If there is anything truly Pinoy, it’s the”baon” of rice topped with any meat or viand. Whether in a tin can lunchbox (with the embossed metal that says Lunch Box in script) or a recycled ice cream container, the lunch box is a Pinoy thing. We really do not consider “baon” to be just sandwich and fruit like Westerners do. Ours is hot steamed rice topped with a saucy adobo or a beautiful tocino and scrambled eggs or a salted egg and tomato.
Tapa rap sarap 3 with choped chilli
These days, however, working moms find cooking and preparing their kids or partner’s baon a challenge. So BINALOT has a pretty good idea for these needs.
BINALOT is wrapped in biodegradeable banana leaves that also preserve the food it wraps up. So one idea for baon is to drop by BINALOT or call 8-10-10-10 and order the quantity you need. Meals are conveniently dropped off at your office at the appointed time or sent to your home before you head out in the morning.
BINALOT has 40 branches in the country and will soon open in Dubai, UAE where Filipinos who miss homecooking will be reunited with their Pinoy favorites like TAPA rap sarap, BISTEK walastik and No bones DAING NA BANGUS.
Call 8-10-10-10 or log on to our website www.binalot.com.