KAMAYAN: Indonesian Menu

The term “kamayan” is a Tagalog/Filipino word that means to “eat with your hands” which is how Filipinos ate before we were colonized by the Spanish who introduced utensils.

Although it is still a common way to eat at the table, kamayan was made popular by the “Boodle Fight” concept

– a custom adopted by Philippine military cadets where they ate off banana leaves at a communal table.

On March 28, 2020, we are excited to share our kamayan culture with you, but this time, it’s a little bit different.

Enjoy eating Indonesian food with your hands!

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