Ima's Kusina

Homemade Filipino Cuisine & Traditional Desserts

About.

Our Holy Grail

Ima’s Kusina is a Filipino cuisine store that aspires to bring the best of Filipino food and culture to the rest of the world. We make sure that our customers not only taste but also experience true authentic Filipino food, tradition and culture through our products.

We're the best.

from our kitchen

Traditional
Desserts

100% Pinoy. 100% Toothsome.

The Philippines is home to over 7,000 islands which are surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. It’s rich biodiversity makes for some of the most unique and flavorful desserts available.

Filipino
Cuisine

100% Pinoy. 100% Toothsome.

Ima’s Kusina is a delicious source of flavor from the Philippines. There are literally thousands of Filipino dishes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each dish can be a new experience for anyone with a taste for the cuisine

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Experience Philippines in your plate

In the land of opportunity, we’ve got a taste for our roots. Here’s what we brought you from the Philippines.

Our Resto

Lovely Provincial

We at Ima’s Kusina ensures to make your dining experience a memorable one – not only by the quality of our food,
but also with our service and ambience. We want you to come back again and again!

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Handmade

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Healthy

Our Roots

Bringing the taste of Philippines

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Homemade Filipino Cuisine

Ima’s Kusina is a matchless experience.The strict recipes have been passed down through the generations and are only shared with the closest family members. We’re keeping this tradition alive by letting you savor the taste of the Philippines on your plate.

The Feast

Explore our menu of Filipino dishes

We have a wide array of dishes that combine the best of Asian and Western influences.
Homemade Filipino cuisine is unique and has been described as one of the most flavorful of any Asian cuisine.

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Crispy Specials

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These crispy specials are flexible dishes that can be eaten alone and are also perfect with rice.

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Kakanin

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These are sweets made of glutinous rice and coconut milk, two ingredients that tropical countries like the Philippines have in abundance.

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Merienda

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These are light meals originated from Spain and a customary meal eaten in countries such as the Philippines.

What we make

the menu

Suman

traditional

Suman is Philippines’ version of rice cake. Suman is also known as “budbud” in the Visayan languages that dominate the central half of the country.

Suman Cassava

$6.50

grated cassava, brown sugar,
and coconut cream

Suman Lihiya

$6.75

glutinous rice, brown sugar,
and coconut cream

Ube Suman

$6.50

ube, glutinous rice, brown sugar,
and coconut cream

Latik & Gata

$6.50

curd of coconut milk, glutinous rice,
brown sugar, and coconut cream

Kakanin

Freshly made

The name kakanin is derived from two Tagalog words: “kain” (to eat) and “kanin” (rice). It’s an umbrella term for sweets made of glutinous rice and coconut milk, two ingredients that tropical countries like Philippines have in abundance.

Luna Tray

$24

sapin-sapin, kutsinta, puto
and maja blanca

Theasa Tray

$38

sapin-sapin, kutsinta, puto
and maja blanca

Cenen Tray

$24

sapin-sapin, kutsinta, puto
and maja blanca

Vilma Tray

$54

sapin-sapin, kutsinta, puto
and maja blanca

Crispy Specials

crunch & munch

These mouthwatering crispy specials are the pride of Philippines, present in every Filipino feast and picnics.

Belichon

$15/lb

rolled roasted pork belly,
stuffed with herbs and spices

Ukoy

$3.75

glutinous rice batter, unshelled small shrimp
and various vegetables

Chicharon

$11.25

fried pork rinds
served with vinegar

Turon

$1

thinly sliced bananas, dusted with brown sugar, rolled in a spring roll wrapper

Merienda

all-time favorites

The term merienda came from the Spanish merendar, which means “to eat snack.” It is usually eaten to relieve hunger when it is not yet lunchtime or dinnertime. 

Carioca

$3

sweet rice flour and sweetened
shredded coconuts

Turon

$1

thinly sliced bananas, dusted with brown sugar, rolled in a spring roll wrapper

Pancit Palabok

$7

rice noodles with thick yellow-orange sauce,
and various toppings

Tamales

$6.50

dough filled with various meats or beans, wrapped in banana leaves

We serve.

make our best

Location

1535 Landess Ave Ste 163 Milpitas, CA 95035

Contact

(408) 263-6734

E-mail

info@imaskusina.com