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The experience in a nutshell
Type of the event
Number of guests
2 to 30
Time of the event
6:30 PM (3 hours)
A word about the experience
Asian Chef Jon Villar welcomes you to The Kings Head - an exclusive private members club on Kingsland Rd in the heart of Shoreditch.
'Salo-salo' is a gathering and eating together, a traditional way of Filipino dining, where all the dishes are served on banquet style platters in the middle of the communal dining tables in one of the private dining rooms.
Taste the beauty of Filipino cuisine at its best - vegan style!
The Venue: Concealed beneath the facade of a derelict public house, the King’s Head is a haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Inside guests will find an array of unique spaces and dinner will take place in one of the fantastical private rooms. Guests must be 18+ to attend this venue.
Why we love this experience
Complimentary glass of Don Papa Rum on arrival - a Filipino rum cocktail
Meet Chef Jon and hear the inspiration behind his innovative Filipino vegan menu
Wine and cocktail list available on the night
Dine in an exclusive members club in Shoreditch, in one of the fantastical private rooms
Head to the sumptuous lounge bar after dinner for a digestif
Dine Filipino style - where all the dishes are served on banquet style platters (you will not be sharing with other diners, only your group)
See the menu
Lumpiyang Sariwa ( soft crepe spring roll with hearts of palm, sweet peanut and garlic sauce )
Crispy Dynamite Lumpiya ( kapiya pepper stuffed with mushrooms and vegetables, wrapped in pastry)
Sisig ( stir fried shiitake, king oyster mushroom, chilli, ginger, garlic & soy, served on a sizzling platter )
Kilawin ( banana blossom ceviche style with kalamamsi, chilli, ginger, onion, lemongrass and coconut cream )
Laing ( stewed taro leaves, stalks & roots with fresh coconut, served on tofu toast )
6 Empanada Ilocos ( a northern Philipine specialty, rice flour and anatto pastry filled with vegan sausage and pickle papaya )
Adobo sa Gata ( marinated tempeh cooked in soy, rice vinegar, garlic and black peppercorns. enriched with coconut cream )
Pinakbet ( Filipino style ratatouille with bitter melon, aubergine, Delica Pumpkin, okra and snake beans )