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Saté Kampar

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  • Alcohol: BYOB
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: DINNER: Wednesday-Thursday: 5 pm - 10 pm; Friday: 5 pm - 10 pm; Saturday: 5pm to midnight; BRUNCH: Saturday and Sunday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm

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Support Refugees and Immigrants at Saté Kampar’s Can’t-Miss Dinner Series

Photo courtesy of Muhibbah Dinners

South Philadelphia, with its diverse immigrant and refugee populations and a tight-knit community of forward-thinking chefs and restaurateurs, has become ground zero for the dining industry’s grassroots movement in support of immigration reform in Philly.

Chefs Cristina Martinez and Ben Miller of South Philly Barbacoa have organized chefs, workers, and eaters around the right to work. And now, Saté Kampar chef Ange Branca is raising funds to support the city’s immigrant and refugee communities with a family-style series of Muhibbah Dinners.

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Apparently, Cheese, Malaysian Sambal, and Cider Make for Quite a Trio


Your average cheese course might include a dollop of fruity preserves or a drizzle of honey to highlight the flavors of the wheel you’re eating. Rarely does anything zestier than a whole grain mustard or garlicky pickle show up alongside your fromage.

But Sate Kampar’s upcoming Cheese and Sambal Dinner will feature one-of-a-kind flavors: Artisan cheeses and bright, spicy Malaysian sauces, all paired with locally made cider.

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James Beard Finally Acknowledges Philly’s Little Guys (and Gals) for its 2017 Semifinalists List

Essen Bakery (Oustanding Baker semifinalist) - Facebook

Essen Bakery (Outstanding Baker semifinalist) – Facebook

This story has been updated.

The almighty James Beard Awards Committee rarely ever left its comfort-zone when it came down to Philadelphia restaurants. Year after year, it was always Philly’s ultra-notable restaurants and chef names that made the cut — Zahav, Vedge, Vernick, Fork; Vetri, Starr, Solomonov — with the occasional nod to any Philly talent considered under-the-radar on the national scale, e.g. Joe CicalaKonstantinos PitsillidesAndre Chin and Amanda Eap (Artisan Boulanger Patissier). That’s not to say those big-name nominations weren’t deserved — they absolutely were — it’s just that there’s so much more to this city than Zahav and Marc Vetri. The rest of the country just isn’t aware.

But for whatever reason, this year, Philly-area chefs and restaurants, both big and small, caught the committee’s attention. Check out who’s repping Philly in 2017:

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