BonChon Chicken, the crispy chicken sensation raved about globally, is ready to serve the original Korean fried chicken secret the world craves for in the Queen City of the South. Bonchon opens its doors in The Terraces, Ayala Center Cebu, at the 2nd floor – the first in the Visayas. Let’s roll out the red, glazed and spicy winged carpet to Bonchon Cebu!
The local menu offers a wide range, starring BonChon’s world-renowned crispy chicken. “I can even finished a 24-piece large set myself in one sitting!” admits Scott Tan, Managing director, Bonchon Philippines.
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The crispy chicken secret that inspired a global cult following: BonChon Chicken is super crispy yet light and not greasy, with hot moist juicy meat, sauced with the highly addicting soy garlic or spicy glaze.
Spicy Combo B (PHP720) – 24 pieces drumstick and wings mix
Guess who was more overwhelmed? Joven or reymond?
It’s the original Korean fried chicken secret. “The flavor is definitely unique,” says Scott Tan. “But I’ve added a Filipino twist to it. The Philippine branches have the most extensive menu compared to its international branches. The owner of Bonchon New York gave us the liberty to tweak our menu.”
“Try the chapchae. Its flavorful. It started in the Philippines. Even the fish.”
Bonchon Team Meal (PHP 645) – 1 Medium Chicken Box, 1 Chapchae, 2 sides (coleslaw or fries), 4 rice, 4 sodas
Its seafood offerings began as local seasonal offerings that have become popular items on the local menu: the brand’s take on the English classic of fish and chips, crispy squid rice, and the raved-about fish taco which was inspired by the California food truck mishmash of Korean and Mexican. As a sweet ending to a BonChon meal, BonChon’s Ko-Yo (or Korean Yogurt) strikes the perfect balance among tart, sweet, cool, and creamy – served in alternating layers with homebaked graham pie crust, and offered in Blueberry Torte and Banoffee Pie variants.
Cebuanos have Steven Alain Yu (below with Scott Tan) and Pinky Yu of Avalon Scion Foods Corporation to thank for bringing BonChon Chicken to the Queen City of the South. This young, food-loving, and passionate entrepreneur couple runs a burgeoning group of companies and aims to showcase Cebu as a premier destination in the country. With their success in managing their roster of global brands, the couple now boldly ventures into the food business as they bring to Cebu the global cult phenomenon that is BonChon.
Steve Yu and Scott Tan