Mang Inasal Butuan opening its 2nd branch at J.C. Aquino Highway in front of Robinsons Place on October 8, 2016, which was attended by a large crowd of waiting customers who are cravings the tasty chicken inasal and other menus. The other Mang Inasal store is located at Butuan Centro at Montilla Boulevard neighbored by McDonalds and Dunkin Donuts, in front of Greenwich and Chowking.
Mang Inasal Butuan 2nd branch is leasing the whole ground floor of Yu Arcade and many believes could be Mang Inasal’s largest store in Mindanao.
Some of the customers have their own say about Mang Inasal, “I love eating in this place because of the food, the staff and the location, you will feel the hospitality here at Mang Inasal” and “love eating chicken inasal with my clean hands…and love to go back soon…try it when your in town…”
Today, Mang Inasal is the leading Pinoy branded outlet in the country, with its strong portfolio of Chicken Inasal, Pork BBQ, Halo Halo, and Palabok. Variations in the menu are constantly being developed to meet the discriminating demands of its growing customer base.
Mang Inasal has steadily grown ever since its acquisition, making it one of the fastest growing quick service restaurants in the country. To date, Mang Inasal has over 450 stores nationwide and counting.
The brand has garnered numerous awards over the years, including the Outstanding Fast Growing Local Food Company from the 19th Annual National Consumers Awards in 2008, the Most Outstanding Quick Service Restaurant and Most Outstanding Chicken Inasal restaurant from the 2010 Dangal ng Bayan Awards, and the Outstanding Filipino Franchise Award from the 2015 Franchise Excellence Awards.
Mang Inasal now lays the foundation for a new era of prosperity, moving forward to a horizon of possibilities as the brand continues its winning tradition of excellence.
Mang Inasal soon drew the attention of Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), the Philippines’ largest food service company and one of Asia’s most admired companies. JFC acquired 100% share of Mang Inasal in April 2016.
source: Skyscrapercity Butuan