Come join The Adobros and celebrate the 124th anniversary of the Philippines' declaration of independence from Spain!
This Sunday 12th June, we will be taking over the kitchens at Pamela in Dalston in order to bring you a veritable lunchtime FEAST. Drawing upon the Cebuano heritage of Mark's wife, we will be serving up a HIKAY (Cebuano for 'prepare a feast') that showcases some of our most favourite dishes from the island of Cebu.
With Don Papa Rum cocktails available from the bar, and a multi-course feast on the table, we feel that this event will capture the best of the Filipino food culture we grew up with: the warm welcome, the social sharing, the festive feasting and, of course, the distinctively delicious flavours of our take on Filipino classics.
Pourquoi nous aimons cette expérience
Sunday lunch celebration of Philippine Independence Day
Multi-dish sharing menu showcasing some of our favourite dishes from Cebu in the Philippines
A fine selection of drinks, including Don Papa Rum cocktails, available to purchase from the team at Pamela
An opportunity to learn more about the food culture and people of the Philippines
Voir le menu
Meat-free options available, but unfortunately we will not be able to cater for other dietary requirements However, the menu is completely nut-free
Bar snacks A selection of snacks to whet your appetite (and to go with your drinks!) (Contains trace gluten)
Usa - One
Vegetable Ngohiong Battered and deep-fried vegetable spring rolls, flavoured with five-spice powder. A popular streetfood in Cebu City. (Contains gluten, soy)
Linarang na Isda Fish sauteed with aromatics then finished off in a sour broth with fermented black beans. A version from Cordova was featured on Netflix's Street Food series. (Contains fish, soy)
DUha - Two
Lechon Belly Roll Cebu-style pork belly roll: juicy and tender meat rolled with lemongrass and other aromatics, cooked for 36 hours and then deep-fried until crispy. Served with home-spiced vinegar. A celebration of lechon, the whole roast pig that is perhaps Cebu island's most famous dish. (Contains sulphites)
Bam-I Two kinds of noodles stir-fried with vegetables and seafood. A local pancit variant much-loved in Cebu City. (Contains gluten, soy, sulphites, crustaceans)
Nangka nga Tinuno-an Young jackfruit salad with a vinegar and coconut milk dressing. A common vegetable dish in the uplands of Cebu island.
Tulo - Three
Calamansi Snow Refreshing palate cleanser made with the juice of the popular Filipino citrus
Upat - Four
Torta de Cebu Fluffy lardy cakes with a hint of aniseed, brushed with sugar-butter. A fiesta favourite, particularly in the south of Cebu island. (Contains gluten, egg, dairy)
Bocarillo Candied shredded young coconut. A common pasalubong (gift to take home) available from roadside stalls, particularly in the south of Cebu island.
Sikwate Hot chocolate made using tablea (100% cacao). Cacao trees proliferate in the south of Cebu island.