Sometimes, you just need to treat yourself.
Lately, I have been cutting down on non-essential things because of the pandemic. After all, we don't know when we will be back on track or until when we will have our jobs. Nowadays, nothing is certain anymore.
However, once in a while, we all deserve to enjoy a treat or two.
Last weekend, my family and I were in for a treat because we had on our table food from Mambo Chicken.
We had the Original Fried Chicken, Tteokbokki, and Japchae.
First impression when I got the food was shock. Normally, serving in the Philippines is small. Trust me on this. Their serving was pretty big. When they said that it was good enough for 4 people, they meant it which I really, really liked.
I love it when restaurants are able to deliver on their promise.
This is their Tteokbokki which was chewy, had enough spice to give it a mild kick, and was just so good that a small part of me wished that I could eat this all by myself. Eeekkk. Greedy much?
I was just so happy because this one was cooked just right.
Mambo Chicken's Japchae was a great reminder of this Japchae that my former Korean neighbor would cook for us. It was the most legit Japchae that I have ever had and this one from Mambo Chicken is definitely a close second.
The Original Fried Chicken is very filling. The pieces are filling and heavy plus there's no need for gravy or ketchup. This is perfect paired with beer. Yep, chicken and beer.
We also had the chance to try out their spiciest chicken ever. Here's what I can say. If you're not a fan of spicy food, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT ORDER THIS.
It was REALLY, REALLY SPICY. Good, BUT REALLY SPICY.
I'm glad that Mambo Chicken is located just at BF Homes Paranaque. Now, when I want to treat myself and my family, I can easily message them to have this bunch of goodies delivered to my home.