KFC has some of the best fried chicken in the Philippines. But, there are many other delicious food to choose from on the Philippine’s KFC menu as well.
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Here is the latest KFC menu with prices:
|3-Pc Bucket Meal With Chicken Chops||₱541.00|
|4-Pc Bucket Meal With Chicken Chops||₱586.00|
|3-Pc Variety Bucket Meal With 1.5L Coke||₱611.00|
|4-Pc Variety Bucket Meal With 1.5L Coke||₱795.00|
|6-Pc Bucket Meal||₱565.00|
|8-Pc Bucket Meal||₱725.00|
|6-Pc Bucket Meal With Rice Drinks And Spaghetti||₱660.00|
|8-Pc Bucket Meal With Rice Drinks And Spaghetti||₱879.00|
|6-Pc Bucket Meal With Rice Fixins Drinks And Brownies||₱640.00|
|8-Pc Bucket Meal With Rice Fixins Drinks And Brownies||₱825.00|
|6-Pc Bucket Meal With Rice And Drinks||₱495.00|
|8-Pc Bucket Meal With Rice And Drinks||₱659.00|
|3-Pc Chicken And Zinger Steak Box||₱565.00|
|4-Pc Chicken And Zinger Steak Box||₱725.00|
All Chicken Bucket
|Crispy Strips Bucket||₱308.00|
|3-Pc All-Chicken Variety Bucket||₱474.00|
|4-Pc All-Chicken Variety Bucket||₱678.00|
|Bucket of 6||₱439.00|
|Bucket of 8||₱579.00|
|Bucket of 10||₱720.00|
|Bucket of 15||₱1,008.00|
|Bucket of 20||₱1,329.00|
Fully Loaded Meals
|Cheesy Chili Con Famous Bowl Fully Loaded Meal||₱199.00|
|Chicken Chops Fully Loaded Meal||₱174.00|
|Korean Bbq Flavorshot Fully Loaded Meal||₱164.00|
|1-Pc Fully Loaded Meal||₱147.00|
|2-Pc Fully Loaded Meal||₱215.00|
|Shots Fully Loaded Meal||₱205.00|
|Famous Bowl Fully Loaded Meal||₱184.00|
|Chicken Chops Ala Carte||₱64.00|
|Chicken Chops Meal||₱85.00|
|Chicken Chops Combo||₱105.00|
|1-Pc Chicken Meal With Mashed Potato||₱130.00|
|1-Pc Chicken Meal||₱105.00|
|2-Pc Chicken Meal With Fixin||₱205.00|
|2-Pc Chicken Meal||₱187.00|
|1-Pc Chicken Ala Carte||₱89.00|
|2-Pc Chicken Ala Carte||₱168.00|
|Large Shots Combo||₱170.00|
Burgers and Twisters
|California Maki Twister||₱112.00|
Fixins And Extras
|Large Crispy Fries||₱62.00|
|Large Mashed Potato||₱62.00|
|Large Buttered Corn||₱62.00|
|A.M. Or Pandesal||₱83.00|
|A.M. Or Pandesal Combo||₱112.00|
|A.M. Egg Pandesal||₱42.00|
|A.M. Egg Pandesal Combo||₱68.00|
|A.M. Ham Pandesal||₱70.00|
|A.M. Ham Pandesal Combo||₱99.00|
|Arroz Caldo Regular||₱53.00|
|Arroz Caldo Special||₱94.00|
|Arroz Caldo Meal||₱120.00|
|A.M. 1-Pc Chicken Ala Carte||₱109.00|
|A.M. 1-Pc Chicken Rice Meal||₱131.00|
|A.M. Flavorshots Ala Carte||₱85.00|
|A.M. Flavorshots Rice Meal||₱105.00|
|A.M. Steak Rice Bowl||₱105.00|
|A.M. Steak Rice Bowl Combo||₱130.00|
|A.M. Cheese Hotdog Rice Bowl||₱105.00|
|A.M. Cheese Hotdog Rice Bowl Combo||₱130.00|
KFC has been in fierce competition with many of the largest restaurant chains in the country, including the most famous – Jollibee. Their fried chicken has taken the world by storm, but Jollibee is giving them a good run for their money in the Philippines.
