What is Kamayan
Kamayan is a traditional family style feast where a communal table is covered in banana leaves and piled with heaps of rice, meat, vegetables, and more.
Traditionally there is no silverware - you grab and eat everything with your hands.
True to Filipino tradition, the purpose of our Kamayan dinners is to bring the community together. You may find yourself sitting beside a complete stranger, but by the end of the shared dining experience we hope that all of our guests will leave as friends.
Our Kamayan dinners have been lauded as one of the most unique dining experiences in Columbus.
We look forward to welcoming all of you to our Kamayan table!
On the last Monday of every month, we host a Kamayan dinner with a changing theme and a unique menu. Our past Kamayan events have included seafood feasts, street food samplings, and even a whole lechon. This is easily our most indulgent event, so come hungry!
Check out our upcoming Kamayan events and buy tickets here
Every Thursday and Sunday night, our entire dining room turns into a Kamayan feast. We’ll have an a la carte menu of our classic favorites, so you can customize your Kamayan experience. Make a reservation in advance as slots fill up quickly!