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65 $US par invité
5.0/5
(35)

Filipino food tour and dinner in the East Village

Organisé par Raf

L'expérience en bref

Type d'événement

Promenade culinaire, Philippine

Nombre d'invités

De 4 à 6

Horaire

18:00 (3.5 heures)

L'hôte parle

English, Tagalog

Menu

Appetizer

Sizzling Sisig

Finely chopped pork on a sizzling plate, garnished with pork rinds and fresh onions.


Entrees

Pansit Bihon

Rice noodles, chicken, carrots, celery, water chestnut, and egg

Sinigang na Isda sa Miso

Salmon, prawns, vegetables, crushed taro, tamarind, miso broth

Kare-kare

Oxtail braised in peanut sauce, long beans, eggplant, and bokchoy

Sinangag

Fried rice with garlic chips and garlic oil


Dessert

Halo-halo

Shaved ice with purple yam (ube) ice cream, rice crispies, sweet beans, banana, coconut, and flan

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Ils en parlent

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Larsjanvier 2020
5.0/5
Raf was an enthusiastic and excellent host! We enjoyed a delicious meal and learned a lot about the Filipino history and kitchen. This tour is 100% recommended, you won’t regret it.
Ariananovembre 2019
5.0/5
As a Filipino American, I was curious to learn more about my culture and its food from a host who has made waves in New York's Filipino Food Movement. Host Raf didn't disappoint by any means. While at his experience, he made sure everyone was welcomed and comfortable, re-introduced our itenerary and menu, faciliatated fun discussions along with trivia, and explained each dish as we ate. I could tell that Raf has put so much passion and care into his tours and anyone who attends, Filipino or not, can learn and eat something new.
Alicianovembre 2019
5.0/5
Wonderful host and yummy food! Raf is so passionate about sharing his culture
Luciooctobre 2019
5.0/5
It was an amazing experience. We started off at a small Filipino grocery store, the only one in Manhattan, and then walked to nearby Filipino restaurants. We were seated immediately and our food arrived shortly after. At each and every stop, we received interesting bits of information regarding the Philippines, their cuisine, and about the establishments themselves. All the food was eaten family style, so you sample a bit of everything from the signature Adobo to sisig to my favorite Filipino dessert Halo-Halo! Raf was a great host and did a wonderful job explaining not only the cuisine but customs as well. He helped make our small group gel and created a fun and enjoyable experience. I highly recommend this experience to small groups that are visiting NYC and are staying in Manhattan. I will certainly return to the restaurants we visited. Thank you once again, Raf!

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