• All-time Favorite Pinoy Breakfasts

  • Mix & Match - Take Two and It'll be Heaven for you!

  • Sizzling Specialties - Hot or Mild it will surely bring you back in time!

  • A-La-Carte - Can't figure what you want? Then try two to surprise you!

  • Merienda - In between meals and feeling hungry? This choices will take care of it!

  • Desserts - What is life without sweets?! Native desserts just how it's made!

  • Beverages - Quench your thirst with this refresing All-Pinoy Style drinks!


Our Location

95C Broadway Elmwood Park NJ 07407
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Business Hours

  • Monday:11:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday:Closed
  • Wednesday - Thursday:11:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Friday - Saturday:11:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Sunday:11:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Contact Nos.

You can reach us during business hours at
(201) 773-0975 or (201) 742-3708

Specials

  • Ginataang Langka

    Ginataang Langka $0.00

    Ginataang Langka – (Unripe Jackfruit in coconut milk) is one of the menus often served in a Filipino household. Aside from the unripe jackfruit and coconut milk, you could add pork, shrimp paste, fish or shrimps. Its a famous dish during Christian Lent season, skipping the meat part. It is a Catholic observance to abstain […]

  • Tapsilog is the term used when tapa, garlic-fried rice (sinangag), and fried egg (itlog) are combined into one meal, which is served primarily during breakfast.[1] The word tapa is related to the Sanskrit term tapas which means "heat".[2] In Tagalog, a restaurant that primarily serves tapa is called a tapahan, tapsihan or tapsilugan. According to some sources, tapsilog[3] and tapsihan[4] are colloquial slang words. However, these terms are used by those restaurants and many Filipinos of all social strata. Tapsilog and tapsihan, therefore, may be considered standard words in the Filipino language rather than slang.

    TAPSILOG $7.50

    Tapsilog is the term used when tapa, garlic-fried rice (sinangag), and fried egg (itlog) are combined into one meal, which is served primarily during breakfast. The word tapa is related to the Sanskrit term tapas which means “heat”. In Tagalog, a restaurant that primarily serves tapa is called a tapahan, tapsihan or tapsilugan.   According […]

  • Pusit Sisig

    Pusit Sisig $0.00

    PUSIT SISIG – fried squid with onions & hot peppers

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Pusit Sisig

Welcome to Mama Fina's

Mabuhay!

Allow us to serve you with delicious and authentic Filipino dishes that are carefully prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients available in the market.

We pride ourselves with tasty foods just like how it's made in our native country, so come and dig in, we assure you that you'll get the best for a price that won't break your budget

Tuloy lang po!