Food + Community + Collaboration
"What makes these visual acrobatics so delightful is that they're not just stunts. The food tastes very good. It is smartly composed. And it is original...They are true to the person who made them. In a world on remix, where information and influence are transmitted in the blink of an eye, this may be the only authenticity we have left."
Pagu can host private events such as a wedding reception that fills the entire restaurant and patio. We also offer a fully private dining room, and the front space can be reserved for standing gatherings.
Or maybe you just want to get some friends together and reserve a suckling pig luau or a paella dinner. We look forward to creating a customized experience for you.
Craving our pork belly bao or a stack of matcha cookies for your own event? We've got you covered for events large or small. Check out our catering menu and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tracy Chang’s fondest childhood memories are those from her grandmother’s Japanese restaurant in Cambridge. Chin-Fun Shiue immigrated to Boston in the 1980's and after having been a midwife her entire professional life in Taiwan, she decided in her late 60s, to open restaurants in Boston. She opened several, including the area’s premier Japanese restaurant in the 1990s, Tokyo Restaurant, where acclaimed sushi chefs like Toru Oga of Oga’s in Natick and Shinji Muraki of Toraya in Arlington, trained before opening their own establishments. At an early age, Tracy observed how her grandmother’s hard work and leadership created opportunities for other immigrants, who in turn helped build a hearth for the multicultural community with tasty food and gracious hospitality.