My dad wanted to try out this restaurant since he loves Chicken Inasal so much, so we went to a Chic-Boy restaurant near our house. Chic-Boy is a really catchy name! It stands for "Chicken at Baboy". It was patterned after its main competitor who also sells Chicken Inasal (even the tables, chairs, and condiment bottles are the same). I think their menu is more diverse though. The branch we went to was in Frisco. Despite the restaurant having 3 floors, parking seems impossible there.
The first floor had no air-con so we went up to the second floor instead. This place is clean and really spacious and can accommodate lots of diners.
House Soup (not sinigang though)
Chibog-Busog Meal: Inihaw na Liempo (P99.00)
This came with unlimited rice. This was my dad's order. The liempo is kind of pale, and I'm not used to that. Hehe.
Chiquito Meal: Hita (P49.00)
Chiquito Meals are served with rice and house soup. The chicken was really small. You get what you pay for, after all.
We also had a whole Cebu Lechon Manok (P210.00) for take out. I was not able to take a picture of it though. The chicken was kind of bland. Since this restaurant is kind of new, they still have a lot of things to improve on. And I hope they do! :P