Chicken has been part of the Filipino menu and with all the chicken dishes, it was the “Fried Chicken” who always becomes the winner in every occasion that we celebrate.
But not all fried is good. Nowadays it is best that we avoid foods that are fried. We should always find healthy ways to cook our food so that we could lessen the risk of getting “lifestyle” diseases.
Good thing I discovered a new restaurant that serves “Baked Fried Chicken”. This breakthrough chicken masterpiece was first launched at the recently held Franchise Asia Philippines 2012 Expo held at SMX Convention Center Pasay City.
Stackers Burger Café was already a looker whenever me and my family visit Eastwood City in Libis, Q.C., so it was actually my first time to eat here last week when they invited us bloggers to have a taste of their newest-food concept, the “Baked Fried Chicken”.
The brain behind this newest food concept is Mr. Bryan Tiu, the founding owner of Teriyaki Boy before he sold 70% of it to Pancake House Group in 2005. He is a prime restaurateur with several known brands under his I-Foods.Inc like Tokyo Café, Peri-Peri Chicken and Kogi Bulgogi.
Months after of careful research of I-Foods Inc. research and development team, Stackers’ has came up with the Baked fried Chicken with 80% less oil so it’s lighter and health-conscious food lovers who loves to eat fried chicken.
The BAKED FRIED CHICKEN is available through BFC RICE MEALS (1pc w/ Rice Php95, 2pc w/Rice Php155), while you can also grab and take these to your families through 3pcs (Php205), 6pcs. (Php395), 12pcs (Php778), Jumbo 15pcs (Php970), Party 30pcs (Php1,900).
Stackers Burger Café “dares us to compare” their new Baked Fried Chicken and taste the difference.