Aside from puto bumbong, another food that beckons the Christmas season is the typical rice cake of the Filipinos, bibingka. This delight can be seen everywhere once the holiday season approaches (which normally happens when the calendar reached the “ber” months).
But did you know where to find the best tasting bibingka in the metro that can be bought without hurting your pockets? Well, let us start searching now!
1. Cassava Bibingka with Buko @ Fely J’s
Who says that the primary ingredient of bibingka should always be rice flour? Fely J’s would surely give your taste buds an atypical taste of bibingka for theirs is made from cassava crop and topped with rich and creamy coconut meat!
Locations: 2nd Floor Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Greenbelt, Makati City / Uptown Place Mall, Uptown Bonifacio
2. Classic Bibingka @ Ferino’s
But if you never got tired or sick of the classic bibingka, then go ahead to Ferino’s and have a plate of the ever classic bibingka you crave for every Christmas season!
Location: Gilmore Avenue, Valencia, Quezon City
3. Bibingka Waffle @ Catabolic Cafe
Satisfy your waffle and bibingka cravings into just one delight – Bibingka Waffle – at Catabolic Cafe! This is perfect for those who want to have a taste of bibingka with a twist.
Location: 22 Malingap Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City
4. Bibingka with Salted Duck Egg @ Purple Yam
Slices of salted egg can be usually found in bibingka, but a salted duck egg? How does this bibingka with salted duck egg sounds to you? Well, Purple Yam will surely make you like it! Go ahead and try out this one!
Locations: Lower Ground Floor Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Pasig City / 603 Nakpil Street corner Bocobo Street, Malate, Manila
5. Bibingka Mamon @ Maximo
If there’s waffle bibingka at Catabolic, now, let your taste bud savor the goodness and fluffiness of Maximo’s bibingka mamon!
Location: 173 Katipunan Extension, Blue Ridge, Quezon City