All the Restaurant and Fast Food Dishes You Can Cook in Your Home

You can kind of be a chef in your own home.

Flex your home cooking with these restaurant-quality dishes you easily whip up in your kitchen. 


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At the end of March, Jollibee decided that the best way to share joy during the quarantine was to let people cook its legendary Chickenjoy inside their homes. It's by no means exactly the same as what you'd get if you go to Jollibee. The parts are cut and marinated, but there's no breading and no gravy, so you have to do those bits freestyle. According to Yummy, the best way is to thaw the chicken, dip it in an egg batter, then coat it in seasoned flour before frying.

Available at Robinson's Supermarkets

READ MORE: Frozen Chickenjoy Is Now Available at Robinsons Supermarket



Last April 15, McDonald's joined the fray of generous fast-food enterprises offering their signature meals for home cooks. Its chicken nuggets (P454), marinated chicken cuts (P219), and spicy marinated chicken cuts (P219) are now available in selected outlets. Earlier, McDonald's also unveiled the recipe for the Sausage McMuffin for people who have been starved of this popular breakfast item.

READ MORE: McDonald's Offers Frozen Food Packs to Cover All Your Cravings

Mang Inasal

If fried chicken's not your thing, Mang Inasal is offering frozen marinated cuts of chicken (leg and breast) in regular and spicy flavors, bangus sisig, pork barbecue, and lumpiang togue. Prices range from P134 to P483. To complete the experience, you can also buy chicken oil in either sachets or liter containers. Even the desserts are available!

Available at Mang Inasal branches

Potato Corner

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Have a potato party at your home. Potato Corner, that great potato purveyor, is offering a cook-at-home fries kit for P699. Now before you raise your eyebrows at the price, that's 2.5 kilograms of potatoes (a Tera for each member of your extended family). It comes, of course, with the signature flavor packet. 

0906-005-0579; 0947-381-0359

READ MORE: Potato Corner Is Selling Ready-to-Cook Kits, So You Can Enjoy Freshly Cooked Fries at Home


Available only in Visayas and Mindanao outlets, Greenwich is helping fans come up with their own version of its famous pizzas. The marinated chicken is for sale (eight pieces for P225) as well as some of the pasta sauces (spaghetti and carbonara). If you're good at making pizza crust (or, you know, just use bread), you can embellish it with Greenwich toppings, too, like bacon bits, chorizo, ham, beef burger crumbles, and more. 

Available at Greenwich branches



Chowking has a large ready-to-cook menu, but what's more impressive is how you can actually recreate its iconic halo-halo at home. Yes, you can order all the components of this luscious dessert frozen and in bulk: ube paste, langka in syrup, macapuno, mixed beans, and even ice cream. Frozen dim sum, meat, and seafood are also at your disposal. 

Available at Chowking branches


Quarantine has made every night movie night! Replicate the cinema experience in your living room with home-cooked Taters food. Available for wholesale are turkey patties, hotdogs, beef patties, chips, fries, fish fillet, ground beef (for nachos), munchers, and more.


That's right. The OG milk tea in the Philippines wants to satisfy your milk tea cravings in the comfort of your kitchen. Serenitea has just launched home kits that come in three variations: a straightforward pack of 15 three-in-one milk tea sachets (P599); 15 three-in-one sachets plus uncooked pudding powder (P899); and 15 three-in-one sachets with one jar of nata de coco (P1,099). 

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Hotdogs, hotdog buns, siopao? You can now assemble your favorite convenience-store office snack at your kitchen as you work from home. It's available at selected 7-Eleven stores nationwide.


Ministop hasn't made its famous Uncle John's Fried Chicken available for home cooking (you can have it delivered all ready to consume), but the rest of its menu, Kariman, Hot Chix, siomai, siopao, and chicken inasal, is available frozen and ready to take home at selected Ministop locations.

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Making life easier is Manam, which is offering its bestsellers in ready-to-eat and ready-to-heat versions. The famous Crispy Sisig and Watermelon Sinigang are both frozen and reheatable, while lechon kawali, tapa, corned beef, and beef salpicao come in easy-to-cook packages.

The Moment Group, which manages Manam, is also releasing frozen 8 Cuts patties. 

King Chef

Never crave Chinese food again. King Chef has every kind of dim sum on offer: prawn dumplings, siopao, bean curd rolls, siomai, hakao. Take your pick, but note that King Chef's frozen dim sum is only available for delivery (via Grab or other delivery apps). It is not available for takeout or pick-up. 

8361-1332, 8361-0571, 0942-297-3071



This OG Chinese specialty store has select days for ordering its famous dim sum. Make sure to check out its Facebook page for updates. 


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Pick up your favorite Locavore dish at the store, frozen and ready for the family to enjoy. Have a feast with boneless lechon belly, crispy pata, kimchinigang, sizzling sinigang, beef pares stew, adobong baka sa gata, green curry Bicol express, corned bistek, and crispy corned beef. Too bad the legendary sugpo con mayonesa isn't available. 


Have a classic Filipino meal at home with bulk orders of Amber specialties. Get a kilo of marinated pork (ready to be skewered and barbecued) or 20 pieces of lumpiang Shanghai while supplies last. 


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For those celebrating birthdays while on lockdown, Conti's is here to deliver frozen versions of its famous main courses. Plus, you can order its celebrated cake, too. Delivery is available in selected stores only.


Josiah's Catering

Though not a restaurant, Josiah's is making sure there's something to celebrate during the lockdown with frozen, ready-to-heat versions of its catering menu. The veteran catering company, famous for its roast beef, has that available, as well as authentic menudo, spicy kaldereta, fish pochero, pork sisig, pork estofado, and more. 



Max's is having most of its menu available for delivery, but if you want to be sure you can have Max's whenever a craving hits, a portion of its product line is also available frozen and ready to cook: regular crispy pata, large crispy pata, family crispy pata (now you really have no excuse not to get the crispy pata), kare-kare, marinated bangus, chicken burger patty, and lumpiang Shanghai mix. 

Old Swiss Inn

A proponent of slow cooking, Old Swiss Inn wants to make sure that you're eating well during the quarantine. Its frozen deli has items like gnagi, all kinds of sausages, and sliced corned beef. It also has "Snap and Zap" meals that are ready for enjoyment: goulash, bolognese sauce, corned beef kaldereta, mechado, lengua, chicken pastel, and more. 

Ramen Yushoken and Mendokoro Ramenba

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Yes, these two have a monthlong backlog in pre-orders, but that's just a testament to how beloved they are in the community. Yushoken and Mendokoro are offering take-home ramen kits plus gyoza, karaage, and chahan to complete the experience.

READ MORE: Ramen Yushoken Is Now-Finally-Offering Take-Home Ramen Kits

Mama Lou's

Rustic Italian cooking is best enjoyed in the comfort in your own home, right? It's like grandma is in the kitchen, but everything is already frozen and ready to consume in a matter of minutes. Think frozen pasta, frozen mozzarella sticks, frozen meatballs.


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Sasha eats to live and lives to eat. For five years, she handled's food section and edited the last two installments of its Top 10 Food books. She also recently participated at the Madrid Fusion Manila as curator.
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