Experience Filipino Cuisine at Annapolis Mall’s Newest Dining Hotspot
A new culinary adventure awaits as Lasang Pinoy, a new Filipino restaurant, recently opened at the Westfield Annapolis Mall in Annapolis, MD.
From tender pork belly to mouthwatering meat skewers, this family-owned Filipino restaurant will bring you back to the dynamic streets of Manila.
A couple from Prince George’s County are the proud owners of this new venture that promises to bring delightful Filipino flavors to your tables. Plus, their restaurant can accommodate up to 140 seats.
Lasagna Pinoy opened last June 30 across Chipotle. This isn’t just your normal run-of-the-mill restaurant. The authenticity and passion behind Lasagna Pinoy is what sets it apart from other similar food spots.
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Neil Nichols, husband of Filipino-born Quiza Nichols, shared his goal with Baltimore Business Journal. “It’s time for the world to really find Filipino cuisine and bring it to where it should be… it’s really underrated.”
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If we say Lasang Pinoy has something for everybody, we mean it. Feast your palates and eyes with their set of menus teeming with a selection of Filipino food. Here are some of their dishes:
- Pancit: A savory rice noodle stir fry with fresh vegetables
- Piniritong Isda: Fried to crispy perfection, this whole snapper fish bursts with a zesty flavor.
- Lechon Belly: It’s a stuffed pork belly that will leave you craving for more.
- Chicken Nasal: A tangy tropical-flavored chicken marinated in garlic, lemongrass, oil, and orange soda
- Leche Flan and Ube Ice Cream: Their delightful desserts are a sweet wrap-up to your meals. The purple yam or “ube” ice cream and the caramel custard Leche Flan are some of Lasagna Pinoy’s desserts.
Furthermore, their menu doesn’t just end there. You can also try their Sunday brunch with the sumptuous Longsilog, Tocino (thin slices of pork marinated in sugar), sweet grilled pork sausages served with fried egg and garlic fried rice.
This brunch offering is from 11 am – 2 pm. In addition, they also offer an array of beverages. From smoothies to refreshing juices, you can have those drinks’ cravings satisfied.
Also, their liquor license is under application for approval. This adds an extra indulgence to your Filipino dining experience.
Moreover, Lasagna Pinoy is open every day from 11 am – 10 pm, with their kitchen closing at 9 pm. That’s not all. If you’re currently job hunting, they’re searching for full-time busters, cooks, servers, food runners, hosts, bartenders, and dishwashers to be part of their team.
If you’ve got skills for whipping Filipino dishes, send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, for their latest updates, you can follow their social media pages — Instagram and Facebook.
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