Ayala Museum and Served Manila are back with another tasting and historical exploration.
Join food historian Felice Prudente Sta. Maria in a trip back to Manila of the 1820s through 1850s as depicted in Tipos del Pais paintings from Ayala Museum’s exhibit “Intertwined: Transpacific Transcultural Philippines”
Savor specially prepared food items traced to the era when resident Hispanics were becoming nativised and indios were selecting what they favored in Spanish lifestyle.
Each exploration kit comes with bottled water, fruit jam (30ml), bottled Carabao milk (250ml), canned black gulaman, baked biscuits, pancit, Chia seeds, flavored rice and more!
To maintain the freshness of your food, we can only accommodate Metro Manila deliveries.
Images used: After Damian Domingo. Un Mestizo Estudiante de Manila. Ca. 1820s-1830s. Gouache on pith paper. 22.6x15.6cm. Ayala Museum Collection. Illustration inspired by Studio of Guan Lianchang, also known as Tingqua (Chinese, active dates 1830–1879); after Justiniano Asuncion (Filipino, 1816–1896). A Woman in the Philippines. 1841-44. Gouache on paper. 35.243 x 26.67 cm. Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts