On Monday, September 25th - the Milagros Project and BOSFilipinos are joining forces to bring you a Filipino food and culture experience at Saus! There will be two seatings, 6:00PM and 8:15PM, and Chef Roland Calupe (from MP) will be walking guests through each of the menu items. Speaking of hapunan (Filipino for dinner)....
Tasting Menu Preview*
local scallops marinated in coconut vinegar, chili, and herbs
fried empanada made of rice flour and annatto with vigan style pork sausage, green papaya, and egg
savory wonton dumpling soup with shrimp, pork, and garlic
Chicken Inasal Steam Bun
grilled chicken marinated in lemongrass annatto and garlic in a steam bun with scallions and aioli
Pork Rib Adobo
braised pork ribs in soy sauce, spiced vinegar, palm sugar, bay leaves, and peppercorn
a Filipino meal wouldn’t be complete without garlic rice
Leche Flan with Lavender Ube Halaya
sweet egg custard with lavender scented purple yam sauce
*Unfortunately, for this event, there will be no substitutions available.
Tickets are only available through Eventbrite. If you have a party of two or more and you are not purchasing the whole group's tickets, please let us know in the notes section of the registration so we can try and accommodate you.
We strongly recommend public transportation, as Saus is just a couple minutes away from the Orange / Green line stop for Haymarket. Otherwise there’s a plethora of parking garages in the area.
Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before the event start date.
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More about Saus:
Known for their french fries and housemade dipping sauces, Saus is a fast-ish casual restaurant serving made-from-scratch food with a focus on condiments.
More about the Milagros Project:
The Milagros Project promotes Filipino food, beverage, and culture through media and dining events in Chicago, Boston, and NYC.
More about BOSFilipinos:
BOSFilipinos aims to elevate Filipino culture in the greater Boston area by creating and collaborating around Filipino and Asian American content, events, and educational programming.