This is island food cooked up like an auntie would make, set to please the palates of natives and newcomers alike. Find out why The Portland Mercury says, "Tambayan... is worth checking off your international bucket list:"
• $7 for $14 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks
• 95 likes on Urbanspoon
• Come in Wednesday through Sunday
Big Tastes and New Favorites
House favorites include spicy chicken adobo, bistek Tagalog -- Filipino steak with soy sauce and fried onions -- and yes, even Spam. Finish with the halo halo special, a dessert staple that's a mixture of shaved ice, evaporated milk, and fruit, served with ice cream on top.
Tambayan Filipino Cuisine's Website
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 11, 2014
back by popular demand:
Tambayan Filipino Cuisine
$14 to Spend on Filipino Fare
- from $7