Heritage Dish of the Month
Chicken Galantina is a traditional Filipino yultide dish which traces its roots not to Spain but to Poland. A “galantine” is a classic Polish dish made of deboned poultry, stuffed with its own meat and an assortment of spices.
Chicken Galantine made its first appearance in Warsaw during the middle ages. It took hours to prepare this dish, owing to the tedious process of deboning a chicken, preparing its stuffing and cooking it to perfection.
Arroz Ecija: A new dining concept
ARROZ ECIJA…. a new restaurant specializing in Fil-Hispano cuisine.
Enjoy recipes inspired by life in the 1930s set amidst the vast rice plantations of Nueva Ecija.
In this small oasis in the city, we bring you back to a time when life was simpler and less frantic… a time when food was prepared slowly... and with cariño - taking all the time for the flavors to develop. A time when the menu changed with the seasons.
Now Open at the Arya Plaza, McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City.