Hello Patok sa Manok lovers, are you looking for the latest Patok sa Manok Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Patok sa Manok Menu 2024 Philippines with prices.

Patok sa Manok Menu Philippines

Patok sa Manok Menu Philippines With Price List




Their menu boasts a delectable selection of dishes, including Sinigang na Baboy at ₱405, Tinolang Bariles at ₱400, Sinigang na Bangus at ₱315, Bulalo at ₱630, Imbao at ₱330, Sinigang na Hipon at ₱315, and Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon at ₱330.


The menu offers a variety of mouthwatering dishes, including Pork Chopsuey (₱345), Seafood Chopsuey (₱370), and Chicken Pinakbet (₱360), all priced reasonably. Don’t miss their Tortang Talong (₱185), a savory delight.


Their menu boasts a variety of mouthwatering options, from the tangy Sweet and Sour Fish at ₱290 to the indulgent Crispy Tilapia priced at ₱390. Don’t miss out on the Fried Boneless Bangus for ₱305 or the savory Crab Omelette at ₱285. And if seafood is your craving, dive into Fried Shrimps with Vinegar for just ₱270 or savor the Fish Fillet with Garlic Aioli Sauce for ₱280.


From the mouthwatering Lumpiang Shanghai at ₱305 to the delectable Crispy Pata priced at ₱1,000, there’s something for everyone. Don’t miss out on the Half Battered Chicken for ₱270 or the flavorful Kilawing Kambing at ₱420. Whether you’re craving chicken, pork, or a sizzling sisig, Patok sa Manok offers a diverse range of dishes that won’t break the bank.

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Their menu boasts a variety of mouthwatering options, from the flavorful Pork Pancit Canton at ₱330 to the savory Satemi Seafood at ₱375. With an extensive selection of dishes to choose from, you can satisfy your cravings without breaking the bank. Don’t miss out on the delectable Chicken Pancit Bihon for just ₱330 or the comforting Pork Sotanghon at ₱355.


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Patok sa Manok Opening & Closing Hours

Monday8:00 – 19:00
Tuesday8:00 – 19:00
Wednesday8:00 – 19:00
Thursday8:00 – 19:00
Friday8:00 – 19:00
Saturday8:00 – 20:00
Sunday8:00 – 20:00

What is the story of Lechon Manok?

The fascinating tale of lechon manok dates back to the mid-1980s when a culinary innovator ingeniously rigged up a bicycle chain and gears to skewers, revolutionizing the art of roasting whole chickens over smoldering coals. This ingenious invention swiftly swept across the Philippines, giving birth to countless roadside stalls that offered this succulent delight, forever changing the Filipino street food scene.

How many branches does Patok sa Manok have in the Philippines?

8 branches of Patok sa Manok have in the Philippines.

Who is the owner of Patok sa Manok in the Philippines?

I remember visiting Patok sa Manok in Lanang during the Sooo Pinoy Food Trip Davao Leg a few years ago in 2012 and meeting the owner Ms. Lena Benedicto, Chef Pauline’s mom, then in person for the first time. You can check that post here below.

Does Patok sa Manok accept credit cards?

Yes! Patok sa Manok accepts credit cards.

Is Patok sa Manok halal?

Patok sa Manok’s halal status is a matter of debate and personal interpretation. Some believe it is halal, while others do not. It is up to each individual to decide for themselves.

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