Chowking has plenty of tasty meals for you to enjoy on their menu. Noodles, rice, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, and their delicious Halo Halo dessert.
Here is the latest Chowking menu with prices in the Philippines:
Chinese Rice Meals
|Chick 'n Sauce||₱ 106.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Chicken||₱ 106.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Chicken w/ Wonton Soup||₱ 144.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Pork||₱ 123.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Fish||₱ 129.00|
|Salt & Pepper Pork||₱ 123.00|
|1pc. Chinese-Style Fried Chicken||₱ 88.00|
|1pc. Chinese-Style Fried Chicken with Egg Fried Rice||₱ 103.00|
|2pc. Chinese-Style Fried Chicken||₱ 168.00|
|Pork Chao Fan w/ Fried Chicken||₱ 134.00|
|Beef Chao Fan w/ Fried Chicken||₱ 157.00|
|Salt & Pepper Pork w/ 3pc. Dimsum||₱ 162.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Pork w/ 3pc. Dimsum||₱ 162.00|
|Lumpiang Shanghai Rice Meal||₱ 56.00|
|Wonton Mami||₱ 66.00|
|Siomai Mami (Pork Siomai)||₱ 90.00|
|Siomai Mami (Beef Siomai)||₱ 90.00|
|Beef Mami||₱ 162.00|
|Beef Wonton Mami||₱ 174.00|
|Pancit Canton||₱ 56.00|
|Pancit Canton with 1pc. Chinese Style Fried Chicken||₱ 151.00|
|King's Special||₱ 157.00|
|Pork Tocino||₱ 123.00|
|Beef Tapa||₱ 123.00|
|Chinese Pork Longganisa||₱ 123.00|
|Breakfast Pork Chao Fan||₱ 68.00|
|Breakfast Pork Chao Fan with Siomai||₱ 111.00|
|Breakfast Beef Chao Fan||₱ 97.00|
|Breakfast Beef Chao Fan with Siomai||₱ 131.00|
|Breakfast Yang Chow Chao Fan||₱ 109.00|
|Breakfast Yang Chow Chao Fan with Siomai||₱ 142.00|
|Pork Chao Fan with Topping||₱ 97.00|
|Pork Chao Fan||₱ 55.00|
|Beef Chao Fan with Topping||₱ 118.00|
|Beef Chao Fan||₱ 84.00|
|Yang Chow Chao Fan with Topping||₱ 133.00|
|Yang Chow Chao Fan||₱ 95.00|
|Chick 'n Sauce Lauriat||₱ 190.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Chicken Lauriat||₱ 190.00|
|Chinese-Style Fried Chicken Lauriat||₱ 174.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Pork Lauriat||₱ 196.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Fish Lauriat||₱ 202.00|
|Salt & Pepper Pork Lauriat||₱ 196.00|
|Lumpiang Shanghai Lauriat||₱ 174.00|
|Chunky Asado Siopao||₱ 44.00|
|Bola Bola Siopao||₱ 56.00|
|3pc. Siopao Box||₱ 129.00|
|2pc. Siomai||₱ 34.00|
|4pc. Siomai||₱ 56.00|
|4pc. Fried Pork Dumplings||₱ 56.00|
|4pc. Lumpiang Shanghai||₱ 56.00|
|Wonton Soup||₱ 34.00|
|Kangkong w/ Chinese Bagoong||₱ 56.00|
|Extra Plain Rice||₱ 30.00|
|Extra Egg Fried Rice||₱ 44.00|
|Sweet & Sour Sauce||₱ 17.00|
|Asian Spicy Sauce||₱ 17.00|
Good For Sharing
|Chick 'n Sauce Group Platter||₱ 319.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Pork Group Platter||₱ 325.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Fish Group Platter||₱ 330.00|
|Sweet 'n' Sour Chicken Group Platter||₱ 319.00|
|Salt & Pepper Pork Group Platter||₱ 330.00|
|Pork Chao Fan Group Platter||₱ 208.00|
|Beef Chao Fan Group Platter||₱ 248.00|
|Yang Chow Chao Fan Group Platter||₱ 283.00|
|Egg Fried Rice Group Platter||₱ 190.00|
|Steamed Pork Siomai Group Platter||₱ 168.00|
|8pc. Chinese-Style Fried Chicken||₱ 559.00|
|6pc. Chinese-Style Fried Chicken||₱ 447.00|
|Pancit Canton Group Platter||₱ 218.00|
|Chopsuey Group Platter||₱ 320.00|
|Fried Pork Siomai Group Platter||₱ 168.00|
|Lumpiang Shanghai Group Platter||₱ 168.00|
|Fried Pork Dumpling Group Platter||₱ 168.00|
|Buchi Group Platter||₱ 134.00|
|Family Lauriat Set A (Good for 3)||₱ 559.00|
|Family Lauriat Set B (Good for 4)||₱ 840.00|
Although the menu at Chowking is already famous because it’s so delicious, that doesn’t mean it’s always been the same. In fact, they’re always changing and adapting the menu to keep up with their competitors, and whatever is trending with the locals.
