Cher Tiu serves La Paz Batchoy in Miami
The daughter of Tagaytay Highlands co-founder Jerry Tiu is a force to be reckoned with in promoting Filipino food.
Cheryl Tiu greets Miami with panache.
?How about some glorious La Paz Batchoy to kick off your week?!??? For this week only? starting TODAY!??we are serving this popular Filipino pork noodles soup dish created by guest chef Roel Alcudia (@roel_alcudia) of Mandolin Aegean Bistro (@mandolinmiami) at Yuzu Miami (@yuzu_miami) at St. Roch Market at the Design District, in partnership with my events platform Cross Cultures (@cross.cultures)? promoting the exchange of cultures through food! ??????And the first 20 of you will get bean-to-bar chocolates from Auro (@aurochocolate). We will ALL be there at 7pm tonight (Monday).. come and hang with us! Xx ?: Andrea Lorena (@fujifilmgirl)? @chertiu said.
Filipino Food Revolution is here to come, all thanks to Cher! #
Hi Miami!!! We at @cross.cultures are so excited for our second serving of Filipino food at @yuzu_miami at St. Roch Market (Miami Design District)? this time with guest chef @roel_alcudia of Mandolin Aegean Bistro? who will be serving La Paz Batchoy, a popular Filipino soup dish with various cuts of pork and noodles, that originated from his hometown, La Paz in Iloilio City!????????? It is available all day from Sept. 10-14, and the first 20 customers will receive sustainable bar-to-bean chocolates from @aurochocolate from Davao, Philippines. We can?t wait to see you!!!xx (?: @fujifilmgirl) ? #lapazbatchoy #batchoy #filipinofood #crossculturesbycheryltiu #yuzumiami #andrewzarzosa #roelalcudia #filipinofoodmovement #savorfilipino #aurochocolate #strochmarket #atmdd #miamifoodie #miamieats #miamifoodporn #miamievents #miami #florida