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FikaCapitol Hills

Unit 1B Capitol Greenstreet Building, Capitol Hills Drive, Old Balara, Quezon City

Asian, Breakfast,Filipino

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Open M-Th, Su: 7AM-9:30PM; F-Sa: 7AM-10:30PM
Fika serves a menu of classic Filipino food from Paksiw and Giniling to Pancit Bihon and Fresh Lumpia. Bestsellers include their Fika Fried Rice, Pinakbet with Bagnet, and Monggo.

Fika Menu

  • Recommended Dishes

  • Breakfast

    • Beef Tapa

      This classic Filipino breakfast item is made with the best ingredients without any artificial seasoning.

      275.00

    • Lechon Kawali

      Crispy pork belly deep-fried in a pan or wok (kawali) it is seasoned beforehand, cooked then served chopped into pieces.

      280.00

    • Longganisa

      The dish comes with homemade pork sausage, a bowl of garlic rice, eggs and atchara made from grated unripe papaya and carrot as a side dish.

      250.00

    • Corned Beef Silog

      Corned beef paired with a bowl of fried rice and sunny side up egg is a perfect meal to start your day with a smile.

      270.00

    • Oatmeal Porridge

      This healthy whole grain lowers cholesterol, burns fat and fills you up with fiber, folate and potassium.

      95.00

    • La Paz Batchoy

      Batchoy is a noodle soup made with pork cubes, vegetables, boiled egg, and freshly made noodles. It is originated from the district of La Paz, Iloilo City.

      150.00

    • Lugaw

      A popular Filipino breakfast with chicken and egg topped with garlic and chives.

      135.00

    • Plain Omelette

      This dish consists of cooked beaten eggs folded in half and is served with bread, cherry tomatoes and white onion.

      105.00

    • Ham and Cheese Omelette

      A dish of cooked beaten eggs filled with a lot of ham and cheese. It is also served with bread, cherry tomatoes and white onion.

      155.00

    • Pork Tocino

      We serve it the Pinoy way with garlic rice, eggs and atchara. Try this with a cup of coffee while looking at the fantastic view of Capitol Hills Golf Club.

      250.00

    • American Pancake

      We serve our pancakes with our homemade pancake syrup that actually only contains two ingredients - honey and orange.

      145.00

    • Boneless Bangus

      Bangus, also called milkfish, is served with no bones. A bowl of garlic rice, eggs and atchara made from grated unripe papaya as a side dish.

      295.00

  • Appetizers & Soups

    • Pork Siomai

      Also called as Pork Dumpling. It?s a wonderful dish you can?t say no to because we made it without any artificial flavouring.

      210.00

    • Fresh Lumpia

      Also known as Fresh Spring Roll, it is composed of different vegetables like (carrot and green beans) with soft wrapper garnished with sweet sauce, fried nuts and garlic.

      210.00

    • Pork Crackling

      Crispy deep fried pork skin served in strips with vinegar dip on the side. A great accompaniment to your cold San Miguel Beer while watching the overview of Quezon City.

      135.00

    • Chicken Inasal

      It is a grilled chicken dish and one of the well-known Ilonggo dishes. The special marinade and basting sauce makes this dish extra special.

      255.00

    • Lumpiang Shanghai

      Also known as Filipino Spring Rolls, these lumpia is filled with ground pork and vegetables.

      195.00

    • Gising Gising

      Literal translation is ?wake up, wake up?. It will truly wake you up because of its spiciness. This dish consists of pork and green beans dish cooked in coconut milk.

      140.00

    • La Paz Batchoy

      Batchoy is a noodle soup made with pork cubes, vegetables, boiled egg, and freshly made noodles. It is originated from the district of La Paz, Iloilo City.

      150.00

    • Monggo

      In English, it is known as Mung Bean. It is a Filipino?s favourite dish. In Fika, we serve it with pork chicharon and tinapa. It can be also go with rice to fill up your tiring day.

      140.00

    • Sinigang na Baboy

      Also called as Pork Sinigang, it?s a traditional Filipino soup dish known for its sour flavour. It is mouth-watering, braised pork ribs with tamarind as a main souring ingredient.

      190.00

  • Vegetables Noodles & Rice

    • Laing

      It is a vegetable dish made with dried taro leaves, coconut milk, and chili peppers. So if you like spicy foods, it is an appetizing food for you.

