posted on February 21, 2017 at 1:17 pm
The kamayan feast at Upper Room
PHOTOGRAPH BY JENNIFER ZYMAN
If you’ve read any of those yearly dining trend prediction pieces, you’ve probably heard Filipino food is supposed to be hot this year. Up until now, Atlanta has had few Filipino options, save Kuya’s Food Express inside the ASSI Food Court and grocery stores where you can sometimes order lechon (a whole roasted pig). But this underrepresented cuisine has finally surfaced at Upper Room, a pop-up run by chef Andrew Bantug and Joyce Lau on Sundays at Tomo that routinely sells out in minutes.
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