Over the last few months, we’ve been obsessed with BBQ! From BBQ Ribs, Steak specials and Korean Bulgogi. Bintang now proudly brings to you meat on a stick, also known as filipino BBQ. On my recent travels to Philippines this was the usual staple between meals. Found in street corners in every barrio. A humble stand selling weird and wonderful assortments of meat parts on a stick. Convenient, cheap, fresh and delicious. However anyone who has had the pleasure in trying this delicacy in Philippines can vouch for me when I say every part of the chicken is creatively skewered and prepared and nothing goes to waste. A bit extreme for the faint hearted, but for the open minded a delicious snack. Continue reading
Bintang’s secret ”Bear” garden in the heart of Camden – That’s called Alfresco baby! NOW OPEN!
Bintang’s Alfresco Secret Garden in the middle of London!
It’s that time of year when Sun appears from behind the clouds beckoning and teasing out sun worshippers to experience everything in its warming rays of light.
As Londoners we all know how to capitalize on this short but fulfilling time of the year called the Spring/Summer. Armed with Ray Bans and Sun Block SPF0 we eat, pray, love in all its shining glory.
Bintang has rounded the troops to ensure its secret garden is ready for all its Sun Lovers. We’ve been ploughing ahead using the best in reclaimed materials and hired the best design minds a plate of Bintang noodles can buy. We hope you like the result!
Known for our inspirational Pan- Asian cuisine and our excellent Barako bean coffee from Philippines we provide the most relaxed al fresco dining experience in the heart of Camden Town. Bintang’s secret garden will keep you away from the hectic noises of the city and will transport you in the urban settings of South East Asia!
Reserve your sunny spot at one of the several al fresco tables at Bintang and bring your own bottle or wine or even enjoy our refreshing homemade mojitos!
Now open, but not finished!– Bintang’s Secret garden – enjoy alfresco dining in one of London’s best kept secrets.
Why is it called the “Bear” garden”? Come over and find out!