The name of Chic-Boy is obviously a word-play of their specialties chicken and pork (the English translation of “baboy”). There are a number of take-out stores in Metro Manila (mostly located in Quezon City). It’s good that they’ve opened a full fast food restaurant along Jupiter St. in Makati City. Yes to 24 hours of access to their sumptuous and sinful Cebu Lechon Liempo. 😀
It’s best to order the Cebu Lechon Liempo (whole) and not the one included in the Chibog Sulit Meals according to Juned who have noted the difference. The Cebu Lechon Liempo’s skin is crunchy. Its meat is full of flavor that it’s not really necessary to use the Lechon Sauce or dip it in the vinegar that’s served with it. I still prefer to dip it in the vinegar though.
Their Chicken Inasal (petso) is somewhat dry. It needs to be a bit juicier. 99 pesos for this meal, which is inclusive of house soup and Rice all you can) is not bad.
I’d recommend the Cebu Lechon Manok over their Chicken Inasal. Their Cebu Lechon Manok has more flavor and it’s not dry.
Anyway, I noticed they have a bottle of Chic-Boy Lechon Sauce on every table. Do you think they’re selling one? I think they should if they’re not. 🙂
Chic-Boy Fast food Restaurant