Wednesday, June 19, 2013

YOHEL'S BAGNET STATION



I can't believe it's been a couple of weeks already since I last wrote and promised you guys a post in the next, well, couple of weeks. Haha! Anyway, I am really excited to share a foodie place that  comes up with menu items that are conceptualized around one delicious Filipino pork dish: BAGNET! Oh yes, the crunchy, tasty bagnet that is reminiscent of the North. Glad to know that us Marikenyos need not travel that far though just to have a taste of yummy bagnet!

Yohel's Bagnet opened its doors to crunchy-crispy-pork-belly fans last April, and, as soon as I tried a piece of their original bagnet dish, I knew: this place warrants my, yours and everybody's visit! (I think a photo post in FB got tons of attention as soon as I uploaded it, hehe!)


Bright-colored interior with a videoke machine! Cool!

Sis and I had a hard time ordering. All dishes were tempting! Since I am beginning to doubt my cholesterol levels, I suggested we limit our order to three dishes... and try the others next time! Har har har!

Ladies and gentlemen, at this point I suggest you ready a couple of wet wipes or tissue to wipe off the drool from your computer screens.

The Kare-Kare Bagnet solo order (115 PhP for a solo meal, with rice) had a wonderful nutty flavor to it. The crunchy texture of the pork belly was a welcome twist from the usual soft tripe or pork knuckle. This one we will definitely order again.

The Binagoongang Bagnet (115 PhP for a solo meal, with rice) was another marvel. Crunchy cuts of pork belly nestled upon a piece of inihaw na talong smothered with bagoong. Imagine how heavenly this tastes with sukang Iloko! Yum!


Just to "titillate" your taste buds, here is another angle of the Binagoongang Bagnet. See how the crackle of the pork skin jumps right off your screen? Hehe!


I loved the Original Bagnet dish (105 PhP for a solo meal, with rice) most of all. It comes with your choice of sauce, but since I couldn't make up my mind, I ordered all the available sauces. Clockwise from left: Sukang Iloko dip, Lechon Sauce dip, Atchara dip, and my super duper favorite Bagoong Isda dip. Can I teleport to Yohel's Bagnet right now?

So, if you're craving for bagnet, no need to travel up north. Just look for Yohel's Bagnet across SDS hospital and have your share of well-prepared and delicious bagnet dishes that are guaranteed to satisfy.


YOHEL'S BAGNET STATION
No. 59-A Katipunan St. Concepcion Uno, Marikina City
Just across SDS Hospital
Tel. No.: 0918 472 4585. THEY DELIVER!!!
Operating hours: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Visit their Facebook page here.
Munching Budget per person: starts at 100 PhP


Marikina, aking hirang.

Roni
 

9 comments:

  1. I've seen this already, and told BF about it. We'll be trying this soon!!

    There's also a newly opened noodle house along Lilac street, just beside Chinabank. The name of the place is Mogu Tree Noodle House. You might want to check that out =)

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    1. hi Roa! thanks and let me know about your bagnet experience ;-)

      Me loves noodles, so I'll be checking out Mogu Tree Noodle House as well. Thanks a bunch and hope to see you more often here in the blog! ;-)

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  2. Finally!!! :) I'm curious about this place. I guess it's a good alternative for me kesa magpunta ako sa Makati for the bagnet dishes.

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    1. hi Mich, korek, plus it's quite accessible for you, daan ka lang Sumulong Hiway ;-) and super affordable pa ang mga bagnet solo meals. ;-)

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    1. hi Nicole! another place for you to try ;-)

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  4. You got that much serving for that low price?!? I am so gonna search for this place the next time I visit Marikina :D

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    1. hi Andrew! Yes, super sulit no? super yummy pa. Hope you can visit soon!

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  5. where exactly in Marikina pls..... thanks

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