Our Back Story

We are a dependable and stable home-grown business established in 1999. Tita Fannies was taken from the name of our beloved aunt of the Onque Family “Tita Fanny”.

Our brand Tita Fannies Liempo & Chicken Haus is known for it’s 2 familiar and comforting core products which are the “Original Roasted Liempo and Lechon Manok (Roasted Chicken). The secret lies on the local herbs and spices, a recipe that was handed to our family from generations.

At Tita Fannies Liempo & Chicken Haus we provide comfort to our customers that fulfill their satisfaction beyond their expectation.

As time goes by we added other mouth-watering Filipino Inspired dishes like Lumpia Shanghai, Batchoy and some other dish that truly captures the heart of every customer that steps into our store.

We also innovated our core products and come up with new variants like  Sizzling Liempo,  Liempo De Lechon, and added variants to the Lechon Manok like their sizes.

To complete every meal we also added refreshments like our fruit slush that comes in different variants. We offer sweets like Halo – Halo, dessert cups that come in different flavors and added some native delicacies through Panyang’s delicacies.

We added to our menu other grilled and barbecue dishes like pork barbecue and chicken barbecue. There are also combo meals and budget meals to give a diversified option to our customer.

Tita Fannies Liempo & Chicken Haus has been stable, predictable and consistent in terms of our mouthwatering taste of foods with a tagline

"Katikim tikim, katakam takam ang sarap balik balikan"

The Logo Design

The logo of Tita Fannies. The font has been designed as bamboo trees as letters forming the word FANNIES which name derived from FANNIE who shared the recipes of the house specialties to the family of the owner of the restaurant. The bamboos seen in the logo is a common tree usually found around the country, which has so many useful purposes for furniture, food and traditional house building. The restaurant before was built by bamboos which create an ambiance of a Filipino culture and tradition. This also brings back how Filipinos enjoy dining in a traditional Bahay-Kubo made from bamboos and nipa. The logo also indicates the year it has since started serving Filipino cuisine for the local citizen and tourists