BonChon Chicken

LG/F Ayala Malls The 30th, Meralco Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig, Metro Manila

BonChon Chicken
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Category:
Fried Chicken
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱95 - ₱145

Most Recent Reviews

Shaine M.
4.0 Stars

Super late dinner at 10pm? Why not!

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Nic S.
5.0 Stars

Condo living in Manila can be especially tough because even if I want to cook all my meals, I don’t really have enough equipment and space to do so. Food delivery services are one of my bestest friends! If restaurants didn’t deliver, I’m not sure how I would survive! Yes, sandwiches are fine but not for every meal of everyday please. Hahaha.

For a change from the usual fast food delivery fare, we decided to get some BonChon delivered to the house. I remember a time when BonChon didn’t deliver to Metro Manila as a whole yet but these days I think they deliver everywhere and have even started to in a couple of provincial locations.

Upon calling their hotline, I was actually informed of which specific branch was going to cater to ny order. Not all restaurants do this but I appreciated it because it’s another way to follow up on your order i.e. you can call the branch if ever you can’t reach the delivery hotline.

The food was said to arrive in 45 minutes to an hour and it really did take an hour so that’s something to take note of if you’re starving and are rushing to eat, BonChon might not be a good idea. The food was super fresh when it was delivered and I was very happy with my Seafood Bibimbowl - one of my favorites! For 155 pesos I already got this rice bowl, soup and a drink. Not bad at all! BonChon has a minimum delivery amount of 300 pesos, something to take note of.

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
4.0 Stars
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With the current rise in popularity of KDramas here in the Philippines, BonChon is riding in on the fandom and bringing in exciting offerings under different themes to their customers. I recently visited BonChon at the 30th Mall in Ortigas on a sponsored invite, together with other food bloggers. Didn’t know that we’ll be in for an awesome dining adventure.

Since Bon Chon had an overhaul look of the restaurant making it into a Modern Barn, we felt like we flew right then and there to Korea. They gave us a luggage filled with things for our “Korean trip.” It had shades, a Pashmina scarf, a placemat, chopsticks, among others.

For us to experience a K-tastic day like no other, we were served their specialties. First off, there was BonChon’s most favorite Korean style chicken, best to be eaten when reliving a scene from the popular K-Drama, Weightlifting Fairy. This glazed chicken isn’t like any other and they are available in four different flavors. Crispy, tasty, a Korean wonder.

We also got to try their guapao buns with chicken sandwiched between them. They are available in steamed or fried guapao buns. I must say that I liked the fried ones better for its undeniable crunch one after another. A bite could just make you do a dance off, Gangnam Style.

BonChon’s Jjampong Spicy Noodle Soup is not for the faint of heart. This bowl of egg noodles on seafood broth with Korean hot pepper flakes is definitely spicy. It’s especially good to sip on, on a cold rainy day. My tolerance was quite low so I had a tough time slurping this one.

I felt as if I was of Korean dynasty with their Bibimbowl. The Bibimbowl refers to a serving of bibimbap, which is the most popular dish in Korea. It has 10 different ingredients to it, with carrots, egg strips and a variety of flavorful sauces in it just to name a few. This is my go to Korean dish when am looking for a complete meal!

The thing that I liked most from everything they served us was their Korean Beef Stew. At first, you might think that the thick beef chunks are hard to bite but they are actually very tender. It was also flavorful because the meat was slow cooked in spices for hours.

As we wear our pashmina scarves thinking of Korean snowfall, we had BonChon’s Korean iced dessert, bingsu. It had fruit toppings, different powdered flavors or both in it, drizzled with sweet syrup. What makes their bingsu different from the others is that they use ultra fine ice for this, and they are available in different flavors, namely Matcha Vanilla, Chocolate Brownie, and Strawberry and Mango Cheesecake.

If you want to have a full on Korean gastronomic experience fast casual style, visit any branch of BonChon and have your appetite satisfied today! They have 80 branches just in the Metro, so locating them should not be a problem.

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