The Passport to Flavors Series, a series of pop-up restaurants hosted by YorKitchen featuring different cuisines from around the world, will premiere at 6 p.m. Saturday, February 23.

The event will include a three-course menu offering traditional Malaysian dishes as prepared by Sharmini's Kitchen.

The next Passport to Flavors event will be held on March 23 and will feature Polish cuisine. For a complete schedule of the Passport of Flavors Series events or to purchase tickets, please visit www.yorkitchen.com.

A pop-up restaurant is a dining establishment that is open from one to several nights, usually in an existing restaurant or other commercial food establishment. A pop-up restaurant allows patrons to sample new foods outside the traditional restaurant experience.

Located in downtown York's Central Market, YorKitchen is an initiative of NutriCore NorthEast Inc., a 501 (c)(3) corporation founded in 2003 whose mission is dedicated to food and nutrition research. NutriCore is an allied entity of the York County Economic Alliance.