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Reyal Chicken's Sauce-Sarap!

You know you've discovered your HG (holy grail) upon first bite especially when that explosion of flavors made you smile? Well, Reyal Chicken did just that to me. I've just found my HG of litson manok!


Reyal Litson Manok may be a "newbie" as it is set to mark its second anniversary this year but really, its litson manok is a worthy contender for those other liston manok brands. On this note, Reyal unveils its revamp look for the brand and switched to warmer colors that will make you think of their signature litson manok sauce.


Reyal Litson Manok is not your typical litson manok. Its not even about the herb-y taste nor the gravy. This is simply one of my best food discovery this holiday season. As in Reyal Sauce-Sarap! Even if the chicken is flavorful already, what's amazing is the sweet chili garlic sauce that comes with it. No kidding, I've never been more litson manok-crazy after I had my first bite of Reyal Litson Manok.

This roasted chicken is perfect not only for noche buena, but for the numerous gatherings that you've scheduled this holiday season. I mean, serving Reyal Litson Manok is a hassle-free way of spreading Christmas cheer on your dining table.


Of course, this is also the perfect ulam for the family as its taste will appeal even to the most pickiest eater. It has that distinct Pinoy taste that the balikbayan will also love.

And even if there's a huge rebranding done, Reyal guarantees its loyal customers that it is still the litson manok with the sauce-sarap taste that they fell in-love with. With the same butterfly cut and with the sweet chili goodness sauce-sarap.


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