West Meets East Pop-Up


The wife-and-husband team Dian and Francis Ang are on a mission to bring Filipino food to the masses with their pop-up restaurant Pinoy Heritage. On Friday, August 16th and Saturday, August 17th, they’re coming to Bambara to cook food from their roots (using fresh, local ingredients) with their friend and mentor Chef David Bazirgan. There will be a single seating at 7:00pm each night for a four-course meal, with some dishes served family style so the whole table can share the experience. It’s $60 for a seat, including food, tax, gratuity, and a welcome cocktail—cocktail pairings are available for an additional cost. Check out the food and drink menus down there, and click here for tickets for either of the two evenings of culinary adventure.

Passed Apps
Grilled Longanisa | Stone Fruit Atchara

Halibut Kinilaw | Pluots, Calamansi, Coconut Milk

First Course
Maine Lobster Lumpia | Pea Shoot Salad, Black Truffle

Second Course
Lamb empanada | Pinakurat, Market Greens

Third Course
Roast Suckling Pig | Sisig Fried Rice, Summer Bean Adobo

Banana Turon | Strawberry, Passion Fruit, Matcha

Thrilla in Manila
Bourbon, shiso, calamansi, coconut cream, pineapple, absinthe, li-hing mui

Kung Fu Pandan
Japanese Whiskey, sake, salted pandan, citrus, candy cap dust

Tropical Gangsta
Malted Milk Jack Daniels Whiskey, lambanog, ube, citrus, egg white, bitters

Leeward Negroni
Overproof Gin, coconut washed campari, pandan cordial

Back in Black
Bourbon Whiskey, Cognac, salted black sesame, cynar, licor 43, bitters

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