Boy Kanin officially welcomed guests and customers to their first full service restaurant in the town of Orani, Bataan last September 28, 2018. There was even a motorcade which was graced by no other than Boy Kanin mascot to celebrate the momentous event. Tricycles, cars and vans joined the motorcade as kids and kids-at-heart were delighted with the presence of Boy Kanin mascot who gamely posed for photo opportunity.
The motorcade was then followed with a short blessing, ceremonial ribbon cutting, tossing of rice and coins to those who were present to witness the said event. Sticking to the festive Filipino theme, Boy Kanin’s first full service dine-in restaurant had a modern colorful interior which will remind one of a town’s fiesta which perfectly fit Boy Kanin’s range of food offerings. It was designed by Architect Lumor Cenon Cesar with the help of Boy Kanin Orani owners Mr. and Mrs. Capili.
“We are truly proud of how we started as small food cart concept and now we’ve turned into a full dine in store,” said Boy Kanin’s President and CEO, Mr. Ronald Allan Callao. His vision five years ago was to simply introduce “real Filipino fastfood” in affordable prices. “Our culture has so much more to offer to the world. I’d like to envision Filipino food to be recognized all over the world,” he added.
Mr. Ronald Allan Callao has a lot more dreams and plans for Boy Kanin. For him, there’s a lot more room for improvements as far as Boy Kanin is concerned. He plans to open more branches (hopefully more dine-in restaurants like this one) in the future. In the next couple of months, expect Boy Kanin to launch several well-loved Filipino desserts and dishes like suman, crispy kare-kare, kapeng barako, among many others. So far, Boy Kanin’s R&D are doing its job in trying and testing all the foods before they are launch in full swing. “But everything is now in the works,”assures Mr. Callao.
Boy Kanin’s Orani Bataan branch has a sitting capacity of 40 to 45 people. The restaurant is strategically located in high traffic area with landmarks such as Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary (Boy Kanin is just a few steps from the church itself), several schools, municipal hall, gymnasium as well as residential areas.
If you live nearby, come and visit Boy Kanin Orani Bataan located at the Ground Floor, Pag-ASA Building, Bayan ng Orani, Bataan, 2112
Operational Hours: Mondays to Sundays from -8:00 am to 10:00 pm