Filipino Cuisine Pop-Up at Parsnip


Craving a little Filipino to cure your cold weather blues? On Thursday, January 16th, Parsnip’s Chef Jeffrey Salazar is channeling his heritage and inviting his friends at BOSFilipinos for a night celebrating this delicious and underrepresented cuisine. Choose from two seatings at 6:00 and 8:00pm and bring your friends to dig into a selection of authentic appetizers followed by a family-style feast including whole fried tilapia, smoked pork adobo, and fried banana spring rolls with queso ice cream for dessert. Tickets are $90 and include your meal plus soft drinks (specialty cocktails will be available a la carte); click here to scope the full spread and sign up.


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Scallop & Rock Shrimp Kinilaw – aromatics, chili, calamansi

Sinigang – sour tamarind, shrimp, daikon, long beans, pearl onions, crispy rice balls

Main Dishes

(served family style)

Whole fried tilapia with Maldon salt

Pinakbet – squash, eggplant, yard beans, bitter melon, shrimp paste, okra

Smoked pork adobo – smoked baby back ribs, cane vinegar & soy sauce

served with sinangag (garlic fried rice) and Filipino sasawans


(served family style)

Mini turon – fried banana spring rolls

Queso ice cream

Sans rival – cashew dacquoise cake

Specialty Cocktails will be available

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