25 November 2019

Monga Taiwanese-Style Fried Chicken

Popular Taiwanese restaurant chain Monga Fried Chicken has finally arrived in the Philippines.  Brought to us by the Vikings Group, the first Monga branch is located at the Lower Ground of SM Megamall, Building A.

Monga is named after Taipei's Cultural district Wanhua which was previously known as "Monga".  They have restaurants across their home country Taiwan, in the U.S.A. and in Canada.

What is popular on the menu? Monga is best known for their Taiwanese-style fried chicken which are bigger than your hand or perhaps as big as a person's face!  The thick 2 cm. chicken cutlets are marinated in honey before being fried coated in a wet batter.  It is available in four flavors: The King (salt & pepper seasoning), Hot Chick (home made chili powder), Taiker (Japanese sauce & seaweed powder) and Chee-z Signature (cheese & tomato sauce or special chili) and priced from Php 189.00 to Php 209.00 depending on the flavor.

Also on the menu are Monga nuggets, Monga crispy chicken, Monga chicken wings, Taiwanese-style popcorn chicken, fries in three flavors (signature, seaweed and plum), fried broccolli, fried king oyster mushroom, fried chicken skin and Monga rice.

Of course a Taiwanese restaurant will not be without milk tea.  They have Black Dragon (brown sugar bubble) milk tea and Green Dragon (brown sugar bubble and matcha) milk tea.  Plus other tea variants as grapefruit green tea, orange green team milk foam green tea, milk foam oolong tea, jasmine green tea and oolong tea.

Here are some photos during their recent launch:

The King
with salt & pepper seasoning
Php 189.00

Hot Chick
with Home-made Chili Powder
Php 189.00

Monga Crispy Chicken
with Salt & Pepper Seasoning
Php 159.00

Taiwanese Style Popcorn Chicken
Php 169.00

Fried Broccoli
Php 90.00

Orange Green Tea Php 100.00
Grapefruit Green Tea Php 100.00
Milk Foam Green Tea Php 110.00

Fried King Oyster Mushroom
Php 90.00

Fried Chicken Skin 
Php 89.00

Japanese Sauce & Seaweed Powder
Php 189.00

Get a taste of Taiwan's Monga soon!

Visit Monga at the Lower Ground of SM Megamall, Building A

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