Give dad a hearty meal this Father’s Day, while supporting local restaurant owners and home cooks. Inquirer’s Getaway.PH presents food brands that deliver, so that your family can safely celebrate at home.
Kapampangan owner Lanie Malonzo used to operate a café that unfortunately folded up due to the pandemic. She continues dishing out her classics under the brand Kin’s Delight. Father’s Day sets, for two to eight persons, include chicken wings, baby back ribs, pasta with cheesecake or cupcakes.
www.facebook.com/kinsdelight; tel. 0908-8727479 (Manila)
Jeff Hernandez is a composer, arranger and musical director for theater and television. He is also a home chef who makes delectable pork Adobo sa Gata and tender Asado Kapampangan.
https://www.facebook.com/maestroskitchen (Quezon City)
A family-run catering business which has been around since the ’80s, Ochies Catering has now ventured into food deliveries. Specialties include Roast Beef in Mushroom Sauce, Beef Salpicao, Chicken Cordon Bleu, Fish Fillet, Special Pancit Canton. Get the must-try Banana Loaf Bread for free for every Php 1,000 worth of orders, only for Father’s Day weekend.
@ochiescatering on Facebook and Instagram; tel. 0939-9143728, 9223253 (Quezon City)
Chef Polynne Montero’s pork rib slab with original sauce was a hit among family and friends, and she is now selling them with marble potatoes in tubs under the brand Montero’s Kitchen.
@monteroskitchen on Instagram; tel. 0949-4542282, 0947-5177518 (Makati)
Gidget’s Tacos offer crispy tacos with fresh ingredients, a recipe that mom Gidget Remot Cruz created for her kids. The tacos are also affordable at P120 for a pack of three.
www.facebook/GidgetsTacos; @gidgets_tacos on Instagram; tel. 0917-1524348 (Taytay, Rizal)
Kuya Win’s Original Recipe
If you prefer cooking at home, Kuya Win’s Original Recipe offers frozen ready-to-cook meat such as crispy pata, marinated tapa, embutido, skinless longganisa. For Father’s Day, get a cooked crispy pata with sawsawan for P475; make it a pulutan and add P300 for 1-liter Alfonso Light.
www.facebook.com/KuyaWinsoriginalrecipes; tel. 0926-9693735, 0956-2083774 (Antipolo, Rizal)
Helouise Gimena’s Tteokbokki-mena offers two kinds of Korean street food: tteokbokki rice cakes and odeng fish cake, both in mild spicy sauce tweaked for the Filipino taste. Add cheese for an even yummier snack. New items include yangnyeom and dakganjeong Korean fried chicken.
https://www.facebook.com/tteokbokkimena; tel. 0917-8814539 (Taytay, Rizal)