Fil-Am street food pop-up Zarate Kitchen now a Pullman Yards resident
Popular art and film destination Pullman Yards has a new resident in town in the form of Filipino-American street food joint Zarate Kitchen.
Having been known for pop-ups featuring delectable and creative takes on Filipino flavors, Zarate Kitchen’s entry into the 27-acre creative city is an exciting step for Filipino cuisine as it continues to make its mark in America.
Formed and helmed by brothers Marcus and Michael Fernandez, Zarate Kitchen features a menu that mixes heartwarming Filipino fare with street food popular across the country.
Aside from easy bites like tacos and lumpia, Zarate Kitchen also offers “balikbayan” combo boxes—which is what they call their set meals that include “triple ‘G’ rice (garlic, ginto grain)”, charred vegetables, and pancit, along with your choice of mains like roasted pork belly liempo or Filipino fried chicken.
They’ll also be bringing a selection of tiki drinks and Filipino beers to the bar offerings of Dailies and Sides.
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Visitors to Pullman Yards can expect them on the patio of the Dailies and Sides restaurant from Wednesdays to Saturdays. On Mondays and Tuesdays, Zarate Kitchen takes over the restaurant’s entire menu.
Pullman Yards, at the historic Pratt Pullman District, is also the location of several notable films like “The Hunger Games,” “Baby Driver,” “Fast and Furious,” and “Bad Boys 3.” As an “entertainment destination of the south,” it also features several traveling exhibits and events.