Hmong pop-up dinner coming to Milwaukee’s Braise on Feb. 25

Hmong pop-up dinner coming to Milwaukee’s Braise on Feb. 25

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On Feb. 25, Braise will host a Hmong pop-up dinner prepared by  Chef Yia Vang of Minneapolis’ Union Hmong Kitchen.

Founded by Chef Yia Vang, Union Hmong Kitchen is a pop-up restaurant experience that features Hmong culture, stories, rituals, foods and flavors.

The pop-up will feature a family-style meal featuring a variety of dishes including smoked Hmong BBQ pork, whole grilled striped bass with smoked tomato chili, whole tribe chicken, Hmong sausage, cucumber salad with tamarind vinaigrette, char root veggies with Indian curry, grilled broccoli, and roasted cauliflower.

Vang has plans on opening a new restaurant in Minneapolis called Vinai later in the year. You can learn more about the restaurant via his Kickstarter.

You can learn more about the dinner and make reservations on Braise’s website. You can learn more about the chef and his story in a Journal Sentinel interview.

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