The name of the restaurant "Chic-Boy" seems cheap, no "class" or does not ring a bell. But we noticed that its almost full of customers at 11:30 am, so perhaps they are good. Hungry after grocery shopping at the newly-opened Central Mall in Binan City, we decided to give this new restaurant a try. By the way, their name came from combining two words -- chicken and "baboy", the latter a Filipino term for pig or pork.
As we entered the restaurant, the ambience and menu reminded us of the Mang Inasal chain of grilled chicken restaurants. We ordered a half grilled chicken at Php 120, a grilled pork belly with unlimited rice at Php 99, an iced lemon tea and a sauteed kangkong (water spinach) in garlic both at Php 25 each. Guests can order 1 whole grilled chicken for only Php 210, which is a steal considering its Cebu-style taste, yet priced like Andok's chicken.