*On Mondays through Fridays, Dinner time will open upon reservation 17:00 - 20:00.
Kamay Kitchen is a bit different from other Filipino restaurants in Tokyo. Its Filipino dishes are served as part of teishoku. Teishoku is a type of Japanese set meal, where all of the dishes in the course are served together as a set. This makes it a good option for those who want to try Filipino cuisine but may be overwhelmed by unfamiliar dishes. Chicken adobo is considered a staple in Filipino cuisine and is definitely a fan favorite at this spot. Kamay Kitchen also serves authentic Filipino desserts such as halo halo, bilo bilo, and boko.