Vegan Kamayan Feast

Humbolt Park, Chicago


Small (4-10 Guests)
vegan, filipino, asian
Vegan, Vegetarian
This isn't your typical feast. A Filipino Kamayan dinner is known for the unforgettable experience of eating copious amounts of food with your hands. That's right; no utensils needed. Mingle with your fellow guests before taking a seat at the communal table. In front of you will be a mouthwatering display of classic Filipino dishes — all with a plant-based twist — thoughtfully placed on banana leaves. Kain Tayo (let's eat)!

Menu detail

Vegetable Lumpia
A mixture of shiitake mushrooms, green beans, jícama, green onions, and carrots lightly fried in a rice wrapper served with garlic soy sauce.
Oyster Mushroom Calamari
Panko breaded oyster mushrooms baked and lightly pan fried with dipping sauce.
Jackfruit Sinigang Soup
This hearty stew is a popular dish in the Philippines. Jackfruit, potatoes, and spinach are simmered in a delicious soup flavored with tamarind extract, tomatoes, and onions.
Sisig Shiitake Tofu
Crispy baked tofu and shiitake mushrooms, marinated in soy sauce, garlic, lime, peppercorn, and vinegar. Served with a cilantro, lime and mayo dip.
Garlic Rice
A Filipino staple, garlic rice is just as it sounds. Steamed rice with lots, and lots of garlic. Don't worry about garlic breath. We're all in this together.
Ube & Red Bean Ice Cream Pops
One of my childhood favorites. Rich and creamy, ube and red bean ice cream pops made with coconut.
Fresh Cantaloupe & Mint Juice
Freshly pressed cantaloupe juice made with the juicy bits of shredded melon and garnished with mint.

Vegan Kamayan Feast

Humbolt Park, Chicago
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)