Kuya J is a Filipino Food Restaurant Chain, that started 10 years ago in January 2013 in Escario, Cebu. Their Menu has Delicious & tastiest Dishes of Pork, Beef, Chicken, Seafood, Soups, Salads, Vegetables, Appetizers, Drinks & Desserts with delectable Local Filipino Touch. The Updated Kuya J Menu 2023 PDF is given below.
Kuya J Menu with Price List 2023 Philippines [UPDATED]
|Kuya J Grilled Scallops||₱259|
Beef, Chicken, & Seafood
|Kuya J Kare-Kare||₱279||₱559|
|Lechon Baka Solo (Comes with Kamote Fries and 2 Cups of Rice)||₱499||–|
|Kuya J Roast Chicken (quarter)||₱190||–|
|Kuya J Fried Chicken (whole)||–||₱499|
|Lechon Baka Solo (Comes with Kamote Fries)||₱449||–|
|Grilled Tuna Belly||₱375||–|
|Lechon Baka Salo (Comes with Kamote Fries)||–||₱1,199|
|Kuya J Roast Chicken (whole)||₱490||–|
|Kuya J Roast Chicken (half)||–||₱260|
|Kuya J Fried Chicken (half)||–||₱280|
|Crispy Bangus Ala Pobre||₱239||₱359|
|Kuya J Lumpia Presko||₱109|
Soups (comes with 4 sides)
(Good for 1)
(Good for 2)
|Kuya J Bulalo||₱299||₱499|
|Sinigang Na Bangus||₱199||₱359|
|Beef Tadyang Sinigang||₱269||₱459|
|Pochero Bulalo Tagalog||₱269||₱469|
|Sinigang Na Baboy||₱199||₱379|
|Dinuguan with Puto||₱170|
|Pork BBQ with Rice||₱175|
|Kuya J Crispy Pata (Regular)||₱620|
|Sizzling Sisig with Egg||₱245|
|Kuya J Crispy Pata (Family)||₱795|
|Dinuguan with Rice||₱170|
|Crispy Pata (Regular) With Chopsuey. Sotanghon, Plain Rice Platter. Iced Tea Pitcher and 4 Leche Flans||₱1719|
|Crispy Pata (Family) With Chopsuey, Sofanghon, Plain Rice Platter. Iced Tea Pitcher and 4 Leche Flans||₱1899|
|Roast Chicken (Whole) With Chorizo Dinamitas, Sizzling Tofu. Pancit Palabok Plain Rice Platter, Iced Tea Pitcher and 4 Leche Flans||₱1939|
|Fried Chicken (Whole) With Pancit Canton, Chorizo Dinamitas, Grilled Scallops. Plain Rice Platter, Iced Tea Pitcher and 4 Leche Flans||₱1879|
|Spicy Chicken Mamen||₱239|
|Bida Pork Mamen||₱239|
Noodles & Rice
|Garlic Rice Cup||₱48|
|Garlic Rice Platter||₱145|
|Plain Rice Platter||₱125|
|Kuya J Mango Pandan||₱95|
|Kuya J Saba Halo-Halo Espesyal||₱112|
|Kuya J Halo-Halo Espesyal||₱112|
|Kuya J Ube Halo-Halo Espesyal||₱112|
JUICE & COFFEE
|Ice Tea Pitcher||₱170|
|Kuya J House Blend Iced Tea||₱85|
|Fresh Calamansi Juice||₱79|
|Fresh Buko Juice||₱85|
|Kuya J Fruit Shake Special||₱110|
|Ripe Mango Shake||₱95|
|San Miguel Pale Pilsen Beer||₱75|
|San Miguel Light Beer||₱75|
|KUYA J Grilled Scallops||₱249|
|Sinigang Na Baboy||₱229|
|KUYA J Bulalo||₱329|
|Crispy Pata||Regular – ₱590|
Family – ₱735
|Ube Halo-halo Espesyal||₱125|
|Saba Halo-halo Espesyal||₱125|
Grilled Scallops – This all-time favorite Filipino dish, is completely drenched in butter and topped with melted cheese and rich browned garlic flavour.
