Cafe Filipino

Philippine Cuisine Experience

An FAAP Event

April 27, 2024 | 6:00 pm

Flavors of Visayas Food Festival

Experience the tantalizing tastes of the Visayan region at our upcoming food event with Caf Filipino! Indulge in a culinary journey that will whisk you away to the heart of the Philippines, filled with delectable dishes that promise to delight your senses. From succulent seafood delicacies to savory grilled meats, prepare for a thrilling gastronomic escapade like no other. Join us at Caf Filipino and uncover the diverse and flavorful world of Visayan cuisine!

WTAE - ABC News On 4 Feature Story

by Tori Yorgey and Megu Kolanko

WEST MIFFLIN, Pa. — The Filipino American Association of Pittsburgh regularly serves Filipino comfort food and favorites at local festivals throughout the year...

Our Menu

Come and join Cafe Filipino as we bring you the vibrant flavors of the Visayan region in our upcoming food event! Get ready to indulge in a culinary experience like no other, filled with delicious dishes that will transport you to the heart of the Philippines. From mouthwatering seafood specialties to savory grilled meats, we promise an exciting adventure for your taste buds. Join us and discover the rich and diverse flavors of Visayan cuisine at Cafe Filipino!

Starters

Inihaw BBQ Chicken, Lumpianitos, Lumpiang Gulay

Humba

Humba is a braised pork dish that originated in the Visayas region of the Philippines. It's made by slow-cooking pork belly in a sweet and sour sauce

Bam-i

Bam-i, also known as pancit Bisaya, is a Filipino dish of stir-fried noodles. It's believed to have originated in Cebu's Central Visayas region, and is often served at celebrations and holidays.

Inihaw Na Isda

Grilled fish - It's a healthy way to cook fish that adds a smoky flavor to barbecued meals. Grilling can also be healthier than other cooking methods because it results in higher protein and lower fat content.

Rice

White rice cooked in sticky Filipino style.

Featured Chef

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
Wine flies when you’re having fun.

BYOW / BYOB

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.

Reserve your seat!

The seats are limited so make your reservation now!

Event Location

Philippine Center of Pittsburgh

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

FAQ

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

contact@thefaap.org

(412) 267-7293

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