KAMAYAN NIGHT Jun 14, 2016 at HIRO
Kamayan is a special Filipino way of eating. It comes from the Tagalog word kamay meaning hand, so it literally translates to eating with your hands. Eating with your hands is part of the local culture in the Philippines and has been passed down for generations. This is the inspiration behind Kamayan Night at HIRO.
Malou's cooking is a creative combination of traditional and modern Filipino Food. As pictured above, Malou will prepare a spread of scrumptious Filipino food served on a long table lined with banana leaves. NO forks, knives, or spoons needed here! You will get to put your hands to work and eat kamayan style. If you haven't tried this yet, now is the time. This will be one of your most memorable dining experiences.
Hiro Asian Kitchen (View)
1405 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|