Fried-ay everyday no matter what the budget!
Fried chicken is a staple in most people’s appetites. The smell of frying chicken alone is enough to trigger you into a craving frenzy and leaving that unsatisfied ain’t pretty. So when you’re in a pickle, it’s comforting to know there’s a fried chicken fix no matter the state of your bank account!
Note: Prices may be subject to change without prior notice.
If you’ve got ₱100 or less
Uncle John’s Spicy Fried Chicken – Mini Stop
₱75 for one piece, comes with rice and gravy. The great thing about Mini Stop and other convenience stores is that they are everywhere. So whenever you’re looking for a quick bite or full meal, Mini Stop has got you covered.
Price: ₱75 for one piece; comes with rice and gravy.
Chixy Pops – Chixy Col-Pop
A branch only located in SM Fairview, if you’re into on the go or easy to eat chicken, then you’ll love Chixy Col-Pop’s signature fried chicken poppers with sauces and flavoring powders.
Price: ₱85 for 12 pieces of glazed chixy pops, which are 100% pure chicken fillets.
Tom Sawyer’s Old Fashioned Krispy Chicken – Tom Sawyer
Why change something that isn’t broken? Tom Sawyer’s fried chicken will bring you back to the roots of a good meal that will give you a bang for your buck!
Price: ₱83 for one piece
If you’ve got ₱250
OMG Unfried Fried Chicken – Kenny Rogers Roasters
A staple restaurant for Filipino families for generations, Kenny Rogers Roasters specializes in homestyle and delicious, healthy dishes such as their OMG Unfried Fried Chicken which uses less oil.
Price: ₱181 for 2 pieces
Fun fact: If you order directly from Kenny Rogers Roasters, you can avail of their newest product, The Garlic Butter Roast Chicken!
Chee-Z Signature – Monga Chicken
Although the Taiwanese Style Fried Chicken is a popular street snack in Taipei, Monga Chicken’s claim to fame is their extra-thick chicken cutlets marinated with honey, dipped in batter instead of dry flour, and fried to perfection. Plus, the gooey and melty mozzarella cheese on top!
Price: ₱220 for single piece
Fried Chicken – Señor Pollo
Señor Pollo is a homegrown concept from the team behind El Chupacabra. It is “home of the famous Latin chicken” and other specialties.
Price: ₱123 for one piece
Must Try: If you're steering clear from fried food, Senor Pollo's roast chicken is your best friend!
Classic Pan Chicken – Pancake House
Pancake House is a family favorite. Sunday brunch is a staple at this restaurant that has something for everyone whether you have a sweet tooth or looking for something savory.
Price: ₱242 for 2 pcs and comes with rice and gravy.
If you’ve got ₱350
Buttered Chicken – Classic Savory
Crispy, chunky, and flavorful, Classic Savory’s take on fried chicken is unforgettable thanks to their special batter recipe. Even better, this chicken platter is perfect for sharing!
Price: ₱325 for several pieces.
Umami Fried Chicken Plate – Bad Bird
Bad Bird specializes in deep fried chicken flavored with umami spices served with sides like waffles, dirty rice, corn cobs, and hush puppies.
Price: ₱280 for 2 pcs. of chicken, a scoop of rice, and gravy.
Buttermilk Fried Chicken – Main Street
Main Street, named after one of Vancouver’s districts, is a casual Canadian diner that serves poutine, pulled pork rice bowl, shepherd’s pie, and more. Their bestseller here is the 3 pcs. buttermilk fried chicken that can also come in solo meal or platter.
Price: ₱290 for 3 pieces of chicken with garlic cream sauce served with herbed rice or fries.
Available for al fresco dine-in, pick-up, and delivery via Foodpanda and GrabFood
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10 East Capitol Drive, Katipolyo, Pasig
(0926) 655-0524 | (0917) 815- 8187
Homestyle Fried Chicken – Nono’s
Owned by Chef Baba Ibazeta- Benedicto (same chef behind Classic Confections), offers modern Filipino comfort food favorites.
Price: ₱565, a platter of crisp boneless chicken fillet with country style gravy and honey, served with a dinner roll, corn on the cob, and a choice of fries or rice.
KFC (Katipunan Fried Chicken) – Tipple and Slaw
Tipple and Slaw takes fried chicken to a new level with their homey, familiar, and delicious take paired with mash and chicken rice. Their menu is chock-full of interesting eats that are definitely worth the trip!
Price: ₱350 for 1 pc. with creamy mash and chicken rice
If you’ve got ₱450
Moonshine P.U.B. (Public. Urban. Bar.) is a casual and relaxed bar serving signature cocktails and comfort food from the same creative culinary team behind Tipsy Pig Gastropub.
Price: ₱400 for boneless fried chicken, citrus coleslaw, house gravy, and creamy mashed potatoes.
Available for deine-in, take-out, pick-up, and delivery via foodpanda
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The Sapphire Bloc, The Sapphire Bloc, Ortigas Center, Pasig
If you’ve got more than ₱500
Buttermilk Fried Chicken – Kettle
Kettle offers Southern American specialties including Chef Chiloy’s signature buttermilk fried chicken. They also serve steaks, burgers, and other comfort food.
Price: ₱605 comes with 2 pcs. of chicken, 3 pcs. of cornbread muffin, honey, and gravy.
Chicken and Biscuits – Wildflour Cafe + Bakery
Wildflour Cafe + Bakery offers international fare and specialty breads and cakes. It’s a bakery at heart and was the first purveyor of cronuts in Manila. It’s for people who enjoy the feeling of slow Sunday mornings.
Price: ₱705 and comes with sausage gravy and honey
Let’s be real—fried chicken is life but if a deep fried drumstick is costing you more than that, there better be gold in that gravy.
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