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The Best Kamayan Feasts in Toronto

The Best Kamayan Feasts in Toronto

The Best Kamayan Feasts in Toronto

The best kamayan feasts in Toronto contain mountains of grilled meats, seafood, vegetables and garlic rice that are eaten by hand and are served on top of banana leaves. A kamayan feast, which is also referred to as a boodle fight, has origins from the Philippine military, where hungry soldiers would eat massive piles of food to symbolize brotherhood.

Here are some of the best kamayan feasts in Toronto.

31 Howard St

Tinuno

Tinuno

This authentic Filipino restaurant in St. James Town offers kamayan feasts for two or four. It includes a variety of seafood like milkfish, squid and tilapia, as well as pork skewers and pork belly over a bed of garlic rice.

879 York Mills Rd Unit #1

Casa Manila

Casa Manila

When it comes to a kamayan feast in the city, this long-standing Filipino restaurant near Don Mills and York Mills usually comes to mind. Each feast comes with personalized portions, so no one has to fight for their food.

634 St Clair Ave W

Lamesa

Lamesa

The signature kamayan dinner for two at this Filipino restaurant on St. Clair West has a little bit of everything for you to enjoy. There’s vegetable lumpia, BBQ pork skewers, boneless milkfish, chicken inasal, garlic rice, dips, fresh fruit and dessert.

The Best Kamayan Feasts in Toronto

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The Best Kamayan Feasts in Toronto

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The best kamayan feasts in Toronto contain mountains of grilled meats, seafood, vegetables and garlic rice that are eaten by hand and are served on top of banana leaves. A kamayan feast, which is also referred to as a boodle fight, has origins from the Philippine military, where hungry soldiers would eat massive piles of food to symbolize brotherhood.

Here are some of the best kamayan feasts in Toronto.