[Food Trip] Chicken Charlie @ The Peak G-Mall

Last Dec 09, 2011, Me and my friends had our usual girls nyt out, went food tripping again at The Peak for a change since we usually would spend our night outs dining at the restos around Abreeza Mall or anywhere around the City. A few days back I had read that Chicken Charlie will be opening on Dec 08, 2011. Since it was a day after the opening, we decided to drop by after our dinner for just a quick food trip. Chicken Charlie has several branches around Metro Manila, the store was also featured on Entreprenuer Magazine as one of the Food Trends that rocked 2011. Their chicken is somehow the local version of the famous Bon Chon Chicken which is popular in Korea. The prices for their chicken is just a bit lower than the price of Bon Chon. The difference of ordinary fried chiken and the chicken from Charlies is that in frying their chicken..they included the dip in frying the chicken. There are two sauces of chicken that is available which are the Soy Garlic and Hot Sweet Sauce. We ordered the 8 pcs drumsticks since its my fave part of the chicken. We had both the Soy Garlic and Hot Sweet Sauce. I tasted the Hot Sweet sauce first and liked it better than the soy garlic. They also have other side dishes to choose from. The service was quick. But the chicken was cooked at around 10-15 mins. I will surely visit them again soon, but this time with my family.


Here are what we ordered:
Potato Wedges


8 pcs Drumstick – we ordered 4 pcs Spicy & 4 pcs Soy Garlic

Charlies Bowl – chicken rice toppings w/ rice



*Chicken Charlie is located at 4th flr. The Peak, Gaisano Mall of Davao..


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