They usually say that there are many memories you can do for “first time moments”. Last week, I find myself traveled Orani, Bataan to find their love for the culture, taro ice cream, and any delicious food. And like any first time, I also had a chance to see and join the opening launch of “Boy Kanin” and taste what they have to offer for the people of Orani, Bataan.
If you would know by now, Boy Kanin has already buzzed around the metro as a small food cart concept. Now they opened their full dine-in food place beside the historic Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary church, there are many reasons why you should not miss what they have to offer. For starters, let me give you 3 points to look forward to this first full dine-in resto.
1. Filipino Fun Interior
With the help of architect Lumor Cenon Cesar, he conceptualizes the store to be very fun to look at from the “piko” floor art and other store design. There’s no WiFi connection available in this resto because it will encourage people to pay more attention to bond with their loved ones and savor every dishes they will order.
2. Affordable and Tasty Dishes Right Within Your Reach
If you think this is just an ordinary “tapsilugan” place, think again. Because this full-dine resto is available to cater all Filipino foodies from all-day breakfast meals to sizzling plate meals.
They serve 49’s meal that’s affordable to munch in after a hard day’s work and BIG RICE served favorites includes Tapa’reffic, Tocinowsome, Liempo’tastic, and Longganisa’rap for only Php 75.00.
This is way better than splurging over fast food. You can have your “homemade” tasty dishes right after your work, church service or even family/barkada bondings without breaking your wallets.
3. Fiesta feels with their Large Serving Meals
More than just your everyday rice meals, they also serve large orders for your meeting gatherings, birthday parties, or even simple celebrations. Their Boy Kanin “Fiesta Meal” can feed 3-5 people all in one large plate.
More than just big bulk rice meals, they also serve Filipino chicken and pork BBQ that all ages will love to munch over. Their “Crispy Pata” is one of my favorite among all the big serving dishes. “Pata ni Boy,” as they called, is well-seasoned from its crispy pork skin to its meat. Well served together with their soy base condiment with chopped onions and finger chilies.
So here it is, another first time made memorable, thanks to Boy Kanin. And for the people of Orani, Bataan, don’t miss this time to eat and be merry with this Filipino food. Visit them to this address: Ground Floor, Pag-ASA Building, Bayan ng Orani, Bataan, 2112