Tropical Hut Philippine Cuisine is a small, family business offering authentic Filipino food, turo-turo style. The restaurant provides a complete experience by bringing the flavors and ingredients of the Philippines to you.

“Turo-turo” is a Tagalog term that roughly translates to “point-point” in English. It refers to a popular dining style in the Philippines, where customers can choose from a variety of freshly cooked dishes displayed in a buffet-like setup. Instead of ordering from a menu, customers can simply point at the dishes they want, and the food is served to them.

The restaurant is no frills with an efficient and accommodating staff, authentic Filipino cuisine, large servings and reasonable prices. Catering is available.

Selections From The Tropical Hut Philippine Cuisine Menu:

  • Embotido (Filipino Meatloaf) – seasoned ground pork, breadcrumbs, eggs, onions, peppers, and raisins
    rolled into a log shape and steamed, served sliced
  • Bagoong Rice w/ Mango – steamed jasmine rice is stir-fried with shrimp paste (bagoong) and served with sweet mango slices, creating a unique combination of savory, sweet, and tangy flavors
  • Garlic Fried Rice – also known as “Sinangag,” garlic rice is a simple yet delicious dish made by stir-frying cooked rice with garlic until fragrant, offering a flavorful and aromatic side dish that pairs well with various Filipino dishes
  • Palabok – rice noodles topped with a flavorful shrimp sauce, garnished with crushed chicharron (pork rinds), boiled eggs, and shrimp
  • Chicken Adobo – classic Filipino dish made by simmering chicken pieces in a tangy and savory sauce made with vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and spices
  • Chicken Pastel – creamy and savory Filipino dish made with chicken, carrots, potatoes and a rich white sauce
  • Ginataang Sitaw Calabaza – long beans (sitaw) and calabaza squash cooked in a creamy coconut milk (ginataan) sauce
  • Boneless Daing – milkfish (bangus) butterflied, marinated, and then fried until crispy and golden brown
  • Adobo – pork cooked in a flavorful mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and spices, then braised until tender
  • Arroz a la Paella – Spanish-inspired dish popular in Filipino cuisine, featuring saffron-infused rice cooked with chicken, chorizo, seafood, and vegetables
  • Kare Kare Beef & Tripe – stew made with cubes of beef and tripe, cooked in a rich and creamy peanut sauce, served with bagoong (shrimp paste) and vegetables on the side
  • Boneless Lechon with Valenciana – roasted pork belly served on top of a combination of glutinous rice, regular rice, sausages, and vegetables
  • Buko Pandan – young coconut (buko) strips and pandan-flavored jelly cubes, mixed with condensed milk and heavy cream

The Tropical Hut Philippine Cuisine menu changes regularly. Be sure to check the complete menu.