While we were buying our dinner at the food court of Robinson’s Summit, we saw a new food stall that opened to where Siomai House was before. It was called Bodato burgers and they were selling burgers starting at PHP89. We were curious about it so we planned to try it out the next day.
They over different kinds of burgers (beef, chicken, fish, tofu etc) and toppings such as Chili Con Carne, Mushrooms and of course, cheese. So here’s what we ordered.
Bodato Beef Burger with Chili con Carne – PHP 119
Knowing that it would be spicy, I still ordered it (challenge accepted!) because I wanted something more than just plain beef burger. Their burgers are usually composed of the following:
- Topping (cheese,chili con carne, mushroom)
- Tomato and cucumbers
The chili con carne was spicy as expected but not to the point that I’m not enjoy it properly. It was actually good but the patty’s flavor has been overpowered by the topping. The patty could have been thicker but at their price, I guess it’s ok.
Bodato Frankfurter Sandwich De Luxe – PHP 119
My only comment would be; the cheese in the actual vs the pictures were different (grated cheese vs cheese strips).
Bodato Spicy Beef Burger – PHP 89
Not as spicy as I thought. This had a “black pepper” aura.
As I was doing research about them online, I noticed that their prices in Robinson’s Summit were actually lower than their prices outside. For example, in RS, the beef burger costs only PHP89 while outside, it costs PHP107. That’s nearly PHP 20 of savings.
I actually enjoyed the taste of their burger and I’m curious to try out their other offers. However, I’m afraid that with Robinson Summit’s unexplained high rents and the cheaper meal alternatives of the veterans there, Bodato might have a problem surviving there.
Till next time,
Bodato Burgers (CLOSED)
HOTSPOT FOODCOURT Branch
7/F Robinson Summit Center, Ayala Avenue