Filipino Food Movement Introduces Mabuhay Nights
Say mabuhay – hello and welcome – to the Filipino Food Movement’s inaugural Mabuhay Nights. This pop-up dining series will showcase the depth and variety of Filipino food and culture in a succession of events.
Headed by chef Andrei Balingit and up-and-coming Filipina chef Dhanette Dizon, the dining experience will consist of six courses that will lead diners on a culinary journey through the Luzon region of the Philippines. Think the famous resort island of Boracay and the Chocolate Hills of Bohol.
Both chefs will cook with seasonal, local Australian produce and draw on classic elements of Filipino cuisine, including the ubiquitous and much-loved coconut.
The first sitting begins at 6pm and the second at 8pm.