With that being said, KFC is constantly have to improve and change their menu to keep customer coming back. Making it a little difficult to keep up with their latest menu. So, here are some photos to help you out:
KFC Bucket Meals
Capable of feeding three to four people, KFC’s Bucket Meals provide good value for money in the Philippines. The Bucket Meal with Pasta is available in two sizes.
The smaller one—good for up to three diners—comes with six pieces of chicken, three orders of rice, three plates of spaghetti, a plate of creamy pasta, and three glasses of soft drinks. The larger version, good for groups of four, consists of an eight-piece bucket with more rice, pasta, and soda.
The Streetwise Bucket Meal focuses more on the chicken and rice combo, with six pieces of chicken, three orders of rice, three soft drinks, and three side dishes or “fixins”. Sometimes those fixins could even be fried chicken skins.
The 8-Piece Regular Bucket Meal on the KFC menu, the most popular choice, comes with a generous amount of chicken, rice, soft drinks, and fixins such as mashed potato, mushroom soup, coleslaw, and crispy fries.
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If you’re going to eat at KFC, one of it’s absolutely you must do is to heavily dip your chicken in their gravy! Some even pour it on their rice. Some let their chicken swim in the gravy. It’s one of the best gravy out there even when compared to Jollibee and McDonald’s gravy.
There’s been a lot of KFC Gravy recipes out there so there is sure to be a cult following over KFC’s gravy.
KFC Delivery Menu & Info
In Metro Manila, the KFC hotline for delivery can be reached at 887-8888 between 9am to 11pm. Online delivery is also available in Metro Manila and selected provincial areas.
The delivery service has a fixed PhP49 fee and guarantees that your food arrives within 30 minutes of ordering. Any later and you’ll receive a PhP100 KFC gift certificate.
The maximum value for a single delivery order caps out at PhP2,000. You’ll need to call 370-1253 for bulk orders that exceed that amount. These large orders aren’t covered in the 30-minute delivery guarantee and are generally placed at least 24 hours in advance for adequate preparation and transport, whether it’s catering for a birthday celebration or a corporate event.
KFC’s Philippines marketing team also have a bit of fun with the delivery:
Best KFC Menu Combos
The 2-piece chicken meal with steamed rice and a soft drink is one of the best sellers on the KFC menu. You can get the Original Recipe or the Hot and Crispy chicken variant, and help yourself with as much gravy as you want at the gravy stations when you dine in the restaurant.
You can also get the Ala King Rice Bowl for a quick, filling chicken-and-rice meal with delicious corn in mushroom sauce.
If you want something more than a simple rice meal, then consider the Fully Loaded Box, which includes two 2 pieces of chicken with mushroom soup, mashed potato, rice, and a soft drink. There are a few different variations of the box with different combinations of side dishes, catering to KFC cravings of every type.
They also release new combos every now and then. One of the famous one includes the Double Down. It’s a burger that has no bun and uses chicken fillets instead.
About KFC In Philippines
In 1966, the original KFC recipe with 11 secret herbs and spices was introduced to the Philippines. It was an immediate hit, and KFC’s strategic decision to adapt its menu to suit regional tastes made it thrive.
In 1994, sole franchise over the sale of KFC products was obtained by Manuel U. Augustines under Quick Service Restaurants Corporation. In 1999, the 100th store opened along Manila’s bustling Taft Avenue.
The restaurant chain continued to grow throughout the country, expanding to the provinces. There are hundreds of KFC stores in the Philippines today and the chain shows no signs of stopping its growth in the local market.
By recruiting local celebrities to promote the brand, KFC continues to capture the hearts of Filipinos not just through their food bust also through the integration of pop culture.
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