Meet the Eats
Not sure what to get? Take a quick culinary spin around our Filipino family table...
then click below for the complete Southern Fried Lumpia Co. menu!
Allergen information: Our Lumpia is fried in soybean oil. Several of our items contain soy in the form of soy sauce and hoisin sauce. Lumpia wrappers are made of wheat flour. Turon is served with a drizzle of sweetened condensed milk, unless requested otherwise. Mac Salad contains egg-based mayonnaise.
Please ask if you have any other food sensitivities or allergen concerns!
Savory or sweet fillings rolled in a thin flour wrapper, fried to a delicate crispy crunch. Think you can eat just one?!
The Meat: seasoned ground beef and pork studded with garlic, onion, carrot, celery, and water chestnuts wrapped and fried until crispy. Devour as is or with a sweet chili dipping sauce for an added kick.
The Veggie: a seasoned filling of cabbage, carrots, celery, green beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and bean sprouts wrapped up and fried to perfection. The tastiest way to get your veggies!
Turon (banana & jackfruit): banana slices snuggled with pieces of sweet jackfruit in a lumpia wrapper and fried until crisp. Get it with a drizzle of sweetened condensed milk for an extra SoFriLumCo touch!
Apple: fresh apple pieces dusted with sugar and traditional apple pie spices, tucked into a lumpia wrapper, and fried to a light golden brown. Sprinkled with more cinnamon sugar...just because.
Widely considered the national dish of the Philippines, our Adobo is a pot of harmonious flavors: vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, bay leaves, black pepper, and a touch of sweetness simmer away with succulent, unctuous cubes of pork resulting in the perfect bite of down home Filipino cooking.
Formerly known as Chicken Sticks (but are now stickless!): tender chicken thigh pieces marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, sugar, and mirin (and a few other this 'n thats) to create a sweet, tangy chicken experience.
My family's symbol of celebration. No birthday, anniversary, holiday, or special occasion is without this vibrant, vegetabley mix of long rice noodles, cabbage, carrots, celery, and green beans. Luckily, here at SoFriLumCo, everyday is a celebration with friends and food so...Enjoy!
Another (slightly modified) usual suspect on my family's celebration table. This refreshing macaroni salad, dressed with mayo, juicy bits of pineapple, and flecks of sweet relish is the cool contrast to the hot plate of Filipino food you never knew you needed...til now.
I'd bet anyone who's walked into a Filipino home will instantly recognize the soothing aroma of this staple simmering in a futuristic-looking rice cooker. Served with Every. Thing. All. Day. Long.