There’s a Mexican restaurant that’s been opened a few months now in my neighborhood and it’s called B&T (Burrito & Tacos) Mexican Kitchen. It’s very timely that one weekend I craved for a burrito, so the husband obliged to accompany me to order a take out. Here’s a look on B&T Mexican Kitchen.
B&T’s bright and fun interior makes it enticing to dine in but we opted for a take out since we live across the restaurant. Next time, I’ll try their nachos and their chile guajillo. I love everything chili, sweet & spicy is my thing.
There’s an easy step by step guide in finding the right meal for you.
Decide first between a Japanese or Korean fusion.
Step 1: Choose your meal.
I choose the wheat tortilla burrito
Step 2: Choose your filling
For meat I choose Carne Asada & Chicken Jalapeno (since I like it hot)
You may request to have 2 meat filling or even up to 3 fillings so that you can have a taste of the different flavors.
For the rice I opted for red one (I forgot what it’s called I think it’s Chorizo rice?)
All the other toppings I had put since my palate loves different flavors.
I love eating anything with sauce, it just makes food much tastier!
So I had my burrito “wet” for an additional P90
Smothered with more salsa and cheese then toasted to perfection!
check out B&T’s other dishes, plus their drinks & dessert.
I like the black & orange contrast, not to mention the hand painted bottles displayed on the top of the food counter.
Overall I find my B&T experience good, service was quick and efficient. Their menu is flexible to mix & match, and the food is proportioned when it comes to taste yet serving is big enough it’s good for sharing. Also who can argue with their affordable price?
Visit B&T Mexican Kitchen
G/F Sekai Building (right across Ash Creek Center)
Ortigas Ave. San Juan City, Philippines
Tel. No. 975-18-50