If you’ve been to Taiwan, you’ll know that milk teas, fruit juices and street food are a thing there. Of course that includes the famous big serving of crispy fried chicken. And if you haven’t tasted it yet, you know what? good news because MONGA, a Taiwanese-style fried chicken, is now available here in the Philippines!
So… who’s excited to try it?.
Created and established by Nono, a well-known Taiwanese comedian, this newly opened food establishment in SM Megamall(near Toy Kingdom) will surely entice and fill up every foodie’s palate with its well-spiced, big serving chicken especially one of their best-sellers… the spicy Chee-Z Signature- a must-try!. If you don’t want the spicy variant, you may choose the regular one. You may also upgrade it into a full meal set(with rice and drinks).
The Chee-Z Signature was the only chicken main meal that I tasted during the opening and thankfully got the right choice(will choose it again and try other flavors when I go back). Very worth it!. It’s big, crunchy, and the way the spices burst its flavors in my mouth. YUMMMMMY!. The cheese on top compliments well with the chicken and balances the spices with every bite😍
Monga also got different side dishes like seasoned fries, fried mushroom, fried brocoli, and chicken skin(oooh sooo tempting!) just to mention a few. I super love the fried broccoli, even though it was deep fried, the brocholi itself is not overcooked. And the serving is quite big as well for a side dish. ❤️❤️❤️
Your Taiwanese food trip will not be complete without milk tea and fruit juices. In fairness, their milk tea is not that sweet compared to other milk tea joint. And since I’m cutting my sugar intake, I would consider it. Hahaha. Will try more of Monga’s refreshments when I go back.
Overall, from what I tasted, I would recommend Monga to be on your list for your next food trip. It may be a bit pricey to some, but it is worth your bucks. No need to go to Taiwan just to munch on these chicken goodness!
For more information and updates about Monga, you may follow them on their Facebook Page www.facebook.com/mongaphilippines.