VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — Original cuisine Kainan in Virginia Beach is redefining the Filipino buffet.
It’s an all day, every day Filipino all-you-can-eat feast.
Offering more than 30 home-cooked style dishes kapampangan style, from seafood to pork sisig.
The buffet table offers something for everyone’s palate.
These Filipinos drove 6 hours from Greensboro, North Carolina just to check out what the buzz is all about at Kainan.
“So talagang bumiyahe kayo just to come here. Yes, just to come here, this is my first time, this is nice and the food is good,” said Gigi Ash from Greensboro. “Sumugod na kami isang van… delicious, food is good, I have ot go back and eat more.”
Contrary to the popular belief that Filipino food needs to be plated in a fancy, Instagram-ready kind of way to go mainstream — non-Filipinos have been frequenting Kainan have been digging in.
Thanks in part to the Filipino cuisine buzz in the US food world, and to the shoutouts from Food TV hosts Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern.