There’s nothing quite like the comfort that fried chicken brings. Just at first glance and first whiff, you know you’re in for a hearty meal. And once you bite into the wonderful combination of crispy, flavorful skin, and juicy, tender meat it’s almost impossible to stop.
It’s a good thing you don’t have to. Go indulge, fill your life with happy days, and sample the best of the metro’s fried chicken offerings.
8. Pancake House: Classic Pan Chicken
Isn’t it amazing that Pancake House has been around since the 1970s? Many years have passed, tons of trendy restaurants have come and gone, and yet Pancake House remains one of the go-to places for affordable comfort food.
Of course, no visit is complete without the Classic Pan Chicken. How can one pass up its incredibly crispy skin and ultra-rich gravy? One simply does not.
7. Jollibee: Chickenjoy
You can try fried chicken from the fanciest restaurants, and you’ll find that nothing really compares to Chickenjoy. Heck, it’s better than half of the expensive ones. It has the power to turn the worst moments around—from hectic office lunches to drunken IDK-how-to-go-home night outs.
6. Frank & Dean: Southern Fried Chicken
1F Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Open Sunday to Thursday from 7am to 12mn, Friday and Saturday 24 hours
(02) 246 9069 ext:945 | Facebook | P280 – P590
Thanks to Frank & Dean, you can finally satisfy your fried chicken cravings as late as midnight and, on some days, even 24 hours! Here, you can unwind with a few beers and the ultimate comfort food: Southern Fried Chicken. Enjoy it with rice, doughnuts, mac n’ cheese, or waffles.
5. Wildflour Bakery + Café: Fried Chicken & Biscuits
Beyond its instagenic interiors and gorgeous pastries spread, people tend to overlook that Wildflour houses damn good fried chicken, too. Their version comes with biscuits, sausage gravy and honey. You’ll have to wait about 20 minutes for this order, but it’s absolutely worth it. Their fried chicken will serve as a scrumptious reminder that indeed, all good things come to those who wait.