B & T Mexican Kitchen San Juan

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B & T Mexican Kitchen

We learned about B & T Mexican Kitchen by chance one fine day in 2011. Hubs and I were looking for something at the building where the said restaurant is located. We're not really big on Mexican food, but once in a while, we get that strong craving that needs to be satisfied...fast. That came three nights ago, and so we found our way back to our favorite Mexican resto this side of the Metro.

B & T Mexican Kitchen

There was a time when we got hooked on Ristras at J. Abad Santos. It was during the time when they were still new and was still serving really good food. The quality has changed drastically over the years. Some say that one of Ristras' partners is the owner of B & T. I don't have any confirmation on that yet, but I'll unleash my inner Nancy Drew to get the nitty-gritty on that one. If you're gonna base it on the concept and the dried chili pepper d├ęcor, there's a strong possibility that it's true. I suck at being Nancy Drew. My verdict is based on two weak evidences. Pffft.

B & T Mexican Kitchen

Like what I stated above, the concept is very similar to Ristras. They have a chalkboard menu {which I like a lot} and is semi self-service. You choose which one you like on their extensive menu at the counter, pay for it, and wait for your order to be delivered on your table.

You can modify your order according to how you want it done. You can instruct the ones preparing your dish regarding how much or how little of the specific filling you want as they go.

B & T Mexican Kitchen

The drinking glass jars are pretty cool, don't you think? I forgot to take a photo, however, of what went inside the jars. If you're interested, it's just a soda and a beer.



Mexican Wrap
Mexican Wrap  PhP 380

I got the Mexican Wrap with Carne Asada {steak} as the meat filling. It had some of the usual filling of a Tex-Mex wrap - shredded lettuce, cheese, ranchero, pico de gallo, sour cream, cilantro, and corn. Eventhough the steak was a little bit dry and tough that night, still, the whole thing turned out to be really good and very filling! It'll be great if they can come up with a Fil-Mex version of this. An adobo or beef tapa option on their menu. 

Mexican Wrap



Chicken Quesadilla
Chicken Quesadilla  PhP 330

The chicken quesadilla is also a good choice and one of our usual orders at B & T Mexican Kitchen. Their burger and pizza is really good too!

With the exception of the bell pepper, the quesadilla has the same filling as the Mexican Wrap. It was an explosion of good flavors! It was filled up thinly, but was delicious nonetheless. I also like their tortilla being extra crunchy. A good break from the usual pliable and chewy ones. 

Chicken Quesadilla

B & T Mexican Kitchen Menu


Quality: 3/5
Service: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Ambiance: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5

B & T Mexican Kitchen
G/F Sekai Center, Madison St. cor. Ortigas Ave..
Greenhills, San Juan City
Tel. No. (632) 975.18.50
Facebook: B & T Mexican Kitchen



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