All right, so we’re back this week to uncover … ehem, unwrap Binalot, the Baguio branch. =D
With the feature blog on Crown Legacy’s in house restaurant left with a question about if Binalot could hold a candle to Reg’s, the answer …
It does! \m/ Okay, it’s doubled up the price, but it sure made up for it in quality.
The chilies and the calamansi are all found at the sawsawan/dip station where you could make your kind of sauce be it sour more than salty (like mine =b) or super spicy (like what Race prefers) … and as much as you can consume.
The soup, none of that broth cube nonsense. They serve the broth from the tamarind soup/sinigang on their menu to kick start your meal. It’s so real, simmering for long I presume, that it became thick, almost miso-like in its consistency. ^^,
Did I mention the meals include extra rice, free … for the hungry men out there?
The servings are a bit bigger than the ones served at the student fare counterpart. Would you believe Race wasn’t able to finish his meal? (Easy take out – we just rewrapped it all with the banana leaves and the thick brown paper.)
With Race inspired to eat with his hands … *nomnomnom No biggie, we’re right beside the hand washing station.
My bistek/beef steak Filipino style wasn’t as soupy as I wanted it to be but it was full of flavor. Once I tossed it around with the rice, it was one deliciously beefy salted spoonful after another, yeah!
X marks Binalot for good food in Baguio. … annnnd that’s a wrap!
Food: The drink(s), sago’t gulaman, wasn’t bad, either.
Ambiance: Pimped up carinderia *hihi Such a nice, comfortable place to dine.
(Ang tunay na Filipino karanasan sa pagkain – not a far out translation, nice going, Google Translate *snickers)
Ground Level, Baguio Crown Legacy Hotel
Montinola Street, Kisad Road
Baguio City, Philippines
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I don’t know about you guys but the one at Crown Legacy just confirms that the hotel is not avery classy place
Hello there, Raff! I agree, Binalot does seem out of place being at Crown Legacy. Although the restaurant is nicely designed (trying to meet up with ‘classy standards’, I guess *hihi). Good news for those on budget and in the vicinity though, another option for them.
Thank you so much for leaving a comment! Happy eatscapades to you! (“,)
Hello, mister0donut! Thank you so much! A blessed Holy Week to you! (“,)
omg..i’m sooo visiting this place.. thanks for the info :*
Hello there! I hope you have as great an eatscapade at Binalot as we had! Thank you for visiting the blog! Happy food trails to you! (“,)
Please Hansy’s Binalot a try. It’s my favorite Binalot joint here in the city. Located at Rimando Rd. across 7/11
Hello there, Josh! Thanks for the heads up. Will look into your favorite Binalot place soon. Happy eatscursions, fellow foodie! (“,)