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Barkada Episode 2: Turo Turo Dinner

In-Person Inner Southeast, Portland
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$40.00

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Available for purchase
Banquet (20+ Guests)
asian, filipino
In-Person
Barkada: a Filipino term we use to describe the people we hold closest. Join my Barkada as we visit the "Turo Turo" Filipino restaurants of my youth. Turo Turo means point-point. Growing up in Southern California, we had many Turo Turo Filipino restaurants. Food would be in chafing dishes behind the counter and you point at what food you wanted. Entertainment provided by the musical stylings of Mr. Jon Amado. The following menu is a sample and subject to change.

Menu detail

Pork Lumpia
Small Plate
Mother-in-law's pork eggrolls with mango dipping sauce.
Itlog na Maalat Salad
Small Plate
Salted duck egg, PSU farmer's market seasonal greens, radish, tomatoes, cucumber
Sinigang Na Isda
Appetizer
Fresh caught local fish, tamarind broth, roasted cherry tomatoes, baby bok choy
Shrimp Scampi Pancit
Entree
Rice vermicelli noodles, calamansi shrimp scampi, stir-fried vegetables
Beef Brisket Caldereta
Entree
Braised beef brisket, roasted tomato stew, potatoes, olives, green herb rice.
Traditional Filipino dessert
Dessert
Dessert TBD

Add-ons

Beer
$6.00
Wine
$7.50

Barkada Episode 2: Turo Turo Dinner

In-Person Inner Southeast, Portland
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)