Mang Inasal will always be at the top of our minds when it comes to authentic Filipino cuisine. Known for its iconic “unlimited rice” and distinct taste of marinated chicken made out of local herbs and spices. This fast-food restaurant primarily sells quick-serving dishes such as Chicken Inasal, Bangus Sisig, Halo-Halo, Palabok, and the newest added on the list – Pork BBQ. The variations in the Mang Inasal menu give great pleasure and comfort to every Filipino. Definitely offer meals that are worth returning for.
Whether you want to eat alone, are just craving, or want to treat the whole family and barkada, Mang Inasal has a lot of choices that you will surely enjoy. Let’s find out what Mang Inasal has to offer!
Below, you’ll find the updated list of Mang Inasal menu prices.
|Menu Items||Price (PHP)|
|Chicken inasal regular solo||88|
|Chicken inasal regular with drink||104|
|Paa large (pm1) 1 rice||105|
|Paa large (pm1) unli rice||120|
|Pecho large (pm2) 1 rice||121|
|Pecho large (pm2) unli rice||136|
|1 stick pork bbq solo||50|
|1 stick pork bbq with drink||65|
|2 sticks pork bbq solo||86|
|2 sticks pork bbq with drink||99|
|Pork sisig solo||85|
|Pork sisig with drink||99|
|Bangus sisig solo||99|
|Bangus sisig with drink||114|
Todo Solb Meal (TSM)
|Paa large solo||129|
|Paa large with drink||144|
|Pecho large solo||145|
|Pecho large with drink||160|
|Pinoy halohalo small||56|
|Pinoy halohalo regular||76|
|Pinoy halohalo small add on for every meal||50|
|Crema de leche halohalo small||65|
|Crema de leche halohalo regular||85|
|Crema de leche halohalo small add on for every meal||60|
|Buko pandan halohalo small||65|
|Buko pandan halohalo regular||85|
|Buko pandan halohalo small add on for every meal||60|
|6 pc chicken inasal regular||399|
|8 pc chicken inasal regular||499|
|Chicken inasal 2 pc paa large||180|
|Chicken inasal 2 pc spicy paa large||186|
|Chicken inasal 4 pc paa large||355|
|Chicken inasal 4 pc spicy paa large||365|
|Chicken inasal 2 pc pecho large||205|
|Chicken inasal 2 pc spicy pecho large||211|
|Chicken inasal 4 pc pecho large||400|
|Chicken inasal 4 pc spicy pecho large||415|
|Pork bbq 4 sticks||129|
|Por bbq 10 sticks||329|
|Palabok ala carte||59|
|Palanok with drink||65|
|Pinoy halohalo (small) + palabok combo||99|
|Iced red gulaman small 12oz||36|
|Iced red gulaman medium 16oz||46|
|Iced red gulaman drink upsize 16oz||12|
|Softdrinks small 12oz||36|
|Softdrinks medium 16oz||46|
|Softdrinks drink upsize 16oz||12|
|Iced tea small 12oz||36|
|Iced tea medium 16oz||46|
|Iced tea drink upsize 16oz||12|
About Mang Inasal
Every famous fast-food chain is born from a story of motivation, risk-taking, and strategizing. It was how Edgar “Injap” Sia began and founded the company at the age of twenty-six. Mang Inasal (Hiligaynon word) or “Mr. Barbecue” started in Iloilo City, located in Western Visayas Region in the Philippines established the first store at a rented space in Robinson’s Mall Carpark, back in December 2003. The support of his family is the start that changed his life forever.
The success of Mang Inasal never stops there, in 2005 the stability of the company led to its opening for franchising. Different branches started within Visayas and Mindanao before they expanded throughout Luzon. The restaurant’s excellence garnered several awards from the 19th Annual National Consumers Awards in 2008 – “Outstanding Fast Growing Local Food Company”, the 2010 Dangal ng Bayan Awards, the “Most Outstanding Quick Service Restaurant, and Most Outstanding Chicken Inasal restaurant”, and the “Outstanding Filipino Franchise Award” from 2015 Franchise Excellence Awards. The hard work really pays off.
In 2016, Jollibee Food Corporation (JFC), the largest food service company in the Philippines acquired a 100% share of Mang Inasal.
Mang Inasal is a fast-food-style restaurant you can see almost everywhere now in the Philippines. The company’s success in capturing the hearts of Filipino is what makes the chain grow strong with over 450 stores nationwide.
Today, Mang Inasal is the leading Pinoy brand grilled food restaurant in the country, famous for its nuot-sarap chicken, unlimited rice, and of course, chicken oil.
Mang Inasal Menu Best Seller
We gather the most relevant information thru research and interviews for the compilation of their best-selling items. Here is the list of their menu best sellers.
Paa with Rice – Paa with rice or pm1 is one of the most favorite and famous dishes on the Mang Inasal menu. This is the thigh and leg part of the chicken where usually ordered with drinks and unlimited rice.