Here are some photos of the latest menu at Chowking:
Not feeling Chowking’s Chinese food? Check out the Jollibee menu instead!
Chowking Menu Philippines
Chowking offers a variety of Chinese-inspired fast food dishes as well as some local favorites. You’ll find plenty of fried rice meals on the Chowking menu, as well as dim sum, noodles, and sweets. Classics such as Sweet & Sour Pork or Fish are among their best sellers, along with the Chao Fan fried rice bowls that come with different toppings.
Their Wonton Mami perfectly blends the flavor of local noodles with Chinese dumplings to create a soupy treat. You can try the Pancit Canton for a Chinese dish turned Filipino, where stir-fried meat, veggies, and sauce-coated noodles are tossed together to create a sensational dish similar to chow mein. Their Halo-Halo is a sight to behold for anyone with a sweet tooth and is a must-have for anyone who hasn’t tried it.
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Chowking Halo Halo
Traditional Halo-Halo is served in either a tall glass or wide bowl to make room for all the ingredients mixed together. The Chowking menu serves their SuperSangkap Halo-Halo overflowing in a tall cup with 14 ingredients stacked on top of each other, making a delectable dessert that’s sweet and satisfying with every spoonful.
It starts with a base of shaved ice sweetened with evaporated milk. Then, stacked in any order are the sugar palm seeds, strips of jackfruit and coconut, jelly, pinipig (pounded rice flakes), various beans, sweetened plantains, purple yam jam, and crème caramel. It’s topped with a big scoop of purple yam ice cream. You can add or reduce the amount of each ingredient according to your taste.
Chowking Menu Delivery
If your mouth is watering for some tasty food from the Chowking menu, you can get their food delivered by placing an order on their website, via Grab or by calling the delivery hotline at 9-88-88 if you’re in Metro Manila. All of their menu items are available for delivery and some stores deliver around the clock so you can get your food to come to you, whether it’s for an afternoon snack or a midnight craving.
Start your day right by getting Filipino classics such as Beef Tapa, Pork Tocino, or Pork Longganisa with a side of fried rice and a fried egg. For a more filling meal, you can get breakfast bowls topped with dumplings. Or try the Yang Chow Chao Fan, where chorizo, ham, egg, vegetables, and shrimp are mixed in with stir-fried rice.
There were a few problems with Chowking’s delivery service last year when the National Privacy Commission ordered Jolibee to shut down the Chowking Delivery under concerns over cyber security.
About Chowking Menu Philippines
Chowking was founded by Robert F. Kuan in Rotary Arcade, Makati back in 1985. Unfortunately, he recently passed away in 2018. Because of Chowking’s success in the first few years of operation, it was very quickly franchised and annual sales were passing the million peso mark by 1991. The chain’s growth was aggressive, with 100 stores serving the Chowking menu only a little over a decade after its inception and expanding to international markets.
In 2000, the potential for even more growth was tapped after Chowking became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jollibee Foods Corporation. By 2008, there were over 400 stores up and running nationwide and nearly 20 international outlets. Through its many awards and exceptional food service, Chowking has become a staple restaurant of the fast food industry in the Philippines and continues to provide affordable, great-tasting meals.
As long as the restaurant continues to serve the Chowking menu to every one that walks through their doors, they’ll be sure to remain in the Philippines for a long time to come.
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