Sunday, October 23, 2016

An inexpensive and tasty treat from Filipino Cuisine: Boy Kanin at the AFFI Expo.

Just 2 weeks ago, Ms. Sol of Certified Bloggers invited me to try out one of the newest contenders in Filipino fast food cuisine called Boy Kanin. Since this food venture had a booth in the AFFI or Alliance of Filipino Franchisers Inc. annual convention at the World Trade Center, Pasay City, we had the opportunity to taste the wonders of this franchise and take a peek at the booths of other franchisers as well.

According to Sir Peter, Boy Kanin has been in the business for less than 10 years yet their franchise has already grown to 33 food stalls scattered across Metro Manila and a small sized restaurant located at Silang, Cavite. The owners wish to expand the business by offering the franchise at the cheapest rate of 249,000 Php complete with 10k Php of food stocks, a custom made cart, a refrigerator, and other business equipment. The small sized restaurant is at Php 500k plus.

As for the delicacies of Boy Kanin, the fresh opener was their signature cold salabat. At Php 20 for a 16 oz cup, this drink is the best of both worlds. It combined the soothing taste of fresh ginger with the coolness of iced tea for a unique experience. Not to mention that it was also beneficial to the throat too. The drink is sourced from the Aetas as a form of social enterprise to help the latter get jobs and livelihood.

The viand I tried was the brand new dish called the Pinoy Burrito. At 59, this inexpensive snack is a toasted burrito composed of native rice, a cheese wedge, excellently grilled beef chunks with a sweet cheese sauce. The pita wrapper was pretty tasty as well. I'd say that the dish was truly something that you get for your money, while being ambitious in its mixture of tastes. I'd love to eat more than one of that meal.

Other meals include the Boysilog which is their variation of tapsilog and the Boy Sarsa at Php 55. These meals are truly made for those who want quick, cheap, and inexpensive Filipino fare for those who crave the cuisine.

I surely hope Boy Kanin will get much more acclaim for its simple dishes that can satisfy the Filipino palate.

For inquiries about franchising, you may call Mr. Peter Sumile at 09238474649.

The story in pictures:

The cool and soothing salabat

A typical Boy Kanin stall for Php 249,000.

The new Pinoy Burrito

At Php 59.

Note the double cheese filling

Their acknowledgement of a Higher Power

Boy Kanin is accepting franchisees!

Boy Kanin Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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