Bring a Big Appetite to Kamayan Fiesta, Filipino Asian American Cuisine

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year, the owners of Kamayan Fiesta, Filipino Asian American Cuisine could’ve scrapped their idea for a new restaurant. Instead, they quickly changed their approach. They debuted as a takeout-only eatery serving up authentic Filipino fare, and gained enough traction (and five-star reviews) to make it through a difficult first few months. Now they welcome guests to dine in or takeout with appropriate precautions in place, so you can enjoy the food however you see fit!
The kitchen sources its ingredients from local farmers’ markets and purveyors as much as possible, but the recipes come from across the globe. That much will be evident when you dig into an entree such as the chicken adobo. It’s a popular Filipino dish featuring chicken marinated in a mix of soy sauce and vinegar with garlic and bay leaves. Craving something salty and sweet? Try the chicken asado braised with a mix of soy sauce and brown sugar. If you prefer pork, the pork binagoongan showcases the tantalizing flavors of garlic, tomato, and coconut milk with a dash of shrimp paste. If you’re a fan of heat, order the beef kaldereta on the spicy side—it’s a chili stew loaded with tender chunks of beef and veggies. The menu also offers a solid selection of plant-based dishes, not to mention sides like lumpia (AKA Filipino egg rolls) and spring rolls.

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