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SF’s Secretive supper club

It was just too hard to choose only one supper club meal from the Feastly platform, and Eats by E is so delicious, and established — Chef Eric has garnered nearly 1,000 perfect reviews from diners.

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SF Weekly

Chef Eric Pascual

“My biggest influences in cooking are (the cooking) of my parents and grandparents and the time I spent in Hawaii”

“Filipino dishes showcase a great balance of sweet, savory and sour flavors. It is a collection of so many cultures and influences from its colonization throughout the years,” he said when asked why he thinks Filipino cuisine is the next big
thing in American’s dining scene.

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Filipino Roll

Fresh & New

Cooking and eating is so ingrained in our culture that we tend to criticize others who have tried to create (or re-create) Filipino cuisine. We easily turn down fusion food, thinking that nothing beats the original.

That assumption may not always be on the mark, as in the case of The Lumpia Company (TLC). The brainchild of three college friends—Alex Retodo, Eric Pascual and Jeff Martinez—TLC offers a new and fresh take on the traditional Filipino lumpia
through an interesting fusion of flavors.

Startups Let Home Cooks Play Restaurateur

Filipino cuisine

“My biggest influences in cooking are (the cooking) of my parents and grandparents and the time I spent in Hawaii”

“Filipino dishes showcase a great balance of sweet, savory and sour flavors. It is a collection of so many cultures and influences from its colonization throughout the years,” he said when asked why he thinks Filipino cuisine is the next big
thing in American’s dining scene.

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The Bay Area’s Filipino Food Movement sparks a national conversation

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Aug. 30, 2014, at around noon, was the moment Joanne Boston realized that the Filipino Food Movement, the organization she helped found, had grabbed the public’s attention. It was the moment the organization’s first big event threatened to
spiral out of control.

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Emeryville resident launches unique Filipino Food Pop-up in the East Bay

Filipino Food Pop-up in the East Bay

Filipino food lovers, you no longer have to make a trip over to Daly City to get your fix of homemade lumpias. There’s a new local option and unique dining experience for home-cooked style Filipino food thanks to Chef Eric Pascual, an Emeryville
resident of 10 years. Eric’s already an up-and-coming local celebrity within the community, having two meals featured in the local media, a printed article in the SF Chronicle and on a segment on KPIX.

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