THE TASTING MENU
Savor Filipino is a Free Event - feel free to come in, experience the aromas wafting through the air, and enjoy our all-day entertainment line up. Feeling hungry? That's what we're all about! In addition to tastings, we will have a la carte items - everything is fine dining style!
BBQ - The Filipino Way
Grilled Organic Chicken Skewers. This is BBQ when a Filipino is talking about BBQ.
Sizzling marinated pork jowls. An indigenous Pampangan dish made recently famous by its sizzling contemporary.
A quintessentially Filipino dish made with Catch of the day marinated in vinegar, coconut cream, and peppers.
Hard boiled duck egg delicacy. The one you've heard about, but haven't tried yet...until now.
Lechon Baboy (bah-bouy)
Celebratory Roasted Pig. Need we say more?
Pancit Bihon (pahn-sit bee-hohn)
Stir fried rice noodles with chicken, shrimp, and fresh Calamansi. Also of Chinese origin, Pancit Bihon is one of dozens of varieties of noodle dishes commonly found in the Philippines.
Fried Pork Springrolls with garlic & vinegar dipping sauce. Of Chinese origin, Filipinized by going all-meat.
THE CARINDERIA (RESTAURANT)
Organic chicken braised in coconut vinegar with garlic, soy sauce, and bay leaf.
Tamarind Soup with Bangus (Milkfish Belly) and vegetables.
Kare Kare (kah-reh kah-reh)
Braised beef in a thick peanut sauce with blanched vegetables. Served with caramelized Bagoong (shrimp paste).
Blood stew with pork offal. The oft-called "chocolate meat" is a centuries-old standard in that nothing from the pig is wasted. Nothing.
Cake of rice flour and coconut milk. Native to the Philippines, often cooked on an open flame on a banana leaf.
Steamed sweet rice with coconut cooked in banana leaf. A throwback to the many ways of cooking, flavoring, storing, preserving, and transporting food in one go.
Sweet sticky rice dessert made with purple heirloom rice grains.
Ube Ice Cream (ooh-beh)
Sweet Purple Yam ice cream made locally by Ramar Foods
Halo Halo (hah-low hah-low)
A now-beloved "mix-mix" of sweet fruits and beans with shave ice and milk or coconut milk. Includes coconut, jackfruit, sweet chick peas, and azuki beans. Topped with a scoop of Ube Ice Cream.
San Miguel Beer
Pale Ale, Light, & Red Horse
Cocktails made with vodka fermented from coconut. Provided by Infanta.
A range of northern California wines by local vintners. The selection is designed to pair with Filipino cuisine.