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The Royal Kubo Philippine Restaurant and Karaoke Bar 27 E. 14 Mile Road, Clawson, MI (248) 588-2300 Appetizers Edamame Asian Soybeans $2.50 Lechon Kawali Chopped roast pork crackling rinds served with liver pate dip. $9.95 Lumpia Shanghai Crispy meat egg rolls served with sweet chili salsa sauce. $8.95 Sisig Sizzling Crisped pork rind prepared in Philippine spices. $10.95 Soup Miso Soup (cup) Miso soup broth with tofu (soy bean curd). $2.00 Soup Entrees Bulalo (bowl) Peasant dish of beef and beef tendons simmered with vegetables. $10.95 Sinigang (bowl) Simmered tangy tamarind, tomatoes, green beans, and cabbage, served with white rice. Choose from vegetarian, shrimp, or pork. $11.95 Noodle Entrees Pancit Canton Philippine egg noodles sautéed with vegetables, pork, chicken, and shrimp. $11.95 Pancit Guisado Philippine bihon rice noodles sautéed with vegetables, pork, chicken and shrimp. $11.95 Singapore Noodles Philippine rice noodles sautéed with vegetables, pork, chicken, and shrimp, seasoned with a slight hint of curry. $11.95 Rice White Rice Fragrant Asian rice. $3.00 Garlic Fried Rice White Jasmine rice fried with garlic and Philippine seasoning. $5.50 Fried Rice White long grain rice sauteed with chicken or beef. $7.95 Shrimp Fried Rice White Jasmine rice fried with shrimp. $8.95 Anytime Entrees Savory Curry Rice White long grain rice with diced chicken and peas, blanketed in a soft omelet. $7.95 Tapsilog Marinated beef, two eggs any style, and garlic fried rice. $9.95 Tocilog Marinated pork, two eggs any style and garlic fried rice. $8.95 Longsilog Philippine sausage, two eggs any style, and garlic fried rice. $10.95 Nasi Goreng Indonesian fried rice sautéed with shrimp paste and pork, served with a sunny side up egg. $11.95 Dessert Halo Halo The original shaved ice dish mixed with lecheflan, tropical fruit, topped with cream and vanilla ice cream. $4.95 Turon Banana crisped in lumpia wraps, served with vanilla ice cream. $4.95 Pork Entrees Pork Barbeque Deliciously skewered pork slices prepared in Philippine spices. Served with garlic fried rice. $9.95 Adobo Baboy Our famous marinated pork cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic and bay leaves. Served with white rice. $9.95 Inihaw na Liempo Grilled pork belly served with special Kubo sauce and white rice. $9.95 Pinakbet Peasant dish of pork, array of oriental vegetables & salted shrimp paste. May order without salted shrimp paste. $10.95 Crispy Pata Tender marinated pork hocks infused with Philippine herbs and deep fried with crispy rinds. Served with special Kubo sauce. $10.95 Bikol Express Hot peppers and green beans cooked in coconut milk garnished with crisped pork belly. $11.95 Escabeche Pork Filleted pork cubes sautéed in sweet chili pepper sauce and a potpourri of red and green peppers, tomatoes, and celery. Served with white rice. $11.95 Chicken Entrees Adobo Manok Our famous marinated chicken cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic and bay leaves. Served with white rice. $9.95 Apritada Boneless chicken stewed in tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, red and green peppers. Served with white rice. $9.95 Beef Entrees Philippine-Style Beefsteak Sliced beef sautéed in onions, garlic, soy sauce and a touch of lemon. Served with white rice. $10.95 Kaldereta Baka Sliced beef sautéed with garlic, onions, red and green peppers, potatoes, and green olives, and then simmered in tomato sauce. Served with white rice. $10.95 Beef Tapa Marinated beef tenderloin (jerky) sautéed in Philippine spices. Served with garlic fried rice. $11.95 Kare Kare A rich and meaty Filipino stew of beef shank, green beans, cabbage and eggplant. Covered in a sauce thickened w/ peanut butter. Served with white rice. Salted shrimp paste available upon request. $14.95 Shrimp Entrees Guisadong Gulay Green beans sautéed with shrimp. $10.95 Vegetarian Entrees Sweet Garlic Eggplant Flash fried eggplant served in sweet chili pepper sauce and a potpourri of onions, carrots and celery. Served with white rice. $8.95 Vegetarian Pinakbet An array of oriental vegetables. Salted shrimp paste available upon request. $9.95 Why do I get both a spoon and fork? A popular cultural norm, Filipinos often use a fork in the left hand to push food into the spoon held with the right hand. The food is fed from the spoon. Often times, a knife is seldom used. The fork is used to stabilize the food and the top of the spoon used to pry off food portions.
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