The Kamay Kainan menu features authentic Filipino cuisine that follows the traditional recipes of each dish that they serve. They strictly follow the traditional recipes for every dish. Their menu aims to remind Filipinos that the dishes that they grew up with can compete with other dishes on an international level. Aside from the delicious taste, they also aim to make their menu more affordable for the common Filipino.
Below, you’ll find the updated list of Kamay Kainan menu prices.
|Menu Items||Price (PHP)|
|Chicken Adobo sa Gata||280|
|Sinigang na salmon||390|
|Buffet sa Kalayaan||399 per person|
About Kamay Kainan
Kamay Kainan Buffet is a Filipino-style restaurant located at 2 Malamig St cor Kalayaan Ave, Quezon City, Philippines. They serve affordable and authentic Filipino cuisine that Pinoys have always loved! They offer dining services, catering services, and takeout. Kamay Kainan aims to continue providing Filipino dishes that Filipinos have grown up with and give them not just a great experience but also wonderful memories while dining with them.
Kamay Kainan Menu Best Seller
Kamay Kainan’s most popular foods that locals and even foreigners love! This menu is composed of staple Filipino dishes that will surely make everyone full!
Chicken adobo is a type of chicken stew that uses chicken parts as its main ingredient. The chicken is pan-fried and marinated in soy sauce and seasonings before stewing until it becomes tender. The wonderful flavor in this Kamay Kainan menu is the main contributor to why it is very appealing to Filipinos.
Chicken Inasal is what Filipinas call the skewered or barbecued chicken that is seasoned to perfection with different varieties of spices and vinegar. It is a juicy, savory, and flavorful dish that is best paired with rice.
Beef Kaldereta is a staple dish in every Filipino restaurant. It is a style of beef stew that is cooked using liver spread and tomato sauce.
This dish is a very popular Filipino meal and is mostly used as a side dish when consuming alcoholic drinks. It is made by mixing minced pork, chopped onions, and chicken liver.
An example of a Filipino beef stew is Bistek or beef steak. It uses a lot of onions and is made out of thin beef slices. The ingredients are cooked in a mixture of soy sauce and lemon juice until the beef becomes tender.
Biglaan meals are what Kamay Kainan calls their main dish menu. This menu is composed of only Filipino-style dishes.
Filipino-style skewered barbecued chicken parts that are prepared over a charcoal grill. It is best paired with banana ketchup or a special sauce.
Kare-Kare is a popular Filipino stew that is traditionally made with oxtail, beef, or pork, as well as an assortment of vegetables such as eggplants, string beans, and pechay. This Kamay Kainan menu is known for its distinctive thick and creamy sauce, which is achieved by using a combination of ground roasted peanuts and toasted rice.
Shrimp paste or pork binagoongan is one of the most traditional Filipino dishes, and it is often served with rice and a variety of vegetables. The dish’s bold and complex flavor profile makes it a popular choice for those who love savory and salty dishes. It is a comforting and satisfying meal that is perfect for any occasion.
A Lumpiang Togue is a variant of a spring roll. Instead of meat, togue, which is a local term for mung bean sprouts, is used as a main ingredient in this dish.
This classic Filipino dish is made up of different varieties of vegetables such as okra, kalabasa, talong, ampalaya, and onions. Pork, shrimp, or shrimp paste are optional ingredients that can also enhance the flavor of this dish.
Buffet sa Kalayaan
Kamay Kainan’s Buffet sa Kalayaan is an all-you-can-eat buffet! They offer an all-you-can-eat meal and charge a fixed rate for every person will participate in the said buffet. An additional fee is asked for access to bottomless tea and soft drinks (this is optional). This all-you-can-eat buffet has main dishes, desserts, and soups. Each of them are consisting of:
Adobong Baboy, Pata Paksiw, Bopis, Binagoongang Baboy, Breaded Porkchop, Dinuguan, Sinigang na Baboy, Inihaw na Baboy, Tokwa’t Baboy, Lumpiang Shanghai, Kalderetang Baka, Kare Kare, Papaitan, Nilagang Baka, Chicken Liver Gizzard, Tinolang Manok, Chicken Afritada, Ginataang Kohol, Halaan, Linasing na Hipon, Sinigang na Hipon, Tahong, Inihaw na Tilapia, Sigang sa ulo ng Salmon, Inihaw na Hito, Pritong Bago, Chopsuey, Pinakbet, Ginataang Langka, Fresh Lumpia, Lumpiang Togue, and Pancit.
They have Ensaladang Mangga, Gulaman, Ginataang Halo-Halo, Maja Blanca, Minatamis na Saging, Pinya, and Pipino. These desserts are a must-try for anyone looking for something new and exciting. Each dessert has its own unique flavor and texture, making them a great addition to any meal or as a stand-alone treat. Be sure to indulge in some of these delectable desserts.
They have corn soup as well as mushroom soup. Their corn soup is made from fresh corn and often includes additional ingredients like potatoes, onions, and cream. It has a sweet and delicate flavor and a smooth texture that is comforting and satisfying. While their mushroom soup is hearty and savory made from a blend of different mushroom varieties. The mushrooms are often sautéed with onions and garlic, creating a robust flavor that is enhanced by the addition of cream and herbs.
It consists of both plain rice and fried rice. Plain rice, as its name suggests, is simply cooked rice with no added flavors or ingredients. On the other hand, fried rice is a more complex dish that involves cooking rice with added ingredients such as vegetables, meat, eggs, and spices. The ingredients are stir-fried in a wok or a frying pan with pre-cooked rice, resulting in a flavorful and colorful dish that can be enjoyed as a main course or side dish.
We Filipinos love celebrating every occasion, be that a big one or a small one, and always make sure that every bit of it is special! Now, you can make your celebration more special with Kamay Kainan’s Papi Platter!
The Kamay Kainan Papi Platter menu consists of all-Filipino traditional dishes. It is an all for one platter that is made up of inihaw na pusit, bilo bilo, pancit, sisig, and mechado! It is without a doubt a busog-sulit food bundle for your friends or family!
KK Signature Beef Tapa
Beef tapa can also be considered a staple dish in Filipino cuisine. The tapa is produced by curing the meat with salt and drying it in the heat of the sun in order to preserve it. Kamay Kainan’s signature premium beef tapa is their newest bestseller! This 100% natural beef tapa has no MSG, preservatives, or food coloring added. It is ready to fry or cook without the need to add extra water.
Each pack of Kamay Kainan’s premium beef tapa has a net weight of 1 kg and is good for one family serving! You can order this affordable, convenient, and tasty premium beef tapa in every Kamay Kainan’s branch or through deliveries using Grab and Lalamove; the delivery fee is taken care of by the buyer.
Kamay Kainan Menu Delivery
Every item that is part of Kamay Kainan’s menu can be ordered online or through the app. Customers can order. Kamay Kainan dishes through the GrabFood application or through their official Facebook page. Visit and message them on Facebook for more questions and information.
Talk to Kamay Kainan PH Staff
For your concerns about their latest food menu, promotions, or deliveries, you may reach them through their social media pages. They are active in posting through their Facebook page and have staff that will answer your inquiries so I recommend you follow them. Kindly refer to the links to their social media pages below.
Every dish that is on the menu at Kamay Kainan is not just tasty and filling, it is also very affordable. The food is good, and the price is cheap! The various dishes on their menu give their customers a wide range of options for the type of food they want to eat. The place is simple, and the staff is friendly and accommodating. Definitely a great restaurant to go to if you are craving some Filipino cuisine!