Pinoy Potluck Dishes That You Can Order for Parties

Serve the favorites: pancit palabok, sisig, kare-kare, and more!

Are you ready for all the summer potluck parties, Pinoy barbecue grill-outs, and beach vacations with the family? Now would probably be a great time to know that you can order ahead for take-out potluck dishes to bring to all the festivities coming your way. Here is a list of some of our favorites:


1  Manam Comfort Filipino

, with locations peppered around the Metro, serves well-loved Pinoy dishes in two styles: as the classic dishes themselves, or ones with a modern twist. They have the favorites: crunchy pancit palabok, sizzling sisig, and kare-kare! All you have to do is call ahead and schedule your pick-up time. 


Take a look at their Pinoy potluck menu here.




2  Pepita's Kitchen

is a blessing to Filipinos: a party wouldn't be a party without lechon, right? Expect Pepita's to deliver on all your wildest dreams with their stuffed lechon, crab claw in crab fat and coconut cream, and hiplog!


Contact 425-4605 for orders and click here to like them on Facebook. 



3  Patricio's Desserts

will take care of all your potluck party dessert needs. With Pinoy-themed treats like Queso Crema (a cheesy cream cake with butter sauce), Mango Crema, and Crema de Gato, they will surely be a crowd favorite! 


Contact 0917-850-8817 for orders and click here to like them on Facebook. 




4  Yaya Lola

uses heirloom recipes to whip up dishes that truly remind you of great home-cooking. Order their beef estofado, callos, paella, and creamy Filipino-style baked spaghetti the next time you have guests over at your home! 


Contact 0918-944-6803 for orders and click here to follow them on Instagram. 


5  Manila Belly

has Pinoy-style porchetta with crackly skin and tender meat—a result of a 4-hour roast! There's a spicy version that is stuffed with herbs and pounded siling labuyo, too. 


Contact 0977-680-7519 for orders and click here to like them on Facebook. 


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