Pecho with Rice – Pecho or pm2 is also included in their best-selling items. Pecho is a chicken quarter part where the wing and breast are included. It usually comes with a drink and unlimited rice as well.
Photo Credit: Mang Inasal FB Page
Lumpiang Togue – This version of lumpia is also included in Mang Inasal’s best sellers. Unlike the popular Lumpiang shanghai, lumpiang togue is stuffed with vegetables inside like togue or bean sprouts, Baguio beans, carrots, and some ground meat inside. They serve this with a special dipping sauce as well.
Chorizo Inasal – Aside from chicken inasal could also be chorizo and that’s also included in Mang Inasals best sellers. Made with special chorizo in a barbecue stick and served with rice and dipping sauce. You can order this regularly or with unlimited rice.
Chicken inasal is a dish where chicken mostly leg parts are grilled but before grilling it is marinated with soy sauce and a lot of ingredients to enhance the flavor of the chicken just as garlic and pepper. Mang Inasal’s version of chicken inasal menu is one of the most favorite items to order on their list, they specialize in doing it, and as you may notice they even named their restaurant based on it.
Photo Credit: Mang Inasal FB Page
Their chicken inasal has that mild taste where I can taste a slight sweetness on the outer part of the chicken. I am thinking that maybe the marinade was already caramelized and that made their chicken really delicious. The meat of their chicken inasal is tender and is not dry it is cooked just perfectly without burning the chicken. Their chicken inasal is really good with rice with a bit of chicken oil and oh the dipping sauce with the combination of calamansi, soy sauce, and chili is just perfect. They have other options for their inasal that I list down below.
Todo Solb Paa Large – Which is basically a combination of mang inasal’s favorites like chicken inasal large, half serving of palabok, and soup. you can try their unlimited rice as well. And It also has a spicy version.
Todo Solb Pecho Large – This is also of their chicken inasal options, just like the previous item this is a combination of mang inasal’s favorites like chicken inasal large, half serving of palabok, and soup. you can try their unlimited rice as well. And It also has a spicy version.
Fiesta Meal – This fiesta meal consists of marinated chicken quarters served with 3 cups of rice, 3 chicken oil sachets l, 3 toyomansi sachets, and soup and is only available for delivery.
Mang Inasal Halo Halo Menu
Halo Halo is a very popular Filipino dessert. And mang inasal’s version of halo halo is just outstanding. Mang inasal has 2 versions of this popular dessert.
Photo Credit: Mang Inasal FB Page
Extra Creamy Halo Halo – is made with shaved ice with a lot of milk. It also has red sago pearls, ube halaya or processed sweetened purple yam, yellow and red beans, green pandan jelly, sweetened banana, sweetened beans, jackfruit, leche flan, and ube ice cream. It also has barquillos on top. Aside from their extra creamy halo halo they also have another option to offer which is their crema de leche halo halo.
Crema de Leche Halo Halo – This is basically a mixture of shaved ice with a lot of milk, sweetened banana, and leche flan on top.
Their halo halo is perfect especially in hot weather when everyone is looking for something cold to eat. The combinations of flavors on their halo halo are just right and do not overpower each flavor.
Mang Inasal Menu Palabok
Palabok is also one of the most famous pancit versions here in our country. Mang inasal’s version of palabok has that bright orange sauce because of the anato seeds that they used to give color to the oil. The sauce is made with ground pork and shrimp also the stock used in cooking their palabok could be shrimp or pork broth. It has a savory, rich, and slightly salty sauce flavor. Then topped with egg, chicharron, and tinapa bits with calamansi on the side.
The Mang Inasal palabok menu will surely give us a non dry pancit experience that is rich with pork and shrimp flavors that makes their palabok irresistible and mouth-watering. Squeeze the calamansi make sure that you remove the seeds please and the flavor burst starts. Aside from the solo palabok order you can also try palabok family size which is good for 4-5 persons. It has the same taste but is great for sharing.
Mang Inasal Menu Pork BBQ
This is also one of the most famous dishes that Filipino cuisine. The Mang Inasal version of the pork barbecue menu is made with pork slices that they marinated in a barbecue sauce that is sweet and then skewered in abamboo sticks. a little salty, sweet, and with a little bit of spiciness that’s what it tastes like if you’re gonna ask me. This Filipino-style pork barbecue meat is mouthwatering, delicious, and seriously addictive, and im not being exaggerated here.
Photo Credit: Mang Inasal FB Page
Their pork barbecue slightly resembles adobo in appearance just imagine adobo that is skewered but when it comes to the taste it’s sweeter because of sugar, unlike adobo which is garlicky and salty. The sweet and delicious taste of their pork barbecue along with the tenderness of the pork meat is simply irresistible. Goes really well with their dipping sauce and rice and extra rice is no surprise at all, Mang Inasal truly catches the taste of many Filipinos. Pork barbecue can be ordered solo meal or 4 sticks and 10 sticks, which are great for sharing.
