Ready to try something new? Melissa Miranda’s highly anticipated restaurant Kilig has finally opened its doors. Here’s what we know so far and a look at the menu.

Kilig is located in the International District and is open five days a week, Monday to Friday. The new restaurant focuses on Bulalo and Pancit. It’s described as a “casual and bright space to share with your friends and family” with nostalgic food that “brings you back home to the Philippines.”

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When it comes to Bulalo, there are Beef Shank Soup and Mushroom Soup. For Pancit, choices include Bihon, Canton, Lug Lug and Kare Kare Dan Dan. You can also grab Lumpiang Shanghai and steamed rice.

They also have an inventive cocktail menu with drinks like an Ube Mojito and the “Beautiful” which consists of Remy and a beef broth shot. There are also non-alcoholic drinks like Tamarind Ginger Beer, and “Ube Cereal Milk” which consists of ube, pineapple juice, coconut Milk, and soda.

With that, enjoy Kilig!


Where: 710 8th Ave S
Hours: Monday-Friday 11 AM-7 PM