Dining Review: Bronx Fried Chicken

the bronx fried chicken in madison galeries alabang muntinlupa

Once again, we went to South District Hall for lunch. We were craving for chicken this time, so we decided to try out the food in Bronx Fried Chicken.

We ordered the one piece chicken with rice and dip, the Down Burger, and onion rings.

Oh man, were our cravings satisfied!

The Notorious ₱150 (₱180 unli rice). Your perfectly crunchy fried chicken with a Bronx twist.

For the chicken with rice and dip, you can choose between The Notorious and Brewsky. When asked, we were told that The Notorious is their bestseller, so that was what we ordered. We also chose the barbecue dip, also at the recommendation of the staff.

Notorious chicken with barbecue sauce
The Notorious with barbecue sauce

This is the real deal. The chicken was fried so well — crispy on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside. And it was so big! A least a quarter of the chicken was left when we finished the rice. I guess that’s why they also offer unli-rice.

And, okay, I said we ordered the barbeque dip, right? Protip: order the taco cheese dip as an add-on. Because, oh my goodness, I cannot even express how much of a game-changer that is. Cheesy barbeque, anyone?

The dip combo also works with the Down Burger.

Baby sis is impressed; the size of this chicken is no joke!

The Get Down Burger ₱99We chose the Spicy Down Burger. As with the chicken with rice, the chicken fillet was fried to perfection. We kind of expected that the chicken fillet itself would be spicy, but it turns out it’s just the mayo that has the spicy flavour. It was good, though. Definitely better than the chicken burgers of some of the fast food chains here in the country.

The hamburger bun was great as well. I could just eat the entire thing even without the chicken. Seriously, masarap papakin. It was soft and fluffy and just the right amount of sweet to contrast with the flavour of the chicken and the sauce.

get down spicy chicken burger
Spicy Get Down Burger and Onion Rings

I just wish there were veggies in the burger, or even just the option to have them included in the burger. Honestly, even if it’s just a small piece of lettuce, I’d be happy.

As it is though, the Down Burger is a good burger. Not a Downer Burger at all (haha!).

Lil Somethins – Hoops ₱80Lastly, the onion rings, called Hoops in their menu.

They were okay. Fried well, as expected, but I wouldn’t call them the best there is. The ones on top of the pile were good, but as you get to the bottom, you get onion rings that were just soaked in oil and they weren’t enticing anymore.  They served the Hoops with catsup though I wish they also provided mayo. Still, the cheese and barbeque combo also tasted good with them. 

bronx hoops onion rings
Hoops served in a tin container

Price-wise, I have very little to complain about. You get what paid for here. I mean, a big chicken like that for 150 pesos? Worth it. Same goes for the chicken burger. In fact, I think it’s really just the onion rings whose price I’d like to contest. I mean, 8 Cuts’ onion rings, for me, are tastier and cheaper, so I personally wouldn’t call the price of the Hoops reasonable.

Still, despite my minor complaints, I’d definitely come back here and try the other food in their menu!

Taste: 4/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: 5/5
Ambiance: 4/5


Bronx Fried Chicken is located at the South District Food Hall (4th floor) of Madison Galeries, Alabang


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