Lunch

Native Filipino Iconic Dishes at their best...

Dasmariñas City, Philippines

Description

Filipino dishes are very unique as they are a mixture of different cultures from different countries which colonized the Philippines which started in 1521. Filipino cuisine mainly has a Spanish, Chinese and American influence which has been perfected with our own style of cooking, with these values in mind and heart - passion, generosity, hospitability... thus coming out our own version of their original recipes.

A distinct taste of Filipino cuisine is the bursting combination of spices in every bite. We want our food tasty, flavorful and aromatic, which one will always crave and which always gives satisfaction to one's hungry palate.

Menu composition:

  • Appetizer
  • Starter
  • Main course
  • Dessert

Cuisine

  • Format: Lunch
  • Type: Filipino cuisine
  • Characteristics: Organic

Guest preferences

  • Minimum: 2 people
  • Maximum: 4 people
  • Table suited to: Locals, Tourists, Foreigners

Previously at Jhee's table

Discover some dishes out of Jhee's kitchen in order to whet your appetite!

  • Chicken Adobo

    Chicken Adobo

    Main course

    Salty, sweet, a bit sour, perfect taste that goes with rice. A popular and all-time favorite dish among us Filipino. All time-fave of my family too.

  • Arroz Valenciana

    Arroz Valenciana

    Main course

    An all-in meal! Sticky rice with all the viands in it, pork, chicken, seafoods, vegetables, perfect blend in appetizing Filipino taste.

  • Foccacia Loaf

    Foccacia Loaf

    Appetizer

    A freshly-baked foccacia loaf dipped in tomato salsa. Appetizing way to start a meal. Freshly picked basil leaves will be used along with other fresh herbs: oregano, rosemary, garlic and olive oil.

  • The Super Moist Chocolate Cake

    The Super Moist Chocolate Cake

    Dessert

    The moistest & richest chocolate cake you can't ever resist!

  • Caesar Salad

    Caesar Salad

    Starter

    Crunchy and healthy salad in the house!

  • Pork Sinigang

    Pork Sinigang

    Other

    Pork Sinigang is a mouth-watering braised-pork sour soup dish and also a favorite any time meal among Filipinos. Tamarind is used a main souring agent along with native Filipino vegetables.

  • Mango Graham Float

    Mango Graham Float

    Dessert

    You will find the sweetest and tastiest mango in the world only in the Philippines. As we boast our native fruit, we come up with this sweet and tasteful dessert which my kids rave the most.

  • Kare-Kare

    Kare-Kare

    Main course

    Kare-kare is another traditional Filipino pork/beef stew in a very thick and rich peanut sauce. The dish comes with vegetables and fish paste to taste.

  • Baked Mussels

    Baked Mussels

    Appetizer

    Philippines is an archipelago and composed of islands. With this geographic location, sea foods are everywhere and we have them fresh in our tables.

  • Grilled Fish

    Grilled Fish

    Main course

    Sea foods are everywhere in the Philippines and we have them whole in our table, fresh and perfectly grilled to satisfy your taste buds.

  • Leche Flan

    Leche Flan

    Dessert

    Our own version of creme caramel / flan / caramel custard which is very rich, creamy with very soft caramel on top. This dessert definitely melts in your mouth.

  • Roasted-Herbed Chicken

    Roasted-Herbed Chicken

    Main course

    Whole chicken marinated and garnished overnight in fresh herbs. Perfectly roasted.