul… and your rumbling stomach.

Ube Halaya

(OO-bay) (HA-luh-ya)

(Purple Yam with Condensed Milk)

Our own version of Purple Yam empanada. This sweet labour of love comes from Purple Yam slow-cooked in low fire and generously mixed with condensed milk and evaporated milk.

There is always room for dessert. C’mon, you want this.

Please let our team members know if you have any food allergies so we can properly inform you of the ingredients we use in our food.

Our ingredients may contain or come into contact with common allergens, such as dairy, eggs, wheat, soybeans, nuts, peanuts, fish and shellfish. We do take necessary steps to minimize exposure and risk but please be advised that cross contamination may occur, as factors beyond our reasonable control may alter the formulations of the food we serve. Thank you very much for understanding.