Fil N' Viet: Boodle Fight

Also known as "Kamayan," this family-style feast, served up to celebrate Fil N' Viet's second anniversary, is where you're encouraged to eat with your hands. And what you’ll be eating with those lucky, lucky hands is an array of Filipino and Vietnamese dishes: chicken inasal, bistek tagalog, grilled pusit, thit nuong, whole fried fish, grilled long beans, jasmine rice, pickled vegetables, fresh fruit, and classic dipping sauces. And, bonus, bold bright brews from Austin Beer Works bring the liquid refreshment to slake your hoppy thirst.
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