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Mang Inasal now serves 'unli' happiness in Balingasag town

BALINGASAG, MISAMIS ORIENTAL. From left to right: Catherine Narciso, area manager; Aljon Azote, managing director; Balingasag Mayor Alexis Quina; Milagros Azote, Two Aces Development Corporation president; and Grace Villarino, Trade Marketing head. (Contributed photo)

MANG Inasal, the fast-food restaurant that serves the well-known and loved chicken inasal, will be establishing its latest branch at the ground floor of Gaisano Capital in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental.

The new branch of the Philippines' fastest growing barbeque fast food chain will open its door to the people of Balingasag in October this year.

Mang Inasal Balingasag branch has an area of 244 square meters with 128 seating capacity.

This store serves as the said fast food chain's second store in Misamis Oriental, the first is in Gingoog City.

During the courtesy call held last August 5, Balingasag Mayor Alexis Quina said that he wants to fast track the construction, adding that the people in the municipality is already excited and committed to have a friendly environment for investors.

Mang Inasal has more than 500 stores nationwide. Famous for its native-style and "nuot-sarap" chicken inasal with its pioneering "unlimited rice," Mang Inasal is the leading Pinoy branded outlet in the country.

The brand, established on 2003 in Iloilo City, also serves pork barbeque and other Filipino favorites such as Halo-Halo and Palabok. Variations in the menu are constantly being developed to meet the discriminating demands of its growing customer base.


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