the restaurantA breif history about the Philippine tradition way of eating.
Malinamnam could mean so many things, amongst these are – tasty, delicious, savory, sweet, spicy and dainty, which our restaurant is named. The idea of Malinamnam Restaurant came from the Philippine tradition way of eating called “Boodle Fight”. This Filipino tradition of eating originated from the military where a big pile of food is served in the middle of a long table where every hungry soldier eats with their hands symbolizing of brotherhood and equality in the military.
In our restaurant, food will be served fresh on top of a banana leaf making it one of a kind and unique experience of dining. As for the dishes there are no set rules in what to add – but the favorite ones are the charcoal grilled meats like fish, chicken and pork. With all these meats, fruits will be served to serve as a balancer to the salty and oily viands so it’s very usual to see pineapples and mangoes. Normally, you would use your hands to eat but, in our restaurant, there is of course a choice to use cutlery - but no plates! The point of this is to make eating more like a gathering and enjoying by sharing food.
Malinamnam's specialsExplore the Philipino cuisine and culture – first hand.
LechonA dish made by roasting a whole piglet over charcoal for 4-5 hours.
It is often cooked during special occasions. Seasoned with lemon grass, spring onions, red onions, garlic, salt and pepper placed inside the pig’s belly to intensify the taste inside and out.
"Boodle Fight"The fight refers to grabbing and eating as much as the soldier can before others grab them or runs out.
There are no utensils used when eating and you will use your bear hands to eat. This is not a fine dining experience but it’s much more exciting doing this rather than how everyone normally eats here in Denmark.
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Our menuA selection of traditional Philippino dishes.
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