Piddig’s Maritess Fried Tsiken

Fried Chicken and Pop Rice

Crispier and tastier, more joy from the Maritess fried chicken stand in Piddig! Formerly named Cowboy, according to the lady cook. Choose from 15, 25 and 35 pesos depending on the part. The aroma whets the appetite.

Maritess Fried Tsiken

The spices were not exactly hot — kinda peppery, but not flaming. The breading wasn’t that thick. Marianne and his brother, who were with us say it tastes like Taiwanese fried chicken. Foodie Brandon says this particular stand in Piddig is the best among the Cowboy fried chicken he’s tasted in towns like Vintar and Batac. I heard the same review from others. It was worth the 20-minute drive. At  least to people wanting to unwind on a Saturday evening. Enjoy the weekend, everyone!

Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2013

2 thoughts on “Piddig’s Maritess Fried Tsiken

  1. Hello site admin! Do you happen to have the contact number of the owner of Maritess Fried Chicken? I’m planning to get a franchise of this but I can’t seem to find any contacts online. I’ll appreciate it much if you can help. Thanks!

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