Mang Inasal Menu Liempo
Mang inasal’s version of liempo is made with pork belly marinated in soy sauce and spices and cut horizontally before grilling. This liempo is a great option especially if you’re not a fan of chicken. Their liempo taste very smoky a bit sweet and salty, and the meat is tender although it has a huge lot of fats. Mang inasal’s liempo is served with rice and dipping sauce, I personally like this more than the inasal since I’m, not a solid Chicken fan. Also, this is great for takeaways for pulutan or beer matches later.
Sisig is also one of the most popular dishes in the Philippines, originated in Pampanga Philippines, and made with porks ears and liver this dish has been a household favorite ever since, and even in other country Sisig becomes a favorite. And since sisig is a very popular Mang Inasal menu that is as good as the original version. Made with pork’s body parts im not quite sure which part of pork their sisig is made but im quite sure this is not just pig ears.
Photo Credit: Mang Inasal FB Page
Perfect with or without calamansi and really goes well with rice. Mang Inasal’s sisig has already captivated the meticulous taste of Filipinos plus this is quite affordable so it’s no surprise that this is included in their best-selling items. Sisig could be ordered pork sisig solo or pork sisig with drinks. If you want a healthier version of sisig you can also try bangus sisig solo or bangus sisig with drinks.
Empanada is a Filipino favorite merienda type pastry with a delicious filling inside that is usually potatoes, raisins, and ground chicken. This menu of Mang Inasal is really good and delicious. Personally, I like the idea of serving empanadas along with their mouth-watering palabok. You can buy their empanada per piece or packs of 3 or packs of 6. Mang Inasal also offers empanada combo meals for you to enjoy it with other Mang Inasal dishes. Mang inasal’s empanada is available in Metro Manila and other selected provinces nationwide and is also available for delivery and take-outs.
As a response to the needs of Mang Inasal’s home-based patrons, they have added family-sized meals to their menu, which can be conveniently ordered for delivery or takeaway. This menu from the Mang Inasal offers four group meal options, including the palabok, which is ideal for 4-5 servings, and the 4 pieces chicken inasal paa large. Additionally, customers can choose from the 3 pieces chicken inasal petcho part or the 10 sticks of pork barbecue.
How does Mang Inasal Satisfy its Customers?
Growing up, Filipinos enjoyed having a barbecue as a party appetizer or an all-time favorite street food snack and sometimes served as a main meal with another Filipino dish like Palabok. When the Mang Inasal menu offered the best fusion of traditional Filipino spices in marinated Chicken and Pork, it already won the hearts of its many customers. Filipinos have grown to love the “nuot-sarap” – flavored pack and tempting grilled to perfection Chicken Inasal and Pork BBQ.
While the Philippines belongs to an Asian country, nothing beats the launching of the “unlimited rice” menu in a dine-in and quick-serving restaurant. Any Filipino customer will grab the chance of having the most important dish in a Filipino household at a budget-friendly price.
Filipinos are accustomed to dining in a group or with family members, meals may seem over budget. Therefore, Mang Inasal put some effort to plan and match and mix some meals to keep a possible promotional deal affordable for a big group of customers.
With this satisfying food quality and service, Mang Inasal serves its mission as a quote “To serve great tasting food, bringing the joy of eating to everyone”.
Mang Inasal Menu Delivery
Are you craving a Mang Inasal menu like Chicken Inasal? Or want to grab a few sticks of Pork BBQ or even Bangus Sisig? Mang Inasal makes it easier for you. On the official website of Mang Inasal (https://www.manginasal.com/), you may order now online. It will require you to register an account before you can proceed to order. Having an account, will be more convenient for you to order anytime. You also need to give your full address to find the nearest store for you.
They also have now the Mang Inasal app downloadable from Google Playstore and App Store which is more convenient for you, open your phone tap the app, and with just a few clicks you will taste the goodness of every Mang Inasal meal.
If you are within NCR, you may also check thru FoodPanda and Grab Food Delivery App the available Mang Inasal branch near your location. Using this app sometimes gives you a discount or other special promos. If you are in the province, check for some rider groups who buy and deliver food to your doorstep. There are so many ways now to order it even if we cannot go out you can still enjoy the delicious menu of Mang Inasal.
Photo Credit: Mang Inasal FB Page
But just a reminder that delivery hotline and business hours will depend on the Region and Area where you are. It is better to check it first and then proceed to your orders. Even the payment arrangement will also vary.
Oh, and did I say make allowance for a mouthful of traditional desserts such as Empanadas and Halo-halo because it is impossible to resist or ignore those yummy desserts? You will surely regret not adding them to your order.
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Mang Inasal is a brand that spiced up the food scene in the country with rich Filipino culture and tradition. The remarkable success of the growth of the company’s chain nationwide is proven traditional Filipino excellence. While Mang Inasal may not yet hit the international arena, many foreigners have been impressed with the native style and flavor of Chicken Inasal which is featured in some of their YouTube Vlogs. Mang Inasal will forever be loved and home for every diverse customer with the same Filipino familiarity with the local taste.
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