Pinoy Heritage: 8 Course Winter Dinner

In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco


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Available for purchase
Banquet (20+ Guests)
asian, filipino, californian
Pinoy Heritage’s story begin in the Philippines in 2013, during the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan. With Chef Francis at the controls — watched closely by his team of wife Dian, and fellow visionary Chef Danica — the food that truly represents the eatery that is Pinoy Heritage will always be experimental, forward-thinking, and, above all, made with the freshest local ingredients. Pinoy Heritage was established with a mission to exhibit the evolution and diversity of Filipino flavors -- all through the lens of local California produce. Ultimately, Pinoy Heritage strives to fuel Filipino food culture, introducing the world to an approachable and adventurous culinary experience, with firm roots in the traditions of the homeland.

Menu detail

Amuse bouche
Winter kale salad | persimmon, compressed pears, fried bread, honey-calamansi dressing
Small Plate
A refreshing start high lighted by the unique floral Philippine citrus called calamansi
Balbacua croquette | calf's foot, bone broth, mustard greens
Small Plate
This dish is inspired by our recent trip to Davao's Agdao Market. There were calf's foot being burnt everywhere to make a stew traditionally served along rice.
Shrimp ravioli | lobster coconut sauce, squash, garlic chives
Small Plate
A take on a classic dish of Ginataan na Hipon where it is transformed into our home made raviolis and garnished with seasonal winter greens
Tiulah Itum | 36 hour beef shortrib, coconut ash, winter root vegetable
Traditionally only cooked during festivities, this Tausug dish is usually pitch black from the burnt coconut ash. flavored with ginger and tumeric. Perfect for the cold winter.
Green apple sorbet | apple ribbons
Small Plate
a nice tart palette cleanser after an unctuous meal
Ube mont blanc | vanilla mousse, chocolate
Our take on a classic chestnut dessert using our favorite flavor ube!
Apple bibinka | rice cake, sheep cheese
This rice cake is a traditional holiday dessert typically cooked in a charcoal oven giving it a unique slight smokiness aftertaste. A true holiday snack

Pinoy Heritage: 8 Course Winter Dinner

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