Fried chicken lovers have every reason to celebrate as POPEYES, the world-famous American fried chicken chain is set to open its first restaurant in Manila at Arcovia City, Pasig.
Brought to you by the Kuya J Group, POPEYES has set the local dining scene abuzz with excitement over rumors of an opening in the Philippines. Now that it’s official, Filipino diners can finally savor the heart and soul of American Southern-style cooking best experienced only at POPEYES.
“Everyone in Manila has been anticipating the opening of POPEYES and we’re happy to announce that it’s opening this month,” says Winglip Chang, Kuya J Group President. “We are very thrilled to offer its big, bold and unique flavors to Filipino diners.”
Before its opening, here are some things you may want to know:
Its award-winning fried chicken! At POPEYES, flavor is everything! POPEYES® takes pride in its juicy (but not greasy) and extra crispy fried chicken with distinct flavors from the South of the USA. Made fresh daily, POPEYES® fried chicken is generously marinated in Cajun-inspired spices and seasonings, then hand battered, breaded and cooked slow and served fast.
Enjoy an exciting menu of POPEYES signature dishes.Aside from its world-famous fried chicken, the fried chicken chain will also offer some of its other popular dishes which include biscuits, Cajun fries, Chicken Tenders, and some exclusive items to be introduced in the Philippines.
The first POPEYES restaurant opened in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA in 1972.New Orleans, Louisiana is a melting pot of music, festive traditions and flavors. The POPEYES®chicken recipe is based on 300-year old culinary traditions of Louisiana and a fusion of ingredients and influences from 7 different nations. Founder Alvin Copeland Sr. infused his chicken with bold flavors from his native Louisiana which created a unique flavor that helped launch a global chicken empire.
Today, POPEYES is one of the biggest fried chicken chains in the world with over 3,000 restaurants in over 25 countries. And it continues to grow bigger with new restaurants opening here in the Philippines.