Coined from the Filipino word which means “wrapped”, Binalot is just that – classic Filipino fare wrapped in banana leaves in traditional local fashion. The Binalot menu is composed of various favorite meals such as adobo, tapa, bistek, tocino, longganisa among others, all atop steaming hot rice and garnished with appetizing sidings of salted egg and tomato.
The concept promotes the traditional way of enjoying well-loved Pinoy food and a festive Fiesta ambiance that every Filipino can associate with. In just a little more than 10 years (and without the international financial resources of multinationals), BINALOT has grown from a humble stall in Shaw to a 35 store-strong major franchise player competing with the fastfood icons. 8 out of 10 are franchise stores, proof of the solid BINALOT franchise formula. An early testament to its potential was mall giant SM’s offer in 1998 to locate in SM Southmall and SM Megamall, just 2 years old in the business.
Its “All-Time Pinoy-Vorites” main menu – the most popular Pinoy dishes – now gives Filipino consumers affordability and value for money. And the “banana leaves” are a welcome refreshing substitute to the non-biodegradable styro box.
With today's MetroDeal choose from 6 All Time Pinoy-vorite such as Tapa rap sarap, Vivo Tocino, Sisig na Makisig, Pork Bongga Longganisa, No Bone Daing na Bangus, Is dat you Pork BBQ, out of which all have a salted egg and a tomato side dish for P69 instead of P118.
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