Filipino Easter Feast

Supperclubs & Popups | Filipino | Pescetarian | Vegetarian | BYOB | Eat and Meet | Supperclub

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A year since Mae appeared on BBC for Mary Berry's Easter Feast, Mae showed Mary how to make Filipino Lechon (slow roasted pork belly) and how Filipinos celebrate Easter Sunday. Mae is recreating this dish with other traditional Filipino foods eaten during holy week.

Don't worry we are not going to start doing the rosary! It's all about the food. Expect authentic Filipino food presented modernly. Enjoy a welcome drink, 5 course meal and it's BYOB so bring your favourite drink! Bring your friends, family and work colleagues and experienced Philippines in the heart of London. 

 

 

Welcome cocktails or mocktail

Pritong Bangus

Milk fish marinated overnight in soy, vinegar, garlic and pepper. Pan fried and served with toyomansi (soy & calamansi) dip.

Ginataang Puso ng Saging

Banana blossom cooked with onions, garlic coconut milk

Mae's Lechon

Brined overnight. Slow roasted pork belly filled with lemongrass, spring onions, garlic, bay leaves and seasoning. Tied to keep the fillings in and slow roasted up to 6-8 hours. Served with homemade Atchara (pickled green papaya), homemade liver sauce and rice.

Kalamansi Sorbetes

Kalamansi also known as Calamundin is a citrus fruit widely cultivated in Philippines. Homemade kalamansi sorbet 

Braso de Mercedes

Soft and pillowy meringue filled with sweet decadent custard

 

*If you have given up some food for lent and it's on the menu, adjustments can be made for your experience

(Vegetarian options are available by request, please notify us when you book. Ingredients are subject to change depending on their availabilities.)

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