Traditionally, Filipinos eat food with bare hands. It is a centuries old practice, and it is totally convenient for the traditional Filipino. If you want to have a try at it then you are very welcome to sample this eating method here at TIKIM.
Kamay is the Filipino word for hand. Kamayan means to either shake hands or since we’re talking about food and this particular restaurant it would mean eating using only your hands. TIKIM has placed this traditional way of eating with hands on a pedestal and turned it into a real art form.
Eating by bare hands is still practiced by Filipinos nowadays. But if you’re not really into it, TIKIM does have spoons and forks and knives to help you out with the eating. If you don’t want to spoil the interesting experience then try it a few times at first.
Come and visit us for more details!
FOR ORDERS and INQUIRIES:
Please call Ms. Vilma Rice at (817) 707 3779 OR +1 469-230-3909
Tue - Sat
11:00 AM to 7PM
11:00 AM to 6 PM