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Tatang’s Favorites to satisfy your cravings

What are your go-to Filipino favorites? Do you miss the adobo that nanay or tatay always cooks when you go back home from a long time of being away? Or that sour sinigang and the rich broth of bulalo that you love especially on a cold weather? Tatang’s Inihaus offers you your favorite Filipino dishes all year-round!

Special Papaitan

Papaitan is a famous Ilocano dish mostly composed of cow goats and innards and slowly cooked in broth mixed with bile.

Special Bulalo

Bulalo is a Filipino stew made from beef shanks and boone marrow that is simmered until the collagen and fat has slowly melted and mixed into the clear broth.

Crispy Kare Kare

Kare kare is a Philippine stew in a rick and thick peanut sauce. It is traditionally served with ox tripe and tail that is cooked long to make it tender. But it can also be served with crispy bagnet with pechay, eggplant, and sitao.

Crispy Pork Sisig

Crispy Pork Sisig is composed of fried pig head seasoned with calamansi, onions, and chili. It is best served on a sizzling plate with an egg on the top.

Pork Dinakdakan

Dinakdakan is a popular Ilocano dish made of boiled and grilled pig parts seasoned with onions, ginger, and vinegar or calamansi.

Pork Sinigang

One of our best sellers: your favorite pork sinigang in a rich sinigang soup with a generous serving of pork and veggies.

Sinigang na Hipon

Sinigang na hipon in a rich sinigang soup with a generous serving of shrimps and vegetables.

Sinigang na Bangus

Sinigang na Bangus in a rich sinigang soup with a generous serving of milkfish (bangus) and vegetables.

Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon

Sinigang na Ulo ng Samon in a rich sinigang soup with a generous of salmon head and vegetables.

Lumpiang Shanghai Platter

An all-time favorite in every occasion, lumpiang shanghai. But even better, we serve one of your favorites in a platter! We want to make sure that everyone gets their fair share of their favorite lumpia.

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