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Las Casas Dining Style in Filipino Culture and Heritage

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City introduces Filipino fusion dishes that are meant to excite your palate

Las Casas Dining Style in Filipino Culture and Heritage



Enjoy Filipino Dishes in a charming setting unique to Las Casas’ Style all without leaving the city. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City’s Filipino Restaurant, Kusina ni Maria, will provide a fresh take on classic Filipino dishes, giving it a modern twist that keeps it comforting and satisfying to the palate. The menu is thoughtfully executed by Executive Chef Jomar Lucas. Following the directives of Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on limited restaurant operations, choose to dine in outdoor seating al fresco style at the plaza or in its gardens.


With vast spaces for outdoor set-up, its diners and guests can still safely enjoy dining in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by stunning views.

Even in the midst of the pandemic, Las Casas in Quezon City delivers on its promise to provide a unique dining experience made more memorable with its newly launched menu.

Among their signature dishes include Binagoongang Baboy sa Gata ni Tatang which is crispy pork belly sauteed with shrimp paste, tomatoes, and a hint of coconut cream, Short Ribs  Kare-Kare ni Ateng Theresa which is Australian short ribs with local vegetables in peanut sauce served with dried bagoong, shallots, and fried garlic, Chicken Pork Adobo ni Inang which is marinated chicken and pork stewed in vinegar and soy sauce, and Pancit con Bagnet ng Ilocano which is stir-fried noodles with seafood, meat, and vegetables.


A truly delightful meal always ends on a sweet note. Guests can take their pick from Filipino desserts such as the Quezo de Leche Crepe, a melt-in-your-mouth caramelized crepe layered with cheese pastry crème and diced mangoes, Pritong Ube Langka, a tempting fried pastry pouches filled with halayang ube and sweetened jackfruit, and Saging Turon a la Mode, banana wrapped in spring roll wrapper served with dulce de leche ice cream and coconut caramel crème.


Aside from bringing modern twists to the classics, Chef Jomar incorporates his years of culinary experience and passion for cooking into his own menu. Each dish is reminiscent of memories that would make any diner nostalgic to the dishes they grew up with.

Being the first official executive chef of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City comes with a lot of pressure, he admits. However, this has given his team a chance to explore their creativity and produce an exciting new menu that will surely captivate its guests.


Diners can expect more delightful offers from Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City as they are also serving Italian favorites such as brick oven pizza, calzone, and panini bread that are available for delivery through its partner food delivery services, Grab Food and Food Panda.


A visit at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City equates to a relaxing and peaceful time, making one feel as though they’ve driven hours away from the bustling city.

For as little as Php 300 per person, guests have the option to enjoy tours within the Las Casas premises and choose from several backdrops to take photos, they may also fancy taking a break and having merienda as they serve classics such as Puto Bumbong, Bibingka, and Kakanin over delicious specialty coffee.


The property, taking inspiration from its central brand, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan, serves as an accessible space with exceptionally designed houses in the Philippines that focus on heritage and Filipino culture.

For more information, visit and follow their official social media pages on Facebook and Instagram.

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Quezon City is located at 134 Roosevelt Avenue, San Francisco Del Monte in Quezon City.

Written by Village Connect

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