Supper Club

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#FiliFoodFridays| 29 June 2018 | 7:00pm | 54 Warren St. | £40/p

PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION! Filipino Food Festival London

In collaboration with Philippine Airlines ‘Filipino Food Festival London’ Event
Use our discount code (20% off): PEPEFLYPAL18

Limited seats so book early.

After the success of April and May #filifoodfridays it will be rude not to continue in June!

Join us and enjoy a Filipino dining experience for a very special evening to celebrate and mark the Philippine Independence. The ticket price includes pre-dinner drinks from 7pm served alongside canapés. At 7.30pm you will be invited to take your seat for dinner.

Born in Philippines, Mae is very passionate about authentic Filipino food. Growing up in the Philippines she learnt how to cook from her late father ‘Pepe’ and her relatives using fresh local ingredients (literally in the back garden). Join Mae and experience the Philippines through her food memories and discover flavours of the islands.

On Arrival

Pre-drinks and a selection of canapes

Red Horse Beer or Don Papa Rum: Boracay Cocktail

Abobo pate – chicken liver marinated and cooked in soy, vinegar, bayleaves and garlic. Served on a blini

Lumpia – deep fried springrolls filled with minced pork, springonions served with homemade mango & chilli sauce

Starter

Kinilaw – fresh spanish mackerel in calamansi juice, ginger, red onions, coconut vinegar topped with chilli and coriander leaves

Main

Lechon – Pork Belly brined overnight then slow roasted filled with lemongrass, bayleaves, spring onions, garlic and seasoning. (as seen on Mary Berry’s Easter Feast)

Steamed Jasmine rice

Atchara – Homemade green papaya pickle with carrots, bell peppers, onions, garlic, black pepper corns and ginger

Lechon Sauce – homemade liver sauce

Desert

Braso de Mercedes – Soft Meringue roll with Ube (purple yam) custard fillings.

Langka Ice cream – Homemade Jackfruit Ice cream

(Menu is subject to change depending on the availability of the ingredients / Please let me know if you have any food allergies)

 


#FiliFoodFridays| 27 July 2018 | 7:00pm | TBC | £25/p

KAMAYAN  |  BOODLE FIGHT

 

 

Contact us for more information or to reserve your seats!


#FiliFoodFridays| 31 Aug 2018 | 7:00pm | TBC | £25/p

KAMAYAN  |  BOODLE FIGHT

Contact us for more information or to reserve your seats!


How to book? Option 1. Follow the link by clicking on “Book Here” OR  Option 2. To book a place, please email Mae at info@pepes-kitchen.co.uk with the number of guests. Once your booking is acknowledged, please confirm by paying a deposit of £/pp (details to be provided) and the remaining is paid in cash so don’t forget to bring cash on the night. Please inform us if you or your guest have any food allergies/food restrictions. Whilst we really do hope that you don’t (as it will break our hearts), cancelling without penalty can be done up to 48 hours before the event, and can be done at the loss of your deposit afterwards. We look forward to meeting you and introducing you to Filipino food. Mabuhay! Kumain ka na?

Private Supper club 20% Off for a group of 8-12 people
Bespoke intimate dinner for you, your family and your friends (even for your co-workers as a team night out!) at Mae’s home in Baker Street, Marylebone booked between the dates of 5th – 30th June.
Mae will a tailor a menu of your favourite Filipino dishes made up of a Welcome cocktail, an appeetiser, a Starter, a Main and a Dessert. You can decide on a theme for your dinner or we can surprise you! Usually £35 per person.
Group larger then 12 people can still avail the discount but there maybe an extra cost for venue. Please contact me for details,
T&C’s: Only valid for 1 year (30 June 2018 – 30 June 2019) subject to availabilities. Days are only Thursdays to Sundays. Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal and Pescetarian Menu available.

4 Comments

  • Reply
    Kriselda
    26/05/2018 at 10:00 pm

    Mae’s popup was such a welcome find; bringing a burst of homemade warmth and authentic yet innovative Filipino food to big ol’ Londontown.

    This was mine and my friend’s first supper club and much to our surprise we had both actually tasted Pepe’s Kitchen at one of their longer events at a pub in Soho over 5 years ago!

    The food was just as delicious and nostalgic as back then, however this time we got to meet the lovely, down-to-earth couple behind it, who not only exuded a passion for presenting a diverse spectrum of regional cuisine, but who handcrafted a delightful experience for their guests, one which embraced Filipino culture and heritage and served it to you in a fun, smooth choreography, literally even, starting with a surprise show of traditional dancing!

    Tiny touches and flourishes adorned an already memorable (and delicious!) night; a charming table sprawled with banana leaves and fresh spring flora, a flower each making their way into our welcome cocktails of guava and calamansi, cute little jars of buko jam to take away as we closed with a shot of homemade rum and laughter around the table of newfound Fili-loving friends.

    Thank you for making me a supper club fan and reigniting a fervour for celebrating my parents’ home land in all its colourful tastes, traditions and spirit of togetherness.

    • Reply
      pepeskitchen
      28/05/2018 at 1:43 pm

      Hi Kristina,

      Thank you for your feedback! I can’t believe you came to my Popup years ago and how time flew by!

      I’m so glad you enjoyed yourself. Sometimes I really worry about my guests who have special dietary requirements due to allergies. I worry that I can’t fully deliver on taste and it would mean I can’t give you the whole experience. So I’m happy you enjoyed the food too!

      All the best with the wedding plans and hopefully see you again soon!

      Mae xx

  • Reply
    Richelette Argones
    17/05/2018 at 4:12 pm

    Lovely Host, delicious food, gorgeous setting, i cannot fault it. Mae is very welcoming and is one hell of a chef. The menu was well thought out and we were even provided with games and entertainment. The dinner was very insightful as we learnt about different filipino dishes and where they originated from. I will definitely be at the next supper club!

    • Reply
      pepeskitchen
      28/05/2018 at 1:33 pm

      Hi Richelette,

      Thank you for your feedback! I’m glad you enjoyed my popup, it’s always great to hear that my guests enjoyed the food and our company.

      Again congratulations on your wedding, it was lovely meeting you and your hubby Troy. Best wishes to you both!

      See you again soon!

      Mae xx

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