Calamansi Café Filipino American Fusion Pop-Up Restaurant

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Start Date: October 6, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Location: Elea Blake Cosmetics By Darin 831 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States

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We are Popping up downtown at elea blake cosmetic studio!

Join us for a dinner Pop-Up Restaurant event set for Friday, October 6th. The tasty and filling menu is all about getting ready for cooler weather ending it with a last taste of summer! Fusioned flavors coming from not only of the native islands but influenced from other countries such as China, Malaysia, Spain, India and America. Have a fun unique dinner night out and taste my versions of traditional Filipino foods fused with my growing up American. Mabuhay!

$25.00 Per Person
* Registration Required
* Limited to 40 Tickets/Seating

*Doors Open at 6:00 p.m.

*Serving begins at 6:15 p.m.




Filipino style beef meatloaf with pineapples, red and green bell peppers, carrots, and onions with a center of hard boiled eggs, and vienna sausage. Steamed then pan fried, sliced, and drizzled with a banana ketchup based sauce.


Pancit Chami

Stir fried flat Miki noodles, sugar snaps, carrots, napa cabbage, baby corn, onions, and garlic in a thick chicken stock based brown sauce.


Sweet Ginger Shrimp

Stir fried shrimp then coated with a citrus and honey sweetened ginger and garlic sauce. Served with stir fried vegetables andsteamed rice.

Beef Short Ribs Adobong Tadyang

Braised beef short ribs in coconut milk, vinegar, soy sauce, bay leaves, garlic and shallots. Served with steamed baby bok choy and mashed Japanese sweet potatoes.


Calamansi Flan

Smooth and creamy calamansi flan custard with a caramelized sugar topping


About the Organizers :

Organizer of Calamansi Café Filipino American Fusion Pop-Up Restaurant Angie, 41, moved from the Philippines with her mother and siblings at the age of 8 to live with her stepfather who was in the Air Force at the time. She had already learned to make rice over an open fire at the young age of 5 years old in the Philippines. Angie remembers having the best meals every night. Living in the Philippines and how her family was brought up they appreciated every food that was set in front of them. It has allowed her to be able to explore, experiment, experience and exhibit many different types of food and flavors. Angie's mother would cook native Filipino foods while she would watch and learn. From her Angie learned the art of making food by taste, sight, and smell. In her teenage years and into adulthood, Angie ended up moving and living with her aunt and uncle who lived in Wisconsin where she learned a whole new world of cooking. Angie's aunt, of Swiss-German decent, would make home cooked meals of pot roasts, chicken bakes, casseroles, and many other things that she was not familiar with. She also learned that she loved making different desserts, baking, and creating snacks and treats. Having seen and learning the best of both worlds Angie's culinary ability grew where cooking became a passion. Allowing the ingredients to speak to her the creative flow of flavorful and comforting foods are endless. Angie chose to do a Filipino American Fusion cuisine where it will be her version of fusing her Filipino roots and growing up American.

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