Pecho, paa, o ako?

What’s the ultimate Mang Inasal meal, you might ask? For starters, go for your choice of pecho or paa, douse your rice with a generous amount of chicken oil, soy sauce, vinegar, and calamansi, and indulge in a delicious dish of leche flan. While you’re at it, why not try their sisig or pork BBQ for a change?

Plus, we have good news. You can get your Mang Inasal fix in the comfort of your own home or while you’re OT-ing at work! To help you out, we’ve rounded up a list of food delivery services that’ll bring you your Mang Inasal favorites!

Mang Inasal Main Delivery

Mang Inasal Delivery Man in front of the establishment
Photo from @absonizuka

Hotline: #731-1111
Min. Order Requirement:
Delivery Fee: 
10% of your total amount
Delivery Hours: Delivery is subject to the store branches’ operating hours. For all Mang Inasal store hours, check here.

*Main Delivery is available in selected areas of Metro Manila and Provincial Luzon areas only

Insider hack: All Globe subscribers can call Mang Inasal Delivery for free through their mobile phones. Don't forget to press "#" before you dial their hotline!


Mang Inasal Paa with Rice and Calamansi
Photo from @__heartangel__

Online: Download the app here.
Min. Order Requirement: None
Delivery Fee: ₱49 Fixed rate

Insider tip: For those who can't eat Mang Inasal meals without the sabaw, you can add ₱10 for their sour soup!

Food Panda

Halo-Halo with Ube Ice Cream, Green Sticko, Beans, and Jelly
Photo from @andy_chih76

Online: Order here or Download the app here.
Min. Order Requirement: ₱300
Delivery Fee: Varies per location of establishment

Insider tip: Some locations have free delivery like Makati.

Two More Tips:

1. Ask for Sauce Sachets

If you’re a true Mang Inasal fan, chicken oil should be the blood pumping through your veins. Lucky for you, Mang Inasal gives out sachets of soy sauce and their beloved chicken oil. Just make sure to ask them about it!

Chicken oil, soy sauce, and vinegar
Photo from @tarasasouth

2. Ask for ‘No Plastic Utensils’

One of the best parts of eating Mang Inasal is to use your hands for scooping up chicken inasal and rice! Plus, opting to go without disposable cutlery is a great effort in helping the global campaign to cut out plastic from our day-to-day lives.

Mang Inasal Pecho with Rice in the Background
Photo from @weldc

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And there you have it! We hope the next time you’re craving Mang Inasal you’ll be able to use these tips and tricks to make your food delivery experience 10x better.

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