Cafe Filipino

Philippine Cuisine Experience

An FAAP Event

June 17, 2023

Join us for our highlight event for Philippines Independence Day Celebration!

Door Opens at 6:00 pm

Kamayan is a traditional Filipino feast where food is laid out on banana leaves and piles of rice, and you use your hands to eat. We're very excited for this event, and due to its popularity and limited amount this event is RSVP only!


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Our Menu

These are only some of the foods we will be serving

The menu will include your classic Filipino favorites, such as bistek, chicken afritada, lechon kawali, tofu pinakbet, mango pie and many more!

Side Dishes

Rice, lumpianitos, Lumpiang Gulay, Atsara, Mango, Shrimps, Mussels, Watermelon, Vegetables, and many more!

Chicken Inasal

Chicken inasal is a variant of the Filipino dish known as lechon manok. It is marinated in a mixture of calamansi, pepper, vinegar and annatto, then grilled over hot coals.

Milk Fish

Daing na Bangus or Fried milkfish is a simple dish that is packed with flavors. The milkfish alone has its deliciously rich taste (especially the belly) while the marinade gives it a sour spicy flavor.

Lechon Kawali

A popular Filipino dish made of pork belly slab that is deep-fried in a pan or wok until crispy.

'Kamayan' Style Serving

Kamayan also known as kinamot or kinamut in Visayan languages, is the traditional Filipino method of eating with the bare hands.

Wine flies when you’re having fun.


Corkage Fee: $5/bottle

Feel free to bring your own alcohol

We do not sell wine or alcohol in our event center, but you are welcome to bring your own.

Cafe Filipino is our initiative to feature talented cooks within our community and showcase their signature dishes. The plan is to offer this event by popular demand as a way for us to bring a consistent fine dining Filipino food experience to Pittsburgh. This will be a periodic fundraising event to cover the operating costs of our Philippine Center and other FAAP programs

Reserve your seat!

The seats are limited so make your reservation now!

Event Location

Philippine Center of Pittsburgh


Philippine Center of Pittsburgh
200 Church Street, West Mifflin, PA 15122
(Corner of Haldane & Donna Street)


Dinner service is a family style dinner. You’ll be able to try all the dishes that are on the menu.

Unfortunately, we cannot make any substitute for the dishes that are being served.

Yes. However, there is a $5 dollar corkage fee for every bottle of wine/ alcohol or beer. Corkage fee will cover up to 6 bottle/ cans of beer.

No. Leaving a tip is not necessary. All the servers and cooks are volunteers. However, any tip you do leave is much appreciated.

Yes. Please just drive up the hill from the parking lot to our other entrance. There will be signage directing you and one of our volunteers will be monitoring the parking lot if you need assistance.

For more inquiry:

Reach out for more info:

Philippine Center of Pittsburgh

200 Church Street, West Mifflin, PA 15122

(412) 267-7293

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