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About The Carinderia


Filipino inspired restaurant that caters not only Filipino food but also a piece of Philippine history. The carinderia is located in Deira and opened another branch located in Karama. Know more about the carinderia and the people behind it.

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Boodle Fight


Pagkain Himagsikan for 5 Person




200 AED

Tropang Luzon

Daing na Bangus, Tadyang ng Baka, Shrimps and Crabs with special sauce, Boiled Veggies, Ensaladang Talong, Beef Papaitan, Free Drinks - Unli Ice Tea or one time Sagot Gulaman

250 AED

Sizzling Fiesta

Beef Sisig, Adobong Kambing, Gising - Gising, Beef Teriyaki, Free Drinks - Unli Ice Tea or one time Sagot Gulaman

200 AED

Tropang Visayas

Inihaw na Tilapia, Inasal na Manok, Inihaw na Pusit, Pinakbet, Choice of Soup, Free Drinks - Unli Ice Tea or one time Sagot Gulaman

250 AED

Sizzling Seafood Fiesta

Crabs, Mussels, Shrimps, Squids - Free Drinks - Unli Ice Tea or one time Sagot Gulaman

200 AED

Tropang Mindanao

Grilled Shrimp, Grilled Beef ribs, Chicken Inasal, Grilled Squid, Fish Kinilaw, Pancit Mix, Sinampalukan Manok or Tinola Manok or Sinigang Ulo ng Salmon, Free Drinks - Unli Ice Tea or one time Sagot Gulaman



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Filipino all time favourites




55 AED

Beef Bulalo

Bulalo is a soup dish consisting of beef shanks and bone marrow. The original way of cooking this dish is to simply stew the beef shanks and bone marrow...

40 AED

Kalderetang Baka

BKalderetang Baka Recipe is one of the classic Filipino dishes served by many household in special occasions. Beef caldereta is always served in most of Filipino restaurants and many occasional celebration...

40 AED

Kare-Kareng Baka

Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are ox tail, tripe, and pork leg; on some occasions goat and chicken meat...

35 AED

Pinapaitan Baka

Papaitan is one of the popular Ilokano dishes and the original recipe calls for goat internal organs. The reason why it is called "papaitan" is because the dish is bitter by using goat bile as one of the ingredient but just enough to make it tasty...

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