Can I entice you with really good Mexican food?
The front of the restaurant is a cafeteria sort of set-up where you can see the ingredients, condiments and other components of the food you order. Prepare to salivate.
Step One would be choosing what dish you'd like. Step two would be selecting your meat and so forth. You assemble your own dish as you go along, so you can add or subtract according to your pleasure. Isn't that neat?
First up is the an order of Ballpark Nachos. Big serving with lots of toppings, good for maybe 3-5 persons, depending on your appetites.
Beef Burrito. It's a single order but cut in half because of its hefty size. I found it hard to even finish a half portion.
These Tacos come in threes. Very flavorful. I finished one but I could easily eat all three too.
Dun-dun-dun-duuuun! My favorite dish at B and T--Quesadilla! It's not the normal Quesadilla that I've tried from other Mexican restaurants, which is usually just a tortilla filled with melted cheese or slivers of chicken. This is a huge pizza-size flour tortilla folded in half and torched (Torching it gave a sort-of nutty flavor and a crispness that I loved.). The filling of meat and veggies was abundant and heavy on the stomach. I was only able to eat a quarter of it. For the light eaters, it comes sliced, so don't worry.
At first glance, the pricing (around the 300+ peso mark and up) seemed a bit steep to me. But after the orders arrived, I realized it was value for money because the portions were double the usual and the quality of the food exceeded expectations. Satisfyingly filling for the stomach and the pocket, I promise to go back for another serving! :)
Where do you go to get your Mexican fix?
B and T Mexican Kitchen
Sekai Center, Madison st. cor. Ortigas Avenue
(02) 477 - 7488
(02) 477 - 7488