Family-owned and operated, filipino cuisine and BBQ. From everyday charcoal chicken with Filipino BBQ flair and pork belly roast to skewers of chicken feet and isaw (chicken intestines) for the more adventurous. They usually have classic dishes like adobo and sinigang. Delivery within Mandurah up to: Lakelands, Halls Head, Erskine, Greenfields and Furnisdale. To order call: 9535 3065, text: 0414018427 or Facebook DM.
Inigio’s kitchen is a family style Filipino restaurant and bakery. They’ve got $10 boxed meal specials that include comfort food anyone can get behind – like breaded pork chop with fried rice, pork BBQ maryland with rice and more traditional dishes like longsilog (filipino sausages that are a cross between lup cheong and chorizo with garlic rice and fried egg) and spicy beef kaldereta (tomato based beef stew). For dessert there’s ube (purple yam) panacotta and leche flan (like creme caramel). Drinks include halo-halo! Inigios also sell frozen products to make delivery even more worth your while – longanisa sausages (a cross between lup cheong and chorizo) and lumpia shanghai (spring rolls). So stock up! Delivery cut off is 5pm, so get in early. To order call 8084 1912.
Daily changing Filipino classic dishes like adobo, tosilog (fried cured pork tocino, garlic rice and a fried egg), pinakbet (mixed veggies cooked in a hearty sauce flavoured with fish or shrimp paste), soups and seafood like garlic crab. Also groceries delivered like bulk bags of rice and nostalgic snacks. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for their daily takeaway menu and even grocery picks. To order for both pick-up and delivery direct message Panlasang Pinoy on Facebook.
One of the best modern Filipino eateries in Sydney! Rey’s Place has authentic classics like lechon – that’s slow roasted suckling pig, Bistek Tagalog (medium rare rump steak with mash and soy onions – a banging twist on steak and mash if you’re feeling like some comfort), inihaw na pusit (bbq baby squid stuffed w/ confit onion and tomato) and elevated items like king salmon kinilaw – mild spiced salmon ceviche with coconut cream, ginger, onion and cucumber. Might as well get a Filipino donut – they’ve got pandesal ones with a yema glaze (Filipino bread with condensed milk custard). Get a survival pack for two and you’re sorted with the best mix (like a set menu, at home). Your main concern should be wether you get enough rice, they’ll take care of the rest! To order call 9361 5938.
Sizzling Fillo have served authentic Filipino cuisine since 2009. Take your pick from all the classics. Try crispy pata – that’s the Filipino version of a pork knuckle – deep fried crispy pork hock with crushed garlic and soy-vinegar dip. Simmered with spices to tender and air dried overnight. If you want more sauce laden comfort get kare-kare – braised tender oxtail, eggplant, green beans, bok choy in peanut sauce and served with shrimp paste to taste. If you’re feeling really adventurous – consider pork dinuguan (pork blood stew). It’s stewed pork pieces in blood jelly simmered in vinegar, chilli and spices and it’s hard to find this home-cooked classic in Australia! You can also buy filipino sausages and marinated meats to cook at home. To order call 9649 7939.