OYCHA Manok Inasal was born in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, from the backyard and beyond. Recently, the homegrown venture inked partnerships in Arayat -- after succeeding in its first store in Mexico, Pampanga.
Owner Pao Reyes shared that he is "overwhelmed by his kabalens' warm welcome" and that he is inspired to further serve foodies and families in the province.
"Kapampangans love their homemade and backyard food. And I believe, there are two reasons why: the food itself and how we enjoy eating it with other people. How food plays such an important part in bringing the whole family together," he said.
Oycha Manok Inasal is set to put up more stores in the province to better serve patrons who deserve quality and superb-tasting options at affordable very prices.
Aside from their signature chicken, they also serve Sisig, Tokwa't Baboy and salad via delivery and take-out.
"Oycha" is derived from a slang Kapampangan term which means "over there," or "over in that place." (PR)