The first in the series of dinners will start with a kamayan of traditional foods. A kamayan is the Filipino tradition of eating with your hands. Future dinners will explore different regions of Philippines in a progression from casual traditional to modern fine dining interpretations.
Special pop ups will feature cultural cross-overs with Filipino cuisine that will pique your curiousity. We can’t wait to share our food with you. Salamat.
*Because of the nature of the dinner, food preferences and sensitivities cannot be accommodated. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Thanks for understanding.
Sunday, October 1st, 4pm – 7pm | $55pp | at the beautiful co-working space, Downtown Works in Little Italy
Check out the video below from our friend Nicole Ponseca who has been creating kamayan feasts for NYC slickers for years! She’ll nshow you how to eat with your hands 😉
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Hello, my name is Marie. I am a publicist by day and weekend writer. This is my blog, where I post about my journeys, the wonderful events in my beautiful corner of the world and the food of the region which is gaining in its recognition of San Diego, Tijuana and Valle de Guadalupe. Enjoy.