There are several chicken restaurants that were able to create their own brand of chicken flavor. KFC for their original recipe fried chicken, Max’s for their deep fried juicy chicken, Andok’s, Kenny Rogers and Bacolod Inasal for grilled or roasted chicken. Then there’s BonChon, …
Today, BonChon chicken’s unique flavor definitely made a mark on my palate. In fact chewing on BonChon chops took my mind off the fixed annuity rates that I was chewing on the whole morning.
Their thin-skinned fried chicken are crunchy on the outside and juicy on the inside. The soy garlic glaze perfectly compliments the light, crispy and moist chops or chicken breast fillet slices. It’s a bit like eating a crispy version of chicken teriyaki with glaze instead of sauce.
The food is cooked only upon ordering so I was able to enjoy my chops while they were still warm. The texture was great and the flavors aren’t too strong which makes it perfect to eat even without rice. I actually prefer munching on it without the rice. BonChon chicken is available in soy garlic and spicy variants.
The average budget for a BonChon Meal is Php200-300 but those on a very tight budget can still get to enjoy a BonChon meal for as low as Php95 (1 pc drumstick/thigh rice box). Boxed meals, which include your choice of chicken part, rice and drinks, are priced at Php 145. There are also several side dishes you can enjoy your chicken with. These include fries, Caesar salad, Ginger Tofu salad, and Kimchi coleslaw. Don’t forget to try their desserts which are quite affordable at only 35 – 75 pesos.