For the longest time, I’ve been seeing the food stall of Bibinkinitan and for the longest time I’ve been ignoring it.
My relationship with bibinka is pretty neutral. I don’t particularly crelave for it nor do I crave for it. So so as others might call it.
Recently, our family got a visit from a relative who lived in the states for several years and who’s obviously looking for food that is only mostly available in the Philippines. He got a box of six bibibkas from Bibinkinitan and when I tried it out it was pretty good. I have no food tasting expertise nor have I tried a hundred different bibibkas. I only tried a few and most of them remind me of puto.
I can say that for twenty pesos soft, moist, buttered bibibkas with cheese and bits of salted egg from Bibinkinitan is pretty amazing.
I usually get two for forty bucks.Written on December 28th, 2011 by Kevin Olega