Pogiboy, like its Jollibee inspiration, sells chicken. Its signature PFC wing bucket has a distinct sour taste from the tamarind paste soaked in the sauce and its gravy, which together create a uniquely Filipino illusion: a fried chicken dish that adopts the sourness of chicken soup. sinigan. Against all will, you will empty that crate. Pogiboy also offers grilled, or broiled chicken, whose skin is made with a marinade of annatto oil, lemongrass, coconut vinegar, and Royal Tru orange soda. Finished on the hot grill and served with long pepper salsa, the golden chickens, all burnt and sparkling, tease your eyes before it satisfies your palate.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/food/2021/11/29/pogiboy-review/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_lifestyle Pogiboy Review: A quick casual meal inside the Block food hall for American and Filipino flavors