Celebrate Father’s Day with Filipino Food Week!

Father’s Day is right around the corner. Let’s honor the Tatays in our lives through glorious and scrumptious Filipino food.

Spearheaded by the Philippine Consulate General in Honolulu, the Filipino Food Week is back to celebrate and promote Filipino cuisine and culture.

Participating restaurants and local chefs are encouraged to prepare special dishes that showcases Filipino cuisine.

For this year’s celebration, they are also challenged to create appetizers, entrees, desserts or drinks that features Filipino-favorite citrus calamansi as its highlight ingredient.

From June 20 to 26, celebrate Father’s Day with delicious Filipino food at the following restaurants this Filipino Food Week:

– Chef Chai
– Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi
– Elena’s Home of Finest Filipino Foods
– GOEN Dining + Bar
– Par Honolulu
– Roy’s Hawaii Kai
– Roy’s Ko’Olina
– Roy’s Waikiki
– Skull and Crown Trading Co.
– Stage Restaurant
– Tiano’s Restaurants
– Tiki’s Grill & Bar

– Humble Market Kitchin
– Joey’s Kitchen
– Macadangdang
– Roy’s Ka’anapali
– Tante’s Island Cuisine

Big Island
– Roy’s Waikoloa Bar & Grill

– Eating House

The Filipino Food Week is part of the US-wide effort by the Philippine Embassy and Consulates to promote and celebrate Filipino cuisine. Hawaii’s Filipino Food Week is in partnership with Jacob’s Gourmet Foods, Kasama Rum, Marigold Corporation (Mama Sita’s) and Tanduay USA.

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