Kuya J Kare-Kare – it is made with original Peanut sauce. and comes with a beef and bagnet version. The bagnet one is crispy and yummy. While beef is not soft but well cooked. This is served with Rice, Iced Tea, and 4 side dishes (TCO Salad – Tomato, Cucumber & Onion, Garlic Kangkong, Kropek, and Kamote Chips). Which makes it more savory & delicious
Crispy Pata – it is fried deeply to make pork skin crispy with tender juicy pita meat.
HALO-HALO ESPESYAL – it is made using Milky-smooth ice with mouth-watering ingredients. It is topped with homemade Leche flan, sprinkled with crunchy cornflakes, and drizzled with sweet ube cream. Halo Halo also comes with ube-flavored.
Kuya J Bulalo – it comes with a rich taste because of slow-cooked beef bone and marrow with secret spices.
Lumpia Presko – it is made with Sautéed crab meat and bamboo shoots filling rolled in a horseradish-infused wrapper with sweet garlic sauce.
Sinigang Na Baboy – Using Right Combination of Sourness Classic pork rice porridge served with 4 side dishes (TCO Salad – Tomato, Cucumber & Onion, Garlic Kangkong, Kropek, and Kamote Chips), Rice, and Iced Tea.
History of Kuya J Restaurant
Formerly known as Ang Kan-anan ni Kuya J, Kuya J Restaurant was started in January 2013 by businessmen Lowell Yu and Winglip Chang by opening the first eatery in Escario, Cebu.
This restaurant was earlier owned by a man named Jay in Cebu. But Jay had migrated to Canada. Because of this, he had to leave this restaurant.
After taking Hold of J’s eatery Lowell and Winglip started Renovating its Food Menu & Interior Design. so that it could look Modern & Luxury.
Kuya J serves Filipino Foods at Reasonable & Affordable prices, with Delicious Taste, and Excellent Service. Here you get a Casual Dining Experience.
It is currently one of the fastest-growing restaurants in Philippines. The main reason for this is to use the right ingredients, fresh meat, and fresh vegetables.
This company had opened more than 100 stores within 3 years of starting the first restaurant in Cebu. At present, more than 200 stores of this food chain are providing their service nationwide.
What does Kuya J Mean?
Names starting with the word ‘J’ are very common in the family of the Philippines, due to being Filipino Appropriate, the restaurant was labeled as Kuya J.
At present, Kuya J Group Philippines has opened more than 200 restaurants in different locations like Aklan, Ilo-ilo, Iligan, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Negros, Cebu, Baguio, Pangasinan, Tarlac, Isabela, Bicol, Rizal, Nueva Ecija, Batangas, Pampanga, Bulacan, Laguna & Cavite.
In the future, the company aims to do 500 restaurants from 200 restaurants. Therefore, the company is working hard to achieve this target. You’ll soon find Kuya J’s restaurants in every city and town in the Philippines
Career in Kuya J Restaurant
Do you want to be a part of Kuya J Family?
If yes, then you can easily make your career in this company because of your skills. For this, you have to send your resume to [email protected]
Kuya J satisfies the appetite of every Filipino. If you are also having cravings to eat Kuya J CRISPY PATA, SIZZLING SISIG WITH EGG, POCHERO BULALO TAGALOG, CHORIZO DINAMITAS, GRILLED SCALLOPS. So you can get Food at your doorstep from the official delivery service Provider Central.ph www.central.ph/eats-products?kuya-j.
TRACK ORDER – With Central.ph you can also track your order, for which you have to enter Tracking No. on central.ph/track-order.
Apart from Central, you can also place orders from the Famous Delivery Service website FoodPanda or GrabFood.