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Chilean Independence Day Feast: Dieciocho Chico

In-Person Nob Hill, San Francisco
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$45.00

Restaurant
Available for purchase,BYOW
Banquet (20+ Guests)
In-Person
We will be celebrating Chilean Independence Day with our first appearance to Feastly. Lil'18th has become a tradition in Chile, always occurring the weekend after Independence Day. Its an opportunity for those who can't attend the official celebrations or simply wish to prolong the festivities. Our food concept is Chilean Favorites served family style passed and shared for all to enjoy!

Menu detail

Empanadas Cameron Queso/ Fried Cheese and Shrimp Empanadas with Salsa Verde
Appetizer
Fried Bay Shrimp and Cheese Empanadas served with a green salsa made with cilantro, parsley, oregano, chiles, lemon and vinegar.
Pan Amasado/Country Bread
Small Plate
Pan Amasado literally means kneaded bread a rustic bread quite often seen on tables throughout the countryside of Chile.
Arrollado de Huaso/ County Style Pork Roll
Entree
Strips of pork marinated in traditional chilean spices (merken*, cumin, garlic and corriander) then wrapped in porkskin slow cooked to perfection. *merken is a Chilean condiment made of a Chilean hot pepper called Cacho de Cabra dried and smoked then ground to powder mixed with cumin and corriander seeds.
Papas Cocidos con Salsa Chilota y Romero/ Chilean Boiled Potatoes with Chilota and Rosemary Aioli
Entree
Boiled Potatoes with a Rosemary and *Chilota Seed Aioli. *Chilota seeds are a new culinary ingredient making their first appearance on the Chilean food scene only about 10 years ago. The seeds come from the Canelo tree which is considered a sacred tree to the indigenous Mapuche tribe of Chile.
Ensalada Apio Palta/ Celery and Avocado Salad
Small Plate
Celery and Avocado salad with Lemon juice and Avocado Oil.
Ensalada Chilena/ Chlilean Salad
Small Plate
Chiles most beloved salad. Heirloom tomatoes, yellow onions, yellow Chiles and cilantro.
Torta Merengue Lucuma/ Meringue Cake with Lucuma Cream
Dessert
Discs of Meringue layered with *Lucuma Cream. Lucuma is a fruit found in the Andean Valleys. It is used as a natural sweetener and has many nutricional benefits. Its flavor is reminiscent of maple.

Add-ons

Chilean Sauvignon Blanc by the glass
$8.00
Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon by the glass
$8.00
Chilean Sauvignon Blanc by the Bottle
$25.00
Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon by the bottle
$25.00

Chilean Independence Day Feast: Dieciocho Chico

In-Person Nob Hill, San Francisco
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)