Mang Inasal menu in the Philippines includes Empanada, Chicken Inasal, Palabok, Todo Solb Meal, Fiesta Group Meals, Halo-Halo, Family Combo Savers, Pork BBQ, Empanada and Drinks, Sisig, Grilled Liempo, and Fiesta Meal.
Mang Inasal is known for its grilled chicken, or Chicken Inasal, which is marinated in a special blend of spices and herbs, and cooked over hot coals. The chicken is juicy, tender, and flavorful, and goes well with plain or garlic rice. You can also choose from other grilled options, such as Pork Barbeque, which is equally delicious and satisfying.
But Mang Inasal is not just about grilled food. They also offer a variety of traditional Filipino dishes that will make you feel at home. You can try their Bangus Sisig, a sizzling dish made from chopped milkfish, onions, peppers, and seasonings. It is spicy, tangy, and crunchy and perfect for sharing. Or you can have their Palabok, a noodle dish topped with shrimp sauce, eggs, pork, and chicharon. It is creamy, savory, and filling, and a staple in Filipino celebrations.
You can also order their Lumpiang Togue, a spring roll stuffed with mung bean sprouts, carrots, and tofu. It is crispy, light, and healthy, and comes with a sweet and sour sauce. For dessert, you can try their Leche Flan, a smooth and creamy caramel custard, or their Halo-Halo, a mixed dessert with shaved ice, milk, fruits, beans, and ice cream. It is refreshing, sweet, and colorful, and a perfect way to cool down.
Mang Inasal has different prices for different items on its menu. The cheapest item is Extra Gravy, which costs ₱44. The most expensive item is the Chicken Inasal & Liempo Family Fiesta, which costs ₱1063. The prices may change depending on the store location.