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At Casa Aldea, we share the very best of Filipino culture through fresh, delicious dishes. From savory curries to tender, marinated adobo, our menu celebrates authentic Filipino cuisine while offering a unique spin on island classics.

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Large Group Dine-in

Planning to stop by with a large group? Casa Aldea will happily accommodate you. To give you the best experience possible, we ask that parties of eight or more people please contact us in advance.

A Must Try Pinoy Foods

Home Made pancit canton

By: Panlasang Pinoy

This Pancit Canton Recipe makes use of sliced pork, sausage, and shrimp. It also utilizes different kinds of vegetables. I always like to make my noodle dish this way because I believe that food should be both pleasing to the eyes and the palate at the same time.

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sinigang na baboy

By: Panlasang Pinoy

Sinigang is a sour soup native to the Philippines. This recipe uses pork as the main ingredient. Other proteins and seafood can also be used. Beef, shrimp, fish are commonly used to cook sinigang. The chicken version, on the other hand, is called sinampalukang manok. I prefer to use either pork belly or buto-buto when cooking sinigang. The latter refers to cuts with bones intact. These are either pork neck bones, chopped spare ribs, and chopped baby back ribs. Pork shoulder and ham can also be used when cooking sinigang.

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