An assortment of our specialty dishes made with only the best ingredients to satisfy your cravings.
Pork bun stuffed with chunky meatball, chorizo and salted egg.
Pork bun stuffed with asado pork.
A noodle soup with a Chinese origin. A very popular pampabigat ng tiyan for many Pinoys. Comes in 2 flavors - beef and chicken.
Mami soup with combined flavor of beef and chicken.
A very popular stir-fried noodles in the Philippines. Always present and served in almost all birthday celebration and other occasions.
A special kind of noodles which originated in Malabon City Philippines. Made with round egg noddles flavored with reduced shrimp broth, annatto extract and fish sauce. Usually topped with sea foods, pork, crushed chicharon and other garnishes.
A beef (ox tripe) flavored rice soup.
A chicken flavored rice soup.
A plain rice soup (congee) with ginger, onion and garlic as ingredients. Usually topped with fresh egg.
Cubed pork and tofu with vinegar and onion with a squeeze of lemon juice or kalamansi.
Cubed tofu with vinegar and onion with a squeeze of lemon juice or kalamansi.
Skewered pork barbeque.
Skewered Party-Size Pork Barbeque.
Spring rolls made up of ground pork, onion, carrots, and spices bound together with eggs.
Spring rolls made up of mixed vegetables.
Kikiam is a fried meatloaf made with ground pork or chicken, vegetables and spices. A popular Pinoy snack.
A stuffed sausage with a Spanish heritage. One of the favorite in the Philippines.
Garlic flavored fried rice.
A yellow colored steamed rice cooked with annatto and turmeric powder.
Plain steamed rice.
A delectable menu for the picky eaters.
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An assortment of silog dishes perfect for salu-salo.
A special kind of sisig dish made up of grilled milkfish (bangus), onion, mayonaise, egg and lemon.
A very popular Filipino dish made up of fried rice and egg. Usually topped with other Pinoy favorites like tapa, tocino, etc...
Grilled Milkfish, Fried Rice & Egg
Smoked Beef, Fried Rice & Egg.
Fried Longganisa, Fried Rice & Egg.
Fried Sweet Pork, Fried Rice & Egg.
Adobo Pork, Fried Rice & Egg.
Embotido, Fried Rice & Egg
Lumpiang Shanghai, Fried Rice & Egg
Tinapa, Fried Rice & Egg
Cornedbeef, Fried Rice & Egg.
A combination of your favorite meals plus FREE Soda.
Bihon, BBQ and Shanghai
Special Goto and Tokwa’t Baboy
Special Mami, Asado Siopao
(add .50 for special siopao instead of asado)
Pansit Malabon, BBQ and Shanghai
Fried Rice, Egg, Longanisa and Bangus.
Fried Rice, Egg, Tapa and Bangus.
Fried Rice, Egg, Tocino and Bangus.
Fried Rice, Egg, Bacon and Longanisa
Steamed rice paired with a selection of delicious Filipino style dishes.
Crispy fried chicken served with hot steamed rice.
Kadok's specialty barbecue pork with steamed rice.
This is not an ordinary Kikiam served with steamed rice.
Special blood soup with rice. Definitely a must if you haven't tried it yet.
Stewed pork cubes cooked in tomato sauce served with hot cooked rice. The best!
Original recipe pork Sisig served with hot rice.
Original recipe Sisig Tilapia with steamed rice.
Inihaw or grilled but in Bacolod, they call it Inasal. Not your typical inihaw, this is better specially if served with delicious and healthy Java Rice.
Dive-in to these sweet and tasty treats specially made for you at Kadok's.
Fried sugar-coated banana wrapped in rice sheet.
Halo-halo in English means "mixed-in". A popular Filipino dessert with mixtures of shaved ice and evaporated milk and sugar with added ingredients such as boiled sweet beans, coconut, sago, gulaman and other fruits. We serve our halo-halo with ice cream on top.
Kakanin is a multi-colored rice cakes made from powdered or whole glutenous rice, sugar, coconut milk and other flavorings.
An assortment of many different kakanin or rice cakes. (Biko, Kalamay, Kutchinta Maja-Blanco Palitaw Pitsi-Pitsi).
Sago is made from powdered starch obtained from trunks of certain palms. Gulaman a jello obtained from certain seeweeds. Bring them together in glass of water with sugar and ice and you'll have the best tasting tropical drink.