Salo, derived from "Salu-salo" which means a dinner party, is designed as a gathering of the curious ones, adventuring for deeper understanding of native feasts. The SALO Series, a traveling underground Filipino pop-up dinner series, is on the road across North America and they are making Toronto their 10th Stop!
WHAT: SALO Sampo WHEN: Sunday, November 10 2013, 6pm WHERE: SPRING Party Room, 23 Sheppard Ave East T.O. M2N 0C8
For 45$ you'll devour 5 courses, featuring dishes from the Philippines 3 main groups of islands, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. This food adventure will really keep you full with "Kamayan" style or eating with your hands. If you ask any Filipino why would you eat with your hands? I'm sure they'll say: "Mas masarap pag nagkakakamay," meaning food tastes better eating with your hands!
Check out this episode of ANTHONY EATS AMERICA featuring the Salo Series!
ABOUT SALO Series SALO Series aims to raise community and cultural awareness through food. Yana Gilbuena, a designer and creative, started SALO as a means of bringing people together through this cultural and culinary journey. By applying a designer’s perspective, Yana creates a dinner experience that is carefully orchestrated to showcase the dialogue between dishes: how the flavors and textures interact; the sequence and flow; as well as the interaction between the diners, as they're exploring the Philippines through their palates.