Apoy

FILIPINO CUISINE

Hours:
Closed for Memorial Day (5/27)
Brunch: Sat & Sun: 11am — 2pm
Dinner: Sun — Fri: 4pm — 10pm | Sat: 4pm — 12am
Karaoke every Saturday night, from 9pm to close
(Only accepting reservations for kamayan or groups of 10 or more)

KAMAYAN Thursdays

Available by reservation only. Party minimum of 2, maximum of 12.
Reservations must be made within 24 hours of respective Thursday.
E-mail contact@apoympls.com to reserve or for more info.

Any decrease in guest count or cancellation must be made within 24 hours of your reservation or you will be charged for the original count and/or food cost of your reservation. Increase in guest count without prior notification will result in an upcharge.

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But What is Kamayan?

Kamayan is a Filipino tradition in which no utensils are used. Food is prepared and beautifully arranged along banana leaves for a group to eat entirely by hand; It’s a feast of Filipino finger food! Give us a call or e-mail to book your kamayan today!

Nice. What Do i get?

We offer three different packages for kamayan:

Vegetarian, $25/person:
Green pepper, red pepper, bok choy, eggplant, tomato, squash (seasonal), red onion, yellow onion, tofu, and fruit.

Meat, $30/person:
Lumpia, tocino, longaniza, inihaw, lechon kawali, adobo wings, and veggies.

Seafood, $35/person:
Bicol, tilapia, shrimp, fish, calamari, mussels, and veggies.

Combination, $35/person:
A combo of meat and seafood kamayan options with veggies.