Mang Inasal

Mang Inasal is a nationwide chain of Filipino restaurants with 3 locations in Cebu. The chain originated in Iliolo and opened its first restaurant in Cebu at SM City Cebu in 2007.


Primarily skewered chicken and pork served with rice:

  • Paborito Meals
  • Sulit Meals
  • Pinoy Merienda
  • Pinoy Sabaw
  • Pinoy Inasal
  • Pinoy Almusal

The Merienda meals include halo-halo and the sabaw meals include sinigang.


  • Cebu City
    • Robinsons Place
    • SM City Cebu
  • Mandaue City
    • Parkmall


2 comments for “Mang Inasal

  1. Philip Patrick
    December 27, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    For a long time i had trouble with this issue.. Nothing to do, no where to go, and seems the other expats here are always busy or they are just ass *$%& . In which I can not tolerate.. As time went on, and as I learned more about the ways and the people here.. This did not become such a big issue.. I also found myself keeping all the things inside, until i would finally blow up and become the ” Ugly Kano “. After years of experience I have found the straight forward approach is the best and has made my life so much easier. If you tell straight forward a person how you feel about them and what is wrong with what issue you have.. They respect that much more and they will become a better friend to you.. OR they will take offense and if they do that, then they are not worth it anyways.. So all in all I have made it a practice to tell each and every person what problems i have with them, or what they are doing, and it seems i have gained a greater respect and a large following of Filipino Friends.. I love Filipino’s and they are some of the best friends in the world, as long as you make sure you let them know where you stand, and what you will and will not put up with…

    • Tropicalpenpals
      December 27, 2010 at 4:11 pm

      Agree.. there is a lot said online about “respecting” Filipinos but how much is ever said about respecting the foreigners? Its a two way street and I must have cut my friends in the last year down by 3/4 due to issues. Its ok for many saying embrace the local culture if you dont then you can leave at the same time they should embrace other peoples aswell otherwise its a pointless exercise. Recently people were protesting in the U.S. about having to speak english at a hospital they work at question is what if it was here in the Philippines. I know a lot of Cebuano’s that get irritated by the fact Tagalog speakers don’t know Cebuano but expect people to speak Tagalog when they are here in Cebu yet when my friends go to Manila they are expected to speak Tagalog aswell.. so who knows maybe a lot of people do assume the world revolves round them..