Our country is one of the happiest in the world. Case in point: We never run out of things to celebrate. When you look at the calendar, you’ll see various festivals celebrated right after another. But you don’t have to wait for the next festival or to exhaust all your strength cooking in your kitchen just to get a taste of the local staple. Boy Kanin offers budget- friendly yet authentic Filipino dishes. A popular food stall or kiosk (but they now have dine-in at selected areas), Boy Kanin serves paella rice meals together with your favorite Pinoy staple ulam (viand). You can order these awesome bowls to go or eat them at the stalls.
“Boy Kanin” serves your favorite Filipino fare at affordable prices and delivers such with the quality of a mid-range restaurant. Unlike other regular food stalls, each bowl of rice is stir fried and then infused with a cooked sauce of your choice. An order from “Boy Kanin” doesn’t just curb hunger—it also leaves you comforted by the familiarity of home. It makes one remember the goodness of your abuela’s specialty dishes.
Well-loved Filipino viands such as Adobo, Bistek Tagalog, Teriyaki, and Caldereta are made affordable along with their best selling “Silog” meals like Beef Tapa, Longganisa, Pork Tocino, and Grilled Liempo. They also have their own take on Pampanga’s Sizzling Sisig, Crispy Pata, Pinoy Barbecue, Beef Pares, Sizzling Chicken, and the innovative dish, Pinoy Burrito (rice, meat and cheese wrapped in wheat flour tortilla) which will truly satiate even those with discriminating palate. Knowing these, you’ll find every reason (even the smallest one) to celebrate and eat out.
The taste and coziness of one’s home on a bowl–we call them comfort food. These are the kind of dishes Boy Kanin had been serving its loyal customers for the past five years that they’ve been operating the said business. Their dishes tickle your tastebuds and somehow feed the soul. Even if you’re away from home, somehow Boy Kanin’s menu offers a feeling of home through their evolving menu. The flavors they offer are becoming more diverse with the addition of elaborate cooking techniques and unlikely flavors. The Pinoy Burrito, for example, has that Pinoy twist from the typical burrito we’ve always known.
Elevated kaninderya and with new iterations, Boy Kanin’s feel-good dishes do not just sate your hunger but also our longing for solace and the warmth of home.
The brainchild of Mr. Ronald Allan Callao, Boy Kanin was made out of his desire to offer alternative to fast-food meals that cater to the masses. Each meal is made fresh to order, so you can be assured of its quality. No wonder that loyal customers are singing praises of Boy Kanin as one of the best and most “sulit meals” in the metro.
Why so sulit? There’s no need to ask for extra rice because each meal has generous servings of Boy Kanin’s signature yellow rice. You won’t end up feeling ‘bitin’ after having one of Boy Kanin’s meals. Note that your dining experience would not be complete if you won’t try and wash it down with their signature Salabat Ginger Tea. We swear, even if you’re not exactly a fan of ginger, you will like this. Even kids might even like its taste because it’s sweetened with honey. But it doesn’t have that bitter after-taste we usually encounter with ginger tea. The ginger tea perfectly complements each dish. And get this, each time you purchase Boy Kanin’s ginger tea, you are actually helping an entire community by giving them livelihood. That’s because Boy Kanin’s CEO, President and proprietor, Mr. Ronald Callao sources the ginger from a certain community and in the process allows them to make a living.
At Boy Kanin, you could also afford to treat your barkada, officemates, or your family for a simple celebration. Boy Kanin also has group meal called Boy Fiesta, that’s good for 3-5 persons with its big servings of rice, three fried eggs, 5 dishes (chicken, longganisa, grilled liempo and tocino and drinks. Isn’t that an offer you simply can’t resist? Feast on Boy Kanin’s generous rice servings along with your favorite Filipino cuisines for a steal price!
With all the things we have mentioned above, how much do you think will a Boy Kanin rice meal costs? It is less than Php60. Yes, you’ve read it right. Boy Sarsa costs Php 55.00 and the Boysilog costs Php 59.00. And here’s more, the group meal Boy Fiesta only cost Php 199.00. Very affordable, isn’t it? It’s not just affordable, it’s also a true value for your money.
Excited to try Boy Kanin? Boy Kanin food stalls are located in certain areas within the metro and in some provinces. They are also open for franchise if you’re interested to start a food business that will surely be a hit. Just call them at (02)352-8130 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You may also check their Facebook page for more updates. You could also follow them on Instagram for promos and awesome Pinoy trivias.