Lumpia are different types of spring rolls found in Indonesia and the Phillippines. Lumpia are wrapped in paper-like pastry skin called rice paper. They contain savory mixtures of beef, pork, or chicken and deep fried until golden brown. Lumpia was introduced by Chineses settlers to Indonesia during colonization in the 19th century.
In the Philippines, lumpia is one of the most common dishes served in gatherings and celebrations.