ROMMEL’s Filipino BBQ offers Filipino cuisine along with fusion fare. This is an introduction to those that may have never tasted Filipino cuisine or to those that miss it. A little fusion is thrown in to give variety to our menu as well as to show Filipino cuisine can be served alongside popular other popular ethnic dishes.
The menu image below is only an example of what is offered by ROMMEL’s Food Truck. Since we are a mobile food unit, the menu items do change daily and weekly. The same items may be sold as well as new food items added.
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Inasal is a Tagalog or Illongo word meaning “chargrilled’ or roasted meat that some say originated in the City of Bacolod, Philippines. Unlike the usual barbecue that uses soy sauce, tomato flavored sauces, this method uses soy sauce along with vinegar or citrus, along with different ingredients for its marinade and basting sauce. This gives it a sweet, unique flavor like no other. Filipino BBQ/Inasal is an undiscovered bbq. Once you try it, you will never forget it!
Filipino Pork or Chicken Adobo
A popular dish of the Philippines which os is also known as one of its national dishes. Philippine pork or chicken adobo is marinated in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaves, and black peppercorns, which is browned in oil, and simmered in the marinade. Usually served with of steamed rice.
Filipino Bistek (Beefsteak)
Bistek, also known as bistek Tagalog is a Filipino dish consisting of thinly-sliced beefsteak braised in soy sauce, calamansi or lemon juice, garlic, ground black pepper, and onions cut into rings. As an option, sliced green and/or red bell peppers are added for additional flavor to this already delicious dish. It is a common staple in the Tagalog and Western Visayan regions of the Philippines. It is eaten over steamed rice.
Filipino Lumpiang Shanghai (Filipino Lumpia)
A Filipino-style eggroll roll made of ground pork, chicken, or beef filling with carrots, water chestnuts, onions, and seasoning; wrapped in thin crepes called lumpia wrappers. The lumpia (eggroll) is rolled into a thin cylindrical shape, cut into bite-size lengths, and deep-fried to golden brown. Sweet Thai chili sauce usually accompanies this most delicious treat that can be eaten any time of the day!
Filipino Pancit (Noodles)
Pancit, pronounced “pun-sit”, is a term referring to various traditional noodle dishes in Filipino cuisine. There are numerous types of pancit, often named based on the noodles used, method of cooking, place of origin, or the ingredients. At ROMMEL’s, we use bihon (rice noodles) and canton (flour) noodles. A blend of sauteed vegetables is added then tossed with soy sauce and citrus. Pancit bihon is considered the national noodle dish of the Philippines.
Lechon Kawali is a Filipino recipe that consists of pork belly slabs to have been seasoned beforehand, fried, sliced into cubes, and served with a sauce. In the Philippines, there are different ways of preparing this most delectable dish; each way is just as delicious as the other!
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