Filipino Feast x Eric Pascual

In-PersonSoMa, San Francisco


Banquet (20+ Guests)
hawaiian, filipino, californian
Join us for a one time collaboration between Chef Eric Pascual of Eats by E and the team at Farming Hope. This meal is a reflection of the seasonal bounty from Imperfect Produce, combined with Eric's Filipino and Hawaiian cuisine. Farming Hope is the soup kitchen turned on its head - we are a culinary training program that hires transitional homeless folks to garden and cook with the food we grow. Chef Eric Pascual is a Bay Area native, whose passion for cooking was fostered during summers spent with his grandparents in Hawaii. Inspired by his grandfather's communal meals sourced form the backyard, Eric has developed dishes that reflects his upbringing, travels, and Filipino culture. *Our dishes change based on what’s most fresh and available at Imperfect Produce. The following menu is a guideline of what you will enjoy!

Menu detail

Lumpia is the Filipino version of a fried spring roll. We will be preparing two flavors: Shanghai - ground chicken with julienned vegetables Shrimp - butterflied shrimp, herb-infused spread, garlic, scallions
Small Plate
Mixed greens, radishes, tomatoes, citrus vinaigrette, coconut-garlic croutons
Chicken Adobo
Chicken Thighs simmered in soy sauce, garlic, bay leaves and black peppercorns Served with Jasmine Rice
Vegetables stewed in coconut milk, ginger, garlic, lemongrass and salted shrimp paste
A Filipino noodle dish made with rice and egg noodles, chicken, shrimp, and julienned vegetables. Served with chicken chicharon (fried chicken skin) and lemon wedges.
Bibingka is a lightly sweet, moist cake made with rice flour, coconut milk and baked in a pan lined with banana leaves. Served with fruits from Imperfect Produce

Filipino Feast x Eric Pascual

In-PersonSoMa, San Francisco
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)