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