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Mang Inasal has a simple but very tasty menu for all Filipinos to enjoy. They have delicious pork, bangus sigsig, bangus inihaw, and plenty more for you to choose from.

Here is the latest Mang Inasal menu with prices in the Philippines:

Menu ItemPrice

Paborito Value Meals

PM1 - Paa Solo₱99.00
PM1 - Paa with Drink₱109.00
PM1.5 - Spicy Paa Solo₱99.00
PM1.5 - Spicy Paa with Drink₱109.00
PM2 - Pecho Solo₱105.00
PM2 - Pecho with Drink₱115.00
PM3 - Pork BBQ 2 pcs. Solo₱99.00
PM3 - Pork BBQ 2 pcs. with Drink₱109.00
PM4 - Bangus Sisig Solo₱99.00
PM4 - Bangus Sisig with Drink₱109.00
PM5 - Pork Sisig Solo₱99.00
PM5 - Pork Sisig with Drink₱109.00
PM6 - Bangus Inihaw Solo₱99.00
PM6 - Bangus Inihaw with Drink₱109.00
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Sulit Meals

SM1 - Paa Solo₱59.00
SM1 - Paa with Drink₱69.00
SM2 - Pork BBQ 1pc Solo₱59.00
SM2 - Pork BBQ 1pc with Drink₱69.00

Merienda

Pansit Bihon Solo₱49.00
Pansit Bihon with Drink₱59.00
Diniguan at Puto Solo₱49.00
Diniguan at Puto with Drink₱59.00

Desserts

Halo-Halo Regular₱39.00
Halo-Halo Sepcial₱49.00
Leche Flan₱29.00
Turon Split₱39.00
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Drinks

Sago't Gulaman₱29.00
Soft Drink Regular₱29.00
Soft Drink Large₱39.00
Iced Tea Regular₱29.00
Iced Tea Large₱39.00
Kape₱15.00

Menu Updates

The menu at Mang Inasal is so popular in the Philippines, it’s allowed them to grow their restaurant chain to hundreds of locations around the country. Of course, they haven’t grown to where they are today by keeping the menu exactly the same over the years.

Here are some photos from the latest menu available at Mang Inasal:

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Mang Inasal Halo-Halo

Halo Halo is a perennial favorite among Filipinos, and Mang Inasal’s award-winning version is a visual and gustatory treat.

Their Pinoy Halo Halo is a bowl brimming with shaved ice doused in creamy milk and adorned with yellow and red beans, red sago pearls, coconut pandan jelly, ube halaya (sweetened purple yam), ube ice cream, jackfruit and banana slices, leche flan (caramel custard), and barquillos or crispy rolled wafers.

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Next month lang, summer na! Anong paborito niyong pampalamig?

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The Mang Inasal menu also offers the Crema de Leche Halo-Halo, which delights taste buds with its combination of ice, milk, caramelized banana slices, strips of macapuno, and pieces of melt-in-your-mouth leche flan. Both Halo Halo versions use milk that’s created just for Mang Inasal—a beguiling taste and creaminess that sits somewhere between condensed and evaporated milk.

Popular Food On Mang Inasal Menu

Before anything, a fun fact for you. Inasal is basically a dish that originated from Bacolod in Negros. It’s a local delicacy which translates to roasted or barbecue in Illonggo. So if you ask what’s the best seller Mang Inasal food, you must try their Chicken Inasal! After all, that is what they’re named after!

When ordering Chicken Inasal, you can pick from a regular, Paa or Pecho. Paa means feet in Tagalog. So when you order Paa, you’ll be ordering a thigh and drumstick. When you order Pecho, you’ll be ordering the breast and a wing. Here is the difference between Mang Inasal’s Paa and Pecho.

Difference between Mang Inasal's Paa and Pecho

Difference between Mang Inasal’s Paa and Pecho

All their rice meals come with a cup of rice, but what made them really famous is their option for unlimited rice! Filipinos really love their unlimited rice so typically, you’d see customers order this. Also, don’t forget to put on some of that chicken oil when you eat Mang Inasal! It will surely give an extra flavor to your dish!

Walk past any Mang Inasal restaurant and chances are you’ll see lines of hungry diners outside the door, waiting for their turn to feast on the chain’s best sellers. Chief among these are the Paborito Meals (PM) which feature marinated chicken quarters that are grilled to perfection.

Mang Inasal Restuarant In The Philippines

Mang Inasal Restuarant In The Philippines

Pork-centric Paborito Meals Meals are also popular on the Mang Inasal menu. The PM3 option, for instance, comes with two sticks of freshly grilled pork barbecue, while PM5 gets you a plateful of pork sisig, or tender chunks of pork mixed with crispy chicharon (fried pork rinds) and crunchy bits of white onion.

If you’re yearning for seafood, place an order for PM4, their tasty Bangus Sisig. It’s a sizzling plate of milkfish chunks, chopped onions, and chili peppers. Like all other PM options, it comes with a cup of freshly steamed rice—and you have the option of upgrading to unlimited rice servings.

