Filipino Pop-Up at B3

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Sometimes it’s important to eat outside your comfort zone. B3’s Executive Chef Jeffrey Salazar is digging into his Filipino roots for a pop-up event in partnership with fellow islander and Cross Cultures founder Cheryl Tiu to promote global community and intercultural relations through really, really good food. On Tuesday, September 18th, come feast on recipes and treats from the Philippines, including snacks like Green Mango with Shrimp Paste, a sample of some classic street foods, and entrees like Chef’s Mom’s Sweet and Sour Fish, Smoked Ribs with Adobo Sauce, and a lot more (seriously, it’s a ton of food). Tickets are $65, including all of your food plus live tunes from the Berklee School of Music. There isn’t a lot of Filipino food in Boston, so don’t miss your chance to get some. Call the restaurant at 617.997.0211 for your seat, and check out the full menu below.

Menu (all to share):


Green Mango with Shrimp Paste
Green Mango on a stick with Shrimp Paste

Adobong Mani
Peanuts Sautéed with Crispy Garlic and Thai Chili’s


Spicy Sisig
Pork Head Bits, Aromatics, Chili’s, and Raw Egg on Sizzling Platter

Sweet Potato and Carrot Fritters with Shrimp and Chili Vinegar Sauce


My Mother’s Sweet and Sour Fish
Crispy Fried Tilapia with Sweet and Sour Sauce

Smoked Ribs with Adobo Sauce – 3 Pieces
Filipino Spices Dry Rub, Smoked for 6 Hours, Adobo Sauce

Fried Chicken with Gravy
Fried ¼ Chicken with Brown Chicken Gravy and Banana Ketchup


Jackfruit Cornbread
Southern Style Cornbread with Jackfruit

Carolina Steamed Rice with Crispy Garlic and Achuete Chicken Oil
Steamed Carolina Gold Rice with Crispy Garlic Flakes and Achuete and Chicken Oil Blend

Vegetable Chop Suey
Carrots, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Bell Peppers, Baby Corn, with Quail Eggs in Light Oyster Sauce Based Sauce


Sweetened Banana and Jackfruit wrapped in Spring Roll Wrapper and Fried until Golden Brown

Leche Flan
Creamy Egg Custard with Light Caramel Syrup

Buko Salad
Filipino Style Fruit Salad with Coconut, Fruit Cocktail, Grapes, and Apples in Condensed Milk and Heavy Cream Sauce

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