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A Different Kind of Pairing Dinner from the Flip Sigi Chef

A Meal In Three Acts, With Curated Music Guiding You Through Refined Filipino Dishes

By Ilana Dadras ·
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So, it's called "Dinner in Music," and it's a one-night-only event going down at Nolita's Chef's Club this Friday, thrown by the chef-owner behind the Filipino taqueria Flip Sigi, Jordan Andino. 

The dinner will pair five courses with the Andino's personally curated playlist, offering diners a different genre for each course and guiding them through the meal in "three acts." 

It'll showcase a refined approach to FIlipino cuisine—you wouldn't guess from the casual approach Flip Sigi takes, but Andino comes from a fine dining background, with time at The French Laundry and Jean Georges under his belt. Expect dishes like lumpia dumplings with sriracha sweet chili and lechon kawaii with tamarind pickled vegetables and poached taro root.



Apr 6, 6:30pm & 9pm, $100, Flip Sigi at Chef's Club, 275 Mulberry St (between Houston and Prince), tickets here

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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