San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Demonstration & Tasting, $25
Compared to other Asian cuisines, Filipino food has often been overlooked and underappreciated; but with its East Village debut in 2011 (and recently opened sister restaurant Jeepney), the powerhouse team behind Maharlika Filipino Moderno set out to change that, and successfully introduced authentic Filipino food—with its Malaysian, Chinese, Spanish, American, and indigenous influences—to NYC’s dining scene. Tonight, the Maharlika crew shares a few of the restaurant’s most popular regional Philippine dishes, and brings you closer to Manila… one bite at a time.
On the Menu: Garlic Rice; Filipino Fried Chicken & Ube Waffles; Gambas (Filipino-Style Shrimp); Kare Kare (Filipino-Style Oxtail Stew); Arroz Caldo (Savory Chicken & Rice Porridge).
Instructors: Chef-Owners Noel Cruz and Miguel Trinidad; Co-Owner Nicole Ponseca.
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When & Where
Bowery Culinary Center, Whole Foods Market
Increase your kitchen confidence!
Whole Foods Market’s Bowery Culinary Center offers classes for urban home cooks of all skill levels with some of NYC’s best chefs, artisans, and growers, including Whole Foods Market’s own in-store experts.
We are the only Whole Foods Market cooking school
in the entire Northeast region.
95 E Houston (at Bowery), Lower East Side, NYC
We are located on the second floor of the store, behind Whole Body.