Follow your nose. That was exactly what my husband did and the aromatic whiff led him to one of the best fried chicken in Manila at a food kiosk called Let’s Chow.
At the time, the kiosk was inside the domestic departure area of Terminal 3.
Now, they are at the farthest end of the new Food Hall. Thankfully, this area is open to the public. We went here for a quick family brunch before my husband headed to Mindanao.
The adults had the fried chicken and the kids had congee. My little boy asked for some chicken and q
Do not be deceived by how bland the fried chicken looks, the quarter leg is actually packed with so much flavor. They also have goyong powder for those who like more salt in their food.
For Muslim customers interested to try their soup/congee fare, you can request for pork-free stock.