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CASA manila's Weekday Buffet Menu


Our Sunday Buffet will resume this holiday season


















KAMAYAN - The CASA manila WAY


NOW AVAILABLE FOR TWO DINERS OR MORE!






CASA manila’s popular Kamayan, hand to mouth communal dining was introduced for the first time to Toronto, in 2012. Replicating a tribal celebration theme with distinctive drumming heralds the Kamayan feast laid on fresh banana leaves while you enjoy drinking from real coconut cups. Ours is not a “boodle fight” which is a military term for mess hall eating. The CASA manila way is where we place each inidividual portion directly in front of the Kamayan diner to maintain the hygienic aspect of communal dining. Bonding with family and friends, having fun eating with your hands is an amazing dining experience. Now available for two diners or more!


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5 of 5 Stars
"If you've had home cooked Filipino food before then you'll know this place hits the spot. Chicken adobo was on point and the halo halo was spot on!"
Steve, Google

5 of 5 Stars
"Many spoke great about this Filipino restaurant. And I confirmed it when I visited the first time. The entire ambience is very Filipino: native traditional and cozy. Food is well prepared. Excellent taste. Pricing is reasonable and affordable. Love their karekare and halo halo. Located at york mills and don mills. Great parking. Has lunch buffet on weekdays for $15.99 with a large variety of Filipino cuisine. Picture will unveil more what this place is all about"
lanquino sirach, Google


5 of 5 Stars
"Amazing Filipino food, the chicken adobo and Caldaretta were amazing, and the Halo Halo was a spectacle! Highly recommended"
David Iles, Google


5 of 5 Stars
"This was an EXPERIENCE! we came just early enough to beat the dinner rush. Normally walk-ins can’t get the kumaya meal. It is very labour intensive. But they accommodated us and blew our minds. Though 2 of us were from the Philippines and a third had visited, all were impressed by the service and attention. Be prepared to eat outside your comfort zone and have a culinary experience. Be open minded and willing to commit to the adventure. The food was spectacular and the service was just as good. We had the Kumaya 1. Pork belly was crispy and the prawns were soooo very good. Eating with your hands when you wouldn’t normally... well you just had to do it for the full immersion of the adventure. (Though they do provide lots of wet wipes or bamboo utensils if you just HAVE TO) Remember, it doesn’t always have to be pretty it just has to be GREAT. (In this case it’s both)"
The Elrin, Google


5 of 5
Stars

"Nice introduction to Filipino cuisine for first time Filipino food-eaters. Nice restaurant that brings out that nostalgic feeling of being back home in Philippines. We came here for summerlicious lunch after a wedding the night before. The hostess was really nice and was explaining the history behind the painting of a Galleon trade between Filipinos, Chinese, and Spaniards.

The meal we had was fantastic. Flavorful. I had the chicharon with aioli sauce, pork belly with garlic fried rice and achara. My husband had chicken lumpia Shanghai and Chiken Inasal with garlic fried rice. For desserts, we both had ice cream--mango and ube-- which I believe were made from scratch. I heard about how good their halo-halo was and decided to try it. It was amazing. My white hubby who had been to the Philippines, had been craving Royal Tru Orange Soda. His face was priceless after taking the first sip of that orange soda. All in All, a very good experience for us."
07/08/2018
Nicey Dionisio Jarina, Facebook