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The Wow taste at Boboy's Iha-w WOW.

Newly opened this March is a food place that falls under the fastfood category in terms of service and set-up.  Located at the CK Mall in Cainta, this is a food place that knows what meat is all about, especially pork, and you will definitely enjoy the infused flavor in each bite.  Welcome to BOBOY’s Iha-w WoW.

Owned by Mharvin Ko, his love for food is evident as his love for his family, Boboy’s is actually his way of expressing his love and sharing it.  The place is actually named after his uncle, who is also a food lover, to make it more local and pinoy and what better way to make it pinoy but by serving foods that pinoy loves and enjoys.

Top on the list is their pork barbecue and isaw ng baboy, two commonly known street foods brought to front by the flavors that they get to infused into it.  Can be ordered solo or in big batch, with or without rice, this is soon to be a crowd favorite once you get to taste it.  They also have isaw ng manok, chicken inasal (rice meal), liempo (rice meal), dinaing na bangus (rice meal), fish fillet meal for you to choose from and enjoy!  Not only do they have that, they also serve local favorites such as stir fried kangkong, crunchy baby shrimps, lumpiang shanghai, lumpiang sariwa, tokwa’t baboy, sisig  and fried lumpiang vegetable.  

They also have spaghetti, bihon guisado and pancit palabok for you to enjoy at any time of the day.  And for something sweet, they have ube-turon w/caramel sauce for you to munch on.  To quench your thirst they offer sodas, pineapple juice, cucumber lemonade and a local favorite sago’t gulaman.

BOBOY’s Ina-WoW is located at the upper ground floor of the CK Mall which is at Ortigas Ave. Extension, Cainta, Rizal.  Open during mall hours and from Monday till Sunday.  Come, visit and enjoy a dining experience at BOBOY’s Iha-w Wow and learn the magic they have on their pork offerings. (PR)

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