Make some Noy’s

Patricia May P. Catan

AMID one of the busiest streets in the city is a humble Filipino restaurant that not many locals heard of yet but is actually a promising dining place as it draws in curious diners for it re-creates a handful of our favorite Pinoy dishes with its own tasty twist. Noy’s Yellow Chicken is strategically tucked in a corner in Pres. Quezon St. which is just a few steps away from the main road that is F. Cabahug.

The restaurant opened on Jan. 5 and has gained decent foot traffic even as one of the newest players in town. Thanks to the innovative team behind Noy’s Yellow Chicken for bringing something new to the market when it comes to flavor.

The traditional lechon manok at Noy’s is given a tasty marination twist that will leave diners craving for more and begging a cup or two of extra rice. Noy’s Yellow Chicken is no doubt the house favorite for its new and original flavors that’s a scrumptious adventure for every discerning palate. The restaurant is not only known for its delicious roasted chicken but is also famous for its Southeast Asian-inspired pork belly called the Bang Belly. The Bang Belly like the Yellow Chicken is a popular choice among loyal customers too. Diners who want to try both can order the Half and Half to get half chicken and half pork belly as the name suggests.

Noy’s newest flavor called the Garlic Lemongrass Yellow Chicken is a more traditional take on the lechon manok but still with the same unique twist that its diners love. Apart from roasted chicken and pork belly, the restaurant also has a variety of Pinoy dishes available on its menu such as skinless chorizo, Chinese ngohiong, pancit, bam-i and monngos.

This modest Filipino restaurant seats 18 people and is designed with a hole-in-the-wall setting that invites customers from all walks of life. With straight to the point food offerings that are familiar to the taste bud, Noy’s Yellow Chicken is proud to claim that its dishes give customers delectable comfort yet still create that gastronomic excitement through its standout flavors. Every visit at Noy’s is now made better for a limited time with a rewards card promotion for its loyal diners. An even bigger surprise awaits the card holder and his friends once the six different rewards are completed.

Make some Noy’s at the newest addition to the ever-growing food and beverage industry in Metro Cebu and get your roasted chicken and pork belly fix from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Mondays to Thursdays and from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.