December 02, 2016

OPPA! Chicken at Portico, Pasig

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  • A new Korean restaurant is in the metro. OPPA! Chicken is set to bring in authentic tastes of Korea to the Philippines as it opens its first branch at Portico, Pasig City on November 28, 2016.


    Visit OPPA Chicken’s branch at Portico, Pasig City

    Customers will surely enjoy OPPA! Chicken’s exciting menu of ribs, salads, pastas, and most definitely—chicken. Their taste buds will also be filled with an array of delicious flavors– from sweet to peppery, savory and spicy.


    No Limits Food Inc. President George Pua and OPPA! Chicken Product Development Manager

    and Chef Kimberly An

    “At OPPA! Chicken, we aim to bring you the most authentic Chicken and Beer experience from Korea. Thanks to the ingredients that we use and the rich, complex flavors that we create, you’re sure to discover the best tasting Korean chicken in the metro,” said Jay Lazaro, Vice President of No Limits Food Inc.

    Customers can try the “Ganjang Chicken” and savor the flavor of this Soy Garlic Chicken made from the popular Korean fried chicken sauce, Ganjang. The balance of its sweet and salty tastes goes well with the heat brought about by the different herbs and spices.


    Ganjang Chicken—8 pcs. (P 280) / 16 pcs. (P550)

    Invite your family or friends now to visit OPPA! Chicken and enjoy together generous platters of Korean dishes at affordable prices.

    Also, watch out for new OPPA! Chicken branches opening up soon at The Fort Strip and Ayala Glorietta Roof Deck.


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