Established in the year 1996, Binalot initially started as a food delivery service by three young entrepreneurs.
The company ventured into the food court space two years later and in 2004, the brand expanded into franchising and dine-in stores. By which time, Binalot had become a household name especially for working class Filipinos, families and students.
Binalot, the ultimate Filipino food experience merges traditional and modern culinary delights and recipes. Coined from the Filipino word ‘wrapped’, Binalot is classic Filipino fare wrapped in banana leaves, served in traditional local fashion.
The popular Filipino food chain, Binalot takes pride in serving classic Filipino comfort food wrapped in banana leaves. Its signature menu is led by dishes like adobo, tapa, bistek, tocino, longganisa and others – all atop steaming hot rice and garnished with appeatizing siders of salted egg and tomato. The concept promotes the traditional way of enjoying the authentic Pinoy food in a fiesta ambiance that every Filipino can associate with.
True to its regional traditions, Binalot uplods Filipino and Asian traditions and culture of dining with family while sharing stories of fun and adventure.
The Binalot style of food presentation is best suited for the contemporary and fast-paced Filipinos, who prefer to have company food that is convenient to carry and eat anywhere.
- Tapa Rap Sarap (Marinated Beef Strips)
- All Chicken Adobo (Chicken Soy Sauce in Garlic)
- Bistek walastik(Sour Beef Stew)
- Sinigang na Bangus (Tamarind Base Soup)
- Fried Tilapia(Pan Fry Fish)
- Pansit Canton(Sauté Egg Noodle with Vegetable)