Manang’s Chicken at Tomas Morato, Quezon City

One weekday lunch, hubby and I decided to try Manang’s Chicken. We were closest to the Tomas Morato branch at the time and so that was where we ended up.

Manang's Chip and Dip at Manang's Chicken
We tried Manang’s Chips and Dip (P64 for large size, pictured above) which we found intriguing. The large size comes with two dips (there are three available: Creamy Cheese, Garlic Mayo, and Spicy Ketchup). Since hubby and I each had one full order we ended up with four dips so we were able to try all of them. We both enjoyed the chips — lightly salted real potatoes sliced thinly then fried to a crisp. They are best eaten hot as that’s when they are at their crunchiest.
Chicken Meal at Manang's Chicken
We were supposed to try the Garlic Pork Chop that day, unfortunately it was out of stock so we settled for chicken. A 1-pc chicken meal like this at Manang’s costs only P99. It comes with a drink too. I liked how crunchy and tasty the sweet-savory sauce-drizzled chicken was but the meat was a bit dry.
We got Coleslaw (P29, pictured above) and Buttered Corn (P29, pictured above) as our side dishes. The coleslaw tastes like KFC’s, so yeah, it’s good.

For dessert, we had Red Velvet Sundae which is only available this February. Soft-serve vanilla ice cream tops freshly baked Red Velvet Cake. There are candy sprinkles all over too. I liked it a lot! The cake is moist, chewy, and not overly sweet. It’s P49 per order. I hope they decide to make it available for good because I like it better than their other desserts.

All in all we had a pretty satisfactory lunch at Manang’s Chicken. I still want to try the Garlic Pork Chop though. The place was packed at 12nn and we were lucky to have gotten the last table when we got there. Prices are reasonable so it’s definitely a nice option for quick meals.

Manang’s Chicken
G/F Lansbergh Place,
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
666-1111 (Delivery Hotline)

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