Who says you need to splurge on a plane ticket when you can experience exciting South American flavors inside and out of the metro?
Whipping up tasty and exciting dishes in its 17 branches nationwide, Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken and Sauce Bar offers an enticing combination of foreign flavors with an exciting Filipino twist. Influenced by South America, Peri-Peri’s dishes have been infused with a local touch since its opening in 2005, proudly wearing the Filipino heart on its sleeves.
With the perfect combo of mouth-watering food, good service, and a playful ambiance, Peri-Peri gives us an unforgettable dining experience every time. Enchong Dee – upbeat, warm, and oozing with charm – matches this spark, being a happy franchisee of 3 Peri-Peri branches thus far.
An entrepreneur, foodie, and traveller, the actor reveals that his trips abroad are what inspire him to introduce more flavors to the Filipinos through his restaurants. “It’s really all about them,” he says, referring to loyal and frequent Peri-Peri customers. “Me as an actor focuses on himself, but Enchong as a businessman really focuses on the customers, on what they want.”
Anyone who steps into a Peri-Peri branch knows the overflow of good food and cheer present there. Mainly known for their Charcoal Grilled Chicken, tender ribs, and character-filled sauces, in their search for more surprising flavors; this time, Peri-Peri adds more than 40 new dishes to its already exciting menu.
Huge appetite on a budget? A surprising feat: Peri-Peri introduces its “small plates” that pack a flavorful punch, priced at only Php100 and Php150 – a treat for the growing number of Peri loyalists. New entrants to their long list of delectable offerings, the restaurant introduces the addition of a tempting collection of flavors ranging from the golden surprise of their Patatas Bravas, the melt-in-your-mouth savor of the Chorizo con Quezo Fondido, and the Peri-Peri Dynamite, a spicy treat that bursts with layers of flavor, among many others.
If you’re not sure where to start, Enchong helps you narrow down your choices by sharing his personal favorites: the must-try Mozzarella sticks, the classic charcoal chicken, grilled bacon-wrapped meatballs, and Peri-Peri’s hot wings.
Offering meals that are grilled but not dried, unique but with Filipino flair, Bryan Tiu, the innovator and the man behind the brand, shares that the restaurant was created by local talents and established with the Filipino taste in mind.
Peri-Peri brings home an international flavor to the local table, and serves it with much dedication and heart. Continuing to carve a space among the hearts of food enthusiasts, whether it’s through their crunchy fish fillet pieces, their popular chicken dish, or simply with the crisp slices of potato chips – in big meals and small, Peri-Peri serves dishes that satisfies any foodie’s taste.
Peri Peri Charcoal Chicken and Sauce Bar