Filipino, American and Caribbean Cuisine

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Filipino, American and Caribbean Cuisine
Filipino, American and
Caribbean Cuisine
Filipino Appetizers

Lumpia (Filipino Eggroll)
Three pieces of Beef, Pork, Chicken, Vegetable or shrimp (add $1.00)
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Printing Pakpak Ng Manok
Seven deep fried chicken wings Lucy’s way! Choose from Fiery, Buffalo, Mild or regular

$6.95
Tempurang Ng Hipon
Five medium shrimp fried in a tempura batter

$3.95
$7.95
Tempurang Ng Gulay
Asian vegetables fried in a tempura batter
$5.95
Entrees

Printing Manok
Chicken in special homemade seasonings deep fried & served with white or fried rice and vegetables

$9.95
Adobong Manok
Chicken cooked in a savory sauce served with white or fried rice

$8.95
Adobong Baboy
Pork cooked in a savory sauce served with white or fried rice
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$10.95
Pritong Tilapia
Fresh Tilapia deep fried in authentic seasonings served with white or fried rice and Asian vegetables
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$12.95
Pasingawan Tilapia
Fresh Tilapia wrapped in banana leaves and steamed in authentic Filipino seasonings and vegetables, served with
white or fried rice
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$12.95
Hipon Na May Broccoli
Large shrimp, broccoli, tomatoes, garlic, and onions served with white or fried rice

$13.95
Pancit
Filipino Noodles, julienned carrots, julienned cabbage, julienned green beans, boiled eggs, and sprinkled with green onions.
- Manok (Chicken) $10.95
- Baka or Baboy (Beef or Pork) $11.95
- Hipon (Shrimp) $13.95
Soup
Nilagang Baka
Beef cut into cubes with Asian vegetables served with white rice
$8.95
Tinolang manok
Chicken cut into bite size pieces with Asian vegetables served with white rice
$7.95
Sinigang Na Baboy
Pork with tamarind seasoning cut into bite size pieces with Asian vegetables and white rice
$8.95
American Entrees
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Verde Burger
Green chili, bacon, and cheese on a hamburger patty
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$8.95
All American Burger
Lettuce, tomatoes, and onions on a hamburger patty
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$8.95
Pastramburger
Pastrami, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles on a hamburger patty

$8.95
Thanksgiving Burger
Turkey, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles on a hamburger patty
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$8.95
Big Ben Burger
Roast beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles on a hamburger patty
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$8.95
Rise N Shine Burger
Ham, egg, & cheese on a hamburger patty
$8.95
Salad

Asian Chef
Ham, tomato, romaine lettuce, cucumbers, onions, black olives
and Asian dressing
$6.95
Children’s Menu
* Children 10 and under , includes a drink
Hamburger
Served with French Fries
$5.95
Cheeseburger
Served with French Fries
$5.95
Hotdog
Served with fresh Fruits
$4.95
Caribbean Appetizers

Zel Poule (Caribbean Wings)
Chicken wings seasoned in Caribbean spices
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Pate Boeuf (Beef Patties)
Three deep fried beef patties
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$3.95
Pate Poulet (Chicken Patties)
Three deep fried chicken patties
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$6.95
$3.95
Marinade Poulet (Chicken Fritters)
Entrees
All Entrees include your choice of two sides
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Poule Nan Sos (Chicken Creole)
Chicken in a special Creole sauce
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$8.95
Griot (Fried Pork)
Deep fried chunks of marinated pork
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$11.95
Cribich Nan Sos (Shrimp Creole)
Shrimp in a special Creole sauce
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$12.95
Tassot Boeuf (Fried Beef)
Deep fried chunks of marinated Beef
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$11.95
Cochon Nan Fou (Roasted Pork)
Caribbean style roasted pork butt

$11.95
Legumes (Vegetable Stew)
Eggplant, chayote, spinach, cabbage and lima beans seasoned in Caribbean spices
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$10.95
Legumes Ak Viann (Vegetable Stew With Meat)
Eggplant, chayote, spinach, cabbage and lima beans with pork and beef
$11.95
Sides
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Banann Peze
Fried Plantains
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Diri Cole
Rice and Beans
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$2.95
$2.95
Patate Fri
Fried Sweet Potatoes
$2.95
Beverages
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mtn. Dew, Lemonade, Raspberry Ice Tea, Sierra Mist,
Root Beer, or Dr. Pepper
 Coconut Juice (can)

Hot or Cold Tea
 Hot Cocoa

$1.50
$1.95
$1.75
$1.75
Desserts
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Turon
One ripe plantain, cut in half seasoned with brown sugar, wrapped in an egg roll and sprinkled with powdered sugar
$1.75
Leche Flan
A rich caramel custard
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$2.95
Dinner Roll Split
French bread, three scoops of ice cream, frozen strawberries, crushed pineapple, nuts, and chocolate syrup topped with whipped
cream and sprinkles
$3.95
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Brownie
A fudgy and decadent brownie

Ice Cream
Vanilla, Chocolate or strawberry
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$2.25
Pie
One slice of Apple, Key Lime, or Pecan

$1.50
Hawaiian Roll Ice Cream
A single scoop of ice cream in a Hawaiian dinner roll topped with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and sprinkles

$1.25
$2.25
Fruit Cocktail
Mix of diced and sliced fruit served in a light syrup
Add a scoop of ice cream for $1.25
$ 2.25
WELCOME TO YOUR LUCY'S RESTAURANT!!!
History and legend say that the Filipinos came from Indonesia and Malaysia. They founded villages and small
kingdoms in the 7,000 or so islands which make up the Philippines. The Chinese traders, Japanese fishermen, Dutch,
Por tuguese, and English adventurers also came to the islands. Later, the Spanish colonizers came. and named the
Philippines after their King. John Philip 11. and kept control of the country for almost four centuries until 1898.
The Americans came and saved the country from clutches of Spain. The Philippines obtained their independence from
America after 48 years in 1946. The history of the Philippines holds the interesting secrets of our lovely cooking. In
fact, you can say the reflection of our special Islands is in every bite of our cooking. There are four major groups that
our cooking is harnessed from.
1. Malay - Our food is basically of Malay origin.
2. Spain - centuries of Spanish rule have resulted in about 80- 85% of
Filipino dishes being of Spanish derivation.
3. Chinese - currently Chinese is the largest ethnic group in the
Philippines who have more influence of the way Filipinos cooking.
4. American influence - You could see our culture is a valuable
ingredient to our food.
Today, the Philippine cuisine continues to evolve as new techniques and style of cooking find their way into one of
the most active melting pots of Asia. We hope you enjoy the food and know that every bite is a piece of our history.
MABUHAY SA INYONG LAHAT!!!
Caribbean Cuisine History
Historically, Haiti won their freedom in 1804 from the French government. In order to fully appreciate Haitian food,
it would be enriching to learn about its history, to better understand its influences and its tasteful, yet diverse medley
of cuisine styles. Starting in 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered the Caribbean island for the first time, settling
with the Spanish for a good 25 years. The French colony imported many African slaves into the island to care for
their vast sugar cane crops, therefore, this is how Haiti obtained its African, Spanish and French culinary influences.
While the African cuisine offers exotic cuisine styles, the Spanish influence offers the spice and the French influence
offers refined recipes, creating a pretty unique cuisine.