      135.00

    • Ginataang Gulay

      Ginataan alternatively spelled guinataan, a Filipino terms means cooked in coconut milk. A creamy and delicious dish with shrimp, squash and string beans.

      160.00

    • Tortang Talong

      An eggplant omelette wherein grilled eggplants are soaked in a beaten egg mixture and then fried. Serve with ensalada and salted egg.

      125.00

    • Pancit Luglog

      Luglog uses thicker noodles than the traditional bihon of a Pancit Palabok. It is topped with hard-boiled egg, shrimp, chives and a flavoured sauce.

      195.00

    • Pancit Bihon

      Pancit literally means noodles while Bihon is what the thin rice noodles used are called. This Filipino-style noodles is topped with some chicken liver and different vegetables.

      195.00

    • Fika Fried Rice

      We make it with fresh Chinese sausage, green peas, pork, egg and veggies.

      135.00

    • Garlic Rice

      It is rice bursting with the flavor and aroma of garlic. Fresh garlic has a significant and greater effect on restoring good blood.

      55.00

    • Binagoongan Rice

      An easy and simple rice dish made up of fried rice, pork and river spinach topped with salted egg and ensalada.

      135.00

  • Main Courses

    • Inihaw na Liempo

      It is marinated pork that is grilled until perfectly done. It is the best pulutan to a bottle of San Mig while having fun with your family or friends.

      310.00

    • Pork Dinuguan

      It s a type of Filipino stew made of pork meat cooked in pig?s blood. It is served only with chicharon bulaklak. It is best when you pair it with a bowl of rice.

      240.00

    • Bistek

      It is the Filipino version of beef steak. It has thinly sliced beef cooked in flavourful beef stocks.

      300.00

    • Fried Chicken

      Not only for the kids! Our crispy fried chicken is coated with our seasoned flour. Here at Fika, we serve it with homemade gravy and plain boiled white rice.

      270.00

    • Paksiw na Bangus

      Also called as stewed milkfish in vinegar and veggies. This seafood dish is best eaten with steamed rice.

      285.00

    • Binagoongang Baboy

      Also known as pork in shrimp paste. It is a pork dish, cooked in shrimp paste that is perfect to eat with a lot of white rice.

      260.00

    • Giniling

      A ground pork stewed in tomato sauce with carrots and potato topped with quail eggs.

      260.00

    • Pinakbet with Bagnet

      It is stewed vegetables of eggplant, bitter melon (ampalaya), okra, squash, string beans and tomatoes and seasoned with bagoong isda and bagnet on top.

      265.00

    • Lechon Kawali

      A well known Filipino dish. Crispy pork belly deep-fried in a pan or wok (kawali) it is seasoned beforehand, cooked then served chopped into pieces. With a dip of Mang Tomas!

      300.00

    • Menudo

      The main ingredients of this are pork and liver, it also has potato, carrot, sausage and tomato sauce.

      225.00

    • Bangus Steak

      Filipino Fish Steak is the Fish version of Bistek Tagalog, Filipino Fish Steak makes use of boneless bangus and has white onion. You will enjoy eating this with rice!

      285.00

    • Kare Kare

      Complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are oxtripe and pata, sliced. Topped with string beans, eggplant, pechay and banana heart.

      325.00

  • Pulutan

    • Pork Crackling

      Crispy deep fried pork skin served in strips with vinegar dip on the side. A great accompaniment to your cold San Miguel Beer while watching the overview of Quezon City.

      135.00

    • Gising Gising

      Literal translation is ?wake up, wake up?. It will truly wake you up because of its spiciness. This dish consists of pork and green beans dish cooked in coconut milk.

      140.00

    • Dinakdakan

      Is an Ilocano delicacy made with grilled pork parts such as the face, ears, liver and tongue.

      140.00

    • Adobong Mani

      Is a well known street food and widely used as Pulutan. Deep-fried peanuts in delicious garlic-flavoured and best served in extra spicy.

      70.00

    • Sisig

      Is a Filipino dish made from parts of pig head and liver. Deep fried meats are then chopped into small pieces, usually seasoned with calamansi, mayonnaise, oyster sauce and chillies.

      150.00