Event Info

Kulinary Confidential is a self-guided food crawl in SOMA Pilipinas. Buy a "passport" to enjoy secret menu items at different food businesses for each week. These items range from hard to find delicacies to experimental fusions of flavors. Get a passport for Week 1, Week 2, or get both!

A limited amount of 200 tickets are are available for truly amazing multi-course pop-up dinners from the Bay Area's top emerging chefs.

The food crawl is broken down into (2) 1 week crawls where we feature 4 different food businesses and their secret menu items and 3 spectacular pop-up dinners.


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1123 Folsom St @ Langton
(inside Trademark / Copyright)


1123 Folsom St @ Langton

Executive Order

868 Mission St @ 5th

Joint Venture
167 11th St @ Harrison St

JT’s Restaurant
953 Mission St
btwn 6th & 5th St

Little Skillet
330 Ritch St

595 Bryant St @ 4th St

Manila Bowl

1355 Market St. @ 10th
inside the Twitter building

Picnic on 3d

493 3rd St @ Bryant St

Sarap Shop
428 11th St
in the SOMA StrEat Food Park

Senior Sisig
Parked on 5th & Mission St
Tue & Thur only

Secret Menu Items

Week 1: April 1 - 7, 2019


Lechon Kawali Tacos

SFC x Alchemy

Filipino Fried Chicken

Manila Bowl


Sarap Shop

Mystery Bag of Goodies


Week 2: April 8 - 14, 2019


Chicken “Escabeche”

Little Skillet

toyomansi-glazed Fried Chicken & pandan mochi waffle


Chicken afritada

Señor Sisig

Adobo Carnitas w/ dirty rice


Pop-up Dinners by emerging bay area chefs

There’s only 200 spaces available. get your tix asap.

5% of proceeds go to Balboa High School’s Tagalog Immersion Trip.

Week 1: April 1 - 7, 2019

By DJ turned Chef Rod Reyes aka Dubstanital

Barya Kitchen | Mon, 4/1/19 @ Copyright.

5 course FEAST with a UNIQUE twist ON CLASSIC traditional filipino DISHES

From Sarap Shop Alums

Chefs EJ Macayan and Hitomi Wada of Ox and Tiger | Sat, 4/6/19 @ Joint Venture Kitchen

6 course exploration into Japanese and Filipino fusion

Presented by The Filipino Food Movement
Chef Mark Pecson of Aliwang Lutu | Sun, 4/7/19 @ Executive Order.

3 Course Filipino Kamayan with a french finesse

Week 2: April 8 - 14, 2019

By the author of No Forks Given

Chef Yana Gilbuena of Salo Series | Mon, 4/8/19 @ Mestiza

6 course menu inspired by the flavors of the islands

From SF Chronicle Rising Star Chef

Chef Francis Ang of Pinoy Heritage | Sat, 4/13/19 @ 3rd & Picnic.

8 course dinner featuring traditional filipino flavors with a modern twist

Culinary Crossroads

Chef Aileen Suzara of Sariwa | Sun, 4/14/19 @ Mestiza

A MEAL that highlights a deep history of Indian influences on Filipino flavors, and a contemporary take ON The Chef’s deliciously blended roots.


5% of proceeds go to Balboa High School’s Tagalog Immersion Trip