TICKETS GO ON SALE TUES OCTOBER 23 @ 6PM
This Filipino tradition is called Kamayan which is a Filipino word that means to “eat with your hands”. Tayo creates an authentic Filipino feast using only your hands; without plates and utensils.
Long tables are set and covered in banana leaves, which act as substitute for plates. A bed of rice is placed on the banana leaves across the entire table to act as a foundation for the entrees.
Feast Menu includes:
White Rice w/ Garlic frito crumble & scallions
Rice Vinegar Cucumber Salad
Lumpia - Filipino Spring Rolls | ground pork and vegetables in an eggroll wrap
Filipino Pork BBQ | a sweet and sticky skewer of marinated pork grilled
Shrimp or Mussles
Longganisa | Filipino sweet pork sausage
Lechon Kawali | crispy roasted pork belly
Chicken Adobo | chicken thighs marinated and simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and black peppercorns
Dipping Sauces: Sweet Chili, Filipino sweet gravy, Chili Vinegar
(Menu subject to change based on availability at the time of event)