Sunday, January 1, 2012

Ferino's Bibingka and Puto Bumbong

Since its new year, I might as well share this treats that are perfect for Noche Buena.  Whenever we see Ferino's Bibingka at various malls or booths like last Christmas Noel bazaar, we simpy can't resist their Bibingka and Puto Bumbong


Everyone in our family loves Bibingka and Puto Bumbong so we've tried out so many Bibingka's and Puto Bumbong.  Ferino's is the most frequent one we buy because it has the most booths and branches.  But, we only buy from Ferino's if its cooked by charcoal because the ones cooked by electric cookers are not as delicious.


Bibingka (100 php)
Bibingka (100 php)
Ferino's Bibingka is wrapped in wax paper and served hot as it is always freshly cooked when ordered.  It has bits of white cheese ("quesong puti" in Filipino) and salted egg ("itlog maalat" in Filipino).  The serving size is just right.  It is best eaten with the coconut shreds that comes with it.  Ferino's version of Bibingka is good.  It enough to satisfy our Bibingka craving any time.  But, it is not the best we've had.

Puto Bumbong (60 php)
If its one thing I love more than Puto Bumbong.  You can also add grated coconut and enjoy.  This only has a light butter and sugary taste but its stickiness makes it so much fun to it.

Tsinoy Foodies Verdict
Ferino's Bibingka is a bit expensive for its price.  But, the quality as long as its charcoal cooked is consistent so you can satisfy your Bibingka or Puto Bumbong craving without having to risk being disappointed.  Other than the price, I'd say Ferino's Bibingka is certainly worth the try.

Tsinoy Foodies Review Rating
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=Favorites or Recommended 


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