Filipino 5-course Supper Club with The Adobros

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The experience in a nutshell

Type of the event

Dinner, Filipino

Maximum guests

22 guests

Time of the event

7:00 PM (2.5 hours)

The host speaks

English, French

Why we love this experience

A brand new event series in collaboration with top London hosts
An authentic Filipino feast
A true supper club style event for up to 25 guests
See the menu
Bistek Tagalog (Vegan Alternative: Oyster Mushroom Tagalog)
Steak (or oyster mushrooms) marinated and fried with onions in soy sauce and calamansi, served in lettuce wraps with crispy onions and garlic-fried beans
A classic Filipino recipe that's an indigenisation of the Hispanic bistec encebollado, and one of the quick-and-easy dishes my mum used to make for the family

Pork Belly Adobo (Vegan Alternative: Aubergines, Tofu and Mushrooms)
Pork belly (or aubergines, tofu and mushrooms) simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, black pepper and bay leaves
The unofficial national dish of the Philippines that every family has a recipe of, and the defining flavour of my childhood
(Sulphites, soy)
Ensaladang Kamatis
Tomatoes, shallots, rocket and radishes in a sweetened coconut vinegar dressing
Inspired by the simple condiment my mum always used to served alongside adobo
Garlic Jasmine Rice
Rice infused with garlic oil
Garlic fried rice (sinangag) is a staple of Filipino breakfasts, and the scent always brings me back to many happy holidays in the Philippines (and lazy weekend brunches at home!)

Calamansi Snow
Granita made from the juice of the indigenous Filipino citrus
Calamansi is used in just about everything in the Philippines - sauces, marinades, garnishes, drinks, savouries, sweets - but one of my favourite ways of having it is as an icy and refreshing shake

Mango Cake
(Vegan Alternative: Vegan Mango Cake)
Twice-baked sponge cake topped with a caramelised mango crust
This cake was one of the first ones I learnt to cook - and adapt - from my mum, and pays homage to the mangoes that the Philippines is famous for
(Dairy, eggs)
Ube Ice Cream
Ice cream made from purple yam and coconut milk
Ube is an extremely popular dessert ingredient, and has found its way into all sorts of sweet things. Ube ice cream was one of my absolute favourites growing up in Hong Kong, and the ice cream I always looked forward to having on trips back to the Philippines

Brown Butter Polvoron
(Vegan Alternative: Coconut Polvoron)
Filipino non-baked pressed ‘shortbread’ with puffed rice, and bound with brown butter
Polvoron are popular pasalubong, or gifts that you bring home to friends and family to show them that you were thinking of them on your trip - a perfect treat to take home at the end of the night
(Gluten, dairy)
Cancellation Policy

You will not be eligible for a refund if you cancel your booking.

If you privatize the event, you will not be eligible for a refund.

$68 Price per guest