Tasty Bangus Sigsig At Mang Inasal

Tasty Bangus Sigsig At Mang Inasal

Those with smaller appetites can choose from the Sulit Meals (SM) roster; the SM1 option comes with a grilled chicken drumstick or other chicken parts, while the SM2 option gets you one stick of pork barbecue. Both are served with a cup of rice.

Snacks are popular throughout the day at the Mang Inasal menu. Aside from the Halo Halo, you can munch your way through a plate of Pancit Palabok, a concoction of noodles and thick, tangy sauce garnished with bits of pork and chicharon, smoked fish flakes, chopped spring onions, and slices of hard-boiled egg. Or try the Lumpiang Togue, a spring roll filled with vegetables, served with a bowl of special vinegar for dipping.

Mang Inasal Promo

Mang Inasal introduces special promotions regularly, drawing customers in search of value for money.

For example, they had a “National Day of Chicken Inasal” where discounts were given on all chicken PM meals. During an anniversary celebration, free unlimited rice servings were offered on all PM value meals, and for a limited time, a small Pinoy Halo Halo was available at a greatly discounted price on all PM meals as well.

A long-running and popular promotion on the Mang Inasal menu is the Fiesta Inasal Meal, where you can get the restaurant’s favorites on one plate. These include a piece of grilled chicken, rice, a serving of Pancit Palabok, slices of Lumpiang Togue, and unlimited bowls of soup.

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Do Other Filipinos Like The Mang Inasal Menu?

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Nothing wrong with having some delicious mang inasal halo halo before lunch right? ????

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you reheat Mang Inasal take out or delivery food?

Short Answer is Yes. Interestingly, you can find reheating procedures for Mang Inasal’s food in their website. Here are some of the reheating prcedures.

How to reheat Chicken Inasal

Pan reheating procedure
  1. Heat oil in a pan over medium flame.
  2. Put Chicken Inasal to reheat for 30 seconds each side.
  3. Serve.
Microwave reheating procedure
  1. Place Chicken Inasal in microwaveable container.
  2. Microwave with 1 cup of water beside the container for 1 minute & 30 seconds using medium setting.
  3. Serve.

How to reheat Pork Sisig

Pan reheating procedure
  1. Heat Pork Sisig meat and mix for 30 seconds in a medium flame.
  2. Add garnish and continuously mix for 30 seconds.
  3. Top with chicharon and serve.
Microwave reheating procedure
  1. Microwave Pork Sisig meat in the take-out box (keep box open) for 30 seconds in medium setting.
  2. Add garnish and mix.
  3. Top with chicharon and serve.

How to reheat Bangus Sisig

Pan reheating procedure
  1. Add 1 tablespoon oil in a preheated pan in medium flame.
  2. Heat Bangus Sisig and mix for 60 seconds minimum.
  3. Serve.
Microwave reheating procedure
  1. Microwave Bangus Sisig for 30 seconds in medium setting.
  2. Serve.

How to reheat Pancit Palabok

Pan reheating procedure
  1. Heat Pancit Palabok in pan for 1.5 to 2.0 minutes in low to medium flame.
  2. Serve.
Microwave reheating procedure
  1. Microwave Pancit Palabok (keep box open) for 30 seconds in medium setting.
  2. Serve.

How to reheat Pork BBQ

Oven toaster reheating procedure
  1. Pre-heat in oven toaster for 5 minutes.
  2. Transfer Pork BBQ in pan, and heat for 2-3 minutes using upper and lower heat setting
  3. Serve.
Microwave reheating procedure
  1. Transfer Pork BBQ in microwaveable container.
  2. Microwave for 30 seconds at medium setting.
  3. Serve.

Is Mang Inasal vegan friendly?

Unfortunately, that would be a negative. Unless maybe you stick to the desserts like iced gulaman. For vegetarians, you can eat their Halo Halo – also a dessert. If you have other allergy or food concerns, you can check out Mang Inasal’s Allergen matrix in their website.

About Mang Inasal Philippines

Edgar “Injap” Sia, an Ilonggo entrepreneur, was the original Mang Inasal—the Ilonggo phrase for “Mr. Barbecue.”

One Of The First Mang Inasal Stores In 2003

One Of The First Mang Inasal Stores In 2003

In 2003, when he was just 26 years old, he opened his first restaurant in the car park of a shopping mall in Iloilo. His vision of merging traditional Filipino cuisine and the dine-in concept quickly took off, and by 2005, franchising of Mang Inasal restaurants throughout the Philippines was in full swing.

Mang Inasal reached its 100-store mark in 2009, and in 2016, it was acquired by Philippine food service behemoth Jollibee Foods Corporation. Nowadays, there are nearly 500 restaurants in the nation serving the beloved grilled chicken and pork, halo halo, and many more tasty items on the Mang Inasal menu.

Talk To Mang Inasal Filipino Staff

Have more questions you want to send their company about the Mang Inasal menu? Go through social media:

Otherwise you can find a Mang Inasal store near you and contact them directly or send a message o their food team on their website. Finally, you can call their main office on (02) 898-7777 or send an email to feedback@manginasal.com.

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