Andok’s is one of the largest local food chains in the Philippines. They have been serving great Filipino classics from a menu that is constantly being updated to meet local Filipinos’ preferences for over 40 years. You may find excellent examples of the cuisine of this region here, such as barbecue liempo and dokito burgers.
M1 – Dokito with Rice
M1 Spicy – Spicy Dokito with Rice
M2 – Porkcharap with Rice
BBQ Liempo solo
Chicken Barbeque Stick with Rice
Dokito – Without rice
Dokito Frito Bucket – Original Flavor
Dokito Frito Bucket – Spicy
Pork Barbeque Stick – Without Rice
Porkcharap with Rice
Porkcharap without Rice
Spicy Dokito Chicken
Andoks Burger Solo
Spicy Dokito Burger
Pork Sarciado Ricemeal
Whole Day Agahan
Daing na Bagus
Gatorade Blue Bolt
Softdrink – Coke 1.5
Mr Leonardo “Sandy” Javier Jr., of Quezon City, Philippines, opened the first Andok stand selling “Litson Manok” on West Avenue in December 1985. It’s a story about love, commitment, and family. It was after Sandy and his wife Cora had established their first store that they realized they had created a brand that would have a lasting and good effect on the lives of millions of Filipinos over the years.
Sandy Javier had no money or connections to speak of when he first started his firm, but he was confident that he had everything else he needed within himself. He was ambitious and willing to put in the work necessary to succeed. Andok’s foundation rests on four pillars: enthusiasm, dedication, tenacity, and good sense. Based on those principles, Sandy developed the recipe for the now-iconic Filipino dish “Litson Manok,” a huge hit nationwide.
Expanding takeout businesses were common in the 1980s and 1990s. Still, in the early 2000s, Andok’s opened the first of its full-fledged dine-in stores on Boracay island, offering a menu that included all of the chain’s signature items as well as new ones like Chicken Barbecue, Barbecue Liempo, Litson Kawali, Kawali, Royale, Crispy Pata, Pork Sinigang, Pork Sisig.
Andok’s Online Delivery Information
Deliveries are available throgh Grabfod or takeout.ph and other delivery services, depending on where you live in the philippines.
Andok’s Branch Finder
Currently, Andok’s has over 571+ branches across the Philippines. They complied an google excel sheet with all their locations, you can find the list here.
Andok’s Contact Information
Andok’sPhilippines Head Office Address: Corazon Tierro-Javier Building, No. 24 Bulacan Street, Barangay Bungad, West Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines
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