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Los Angeles' Faith and Flower Debuts New Brunch Menu

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Downtown Los Angeles' Faith and Flower is the perfect destination for an intimate first date, a burger and drinks with friends at the bar, or a special celebration with family. Now it is also a great place to enjoy weekend brunch.

Chef Michael Hung’s new menu reflects the diverse palette of Faith and Flower’s diners. The atmosphere remains stunning, with enormously high dining rooms decorated in ornate mirrors, fancy wallpaper, romantic candles, and elegant chandeliers.

A variety of raw dishes offered include a daily selection of oysters; kanpachi ceviche with ginger beer and potato chips; tuna carpaccio with pickled fennel; and a scallop ceviche. Enjoy your brunch with a strong bloody mary, mimosa, or signature cocktail, such as the Shiso Easy with tequila blanco, Contratto Blanco, Shiso, cucumber, and lime.

Diners in the mood for eggs can choose from an Iberian style frittata, prime beef picadillo with a sunny side up egg; a downtown version of eggs benedict with chorizo hash and Cotija cheese; or a smoked trout benedict with poached eggs and trout caviar.

Guests with a sweet tooth can savor the malted waffle with a mixed berry and Riesling compote; bourbon pancakes with stewed cherries; a roasted apricot tartine; and a very unique kimchee cornbread.

For heartier appetites, the eggs benedict and four cheese pizza are savory and satisfying, and so are the handmade cavatelli with hoisin braised pork cheek sugo, and the wood oven roasted pork loin. There are also plenty of desserts including a strawberry cake, Greek yogurt panna cotta, milk chocolate mousse, and pistachio and hazelnut praline ice cream pops.

The new innovative menu, together with the beautiful atmosphere, makes Faith and Flower a must for those seeking a relaxed, elegant, and satisfying stop for weekend brunch.

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You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


You will soon be able to get Canter’s Deli sandwiches at this new food hub in Pasadena

From pastrami in Pasadena to a Filipino taco pop-up, here’s what’s happening in our food and drink world:

Pasadena pastrami

Canter’s Deli is one of 15 restaurants that will operate a kitchen out of the new Kitchen United food hub and kitchen rental space in Pasadena. The Fairfax deli plans to open a satellite at the hub by June 15, when it will begin making food for Postmates, Grubhub and other delivery apps that will deliver the food within a five-mile radius. So, yes, that means Canter’s pastrami sandwiches in Pasadena. You’ll also be able to visit the hub and order food from any of the restaurants there to take home or eat in a commissary area. Some of the other restaurants expected at the hub include the Pizza Plant, Mama Musubi and the Lost Cuban (a fast-casual Cuban restaurant from Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Kitchen United also has a retail space off Madison Avenue in Pasadena that sells products made by the 20 companies renting kitchen space. 561 E. Green St., Pasadena, www.kitchenunited.com

Filipino tacos

Chef Michael Hung is once again on the move. Hung, who was most recently the co-owner/chef at the now-closed XO restaurant and market on Beverly Boulevard (he has also cooked at Faith & Flower and Mama Lion restaurants), has started a new pop-up dinner called Chilola’s with his Ardour Hospitality partner Abby Gavino.

“It’s basically a mashup of Mexican and Filipino food, and whenever I cook for us at home, a lot of times it has a blend of both cultures,” Hung recently told The Times. Hung says he was inspired by his family’ s Filipino cooking and Gavino’ s Mexican family background. “It’s fun and casual. We’re not trying to do fine dining with this.”

Some of the highlights include an adobo chicken taco and al pastro lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). The name Chilola was Gavino’s mother Lola’s nickname growing up. Although the plan is to eventually make this a bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chilola’s is operating as a pop-up restaurant through the website Feastly. Hung will also have a Chilola’s booth at the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival at the Rose Bowl June 23 and 24. www.ardourhospitality.com

Fairfax dahi poori

A location of Badmaash, the downtown L.A. Indian restaurant from chef Pawan Mahendro and his sons Nakul and Arjun, is now open in the Fairfax district. For now, the menu is the same as at the downtown location, but Nakul says they plan to make additions in the future.

“We believe in the idea of a neighborhood Indian restaurant,” Nakul recently told us. “It’s an entirely different neighborhood than downtown. We want to learn what the neighborhood wants and then cater to that neighborhood.”


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