Here’s Where You Can Order Champorado For Delivery

Rainy days call for champorado.

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There's no arguing that champorado is one of the best rainy day comfort food. It's almost an automatic response to crave a bowl of this chocolatey porridge whenever it's raining hard and the weather is colder than usual. Plus, champorado is never complete if you don't top it with powdered milk, evaporated milk, or condensed milk. For those who like the salty and sweet pairing, they add tuyo on top, too.

When you find yourself feeling an intense champorado craving but you don't have the needed ingredients in your pantry or if you're too lazy to cook, here are the places that can deliver champorado right to your doorstep:

Bacolod Chicken Inasal

Bacolod Chicken Inasal's Native Tsokolate Champorado is a combination of sticky rice and pure Visayas tablea tsokolate. 

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Bacolod Chicken Inasal's Native Tsokolate Champorado is available via GrabFood.

Friends & Family

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If you want to switch it up, you can go for the famous ube champorado from Friends & Family. Chef Kalel Chan, the brains behind the OG ube champorado, makes this by combining ube and white chocolate with the malagkit na kanin, then tops it with milk, salty danggit, and toasted coconut flakes on the side. 

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Friends & Family's Ube Champorado is available via GrabFood.

Indulge MNL

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Think melted Nestle Crunch and then instead of the rice crispies, it's sticky rice-that's what Indulge MNL's Triple Chocolate Champorado tastes like! It uses three different kinds of premium chocolate that sets it apart from your instant, grocery-bought champorado.

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Indulge MNL's Triple Chocolate Champorado is available to order through their Instagram page.

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

If you've gone on a night out in the city and ended festivities way past midnight, then you're probably no stranger to Kanto Freestyle Breakfast. This 24/7 breakfast place offers Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo Flakes, which combines sweetness, nuttiness, and a tinge of saltiness in one bowl. 

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast's Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo Flakes is available via GrabFood.

Kuya J's

The restaurant's Kuya J Choco Champorado is made with slow-cooked sticky rice, tablea, and brown sugar. This is topped with powdered milk. Besides the classic chocolate champorado, they also have a Kuya J Ube Champorado. This is made with ube halaya and sticky rice, then topped with powdered milk and a drizzle of ube syrup.

Kuya J's Choco Champorado and Ube Champorado are available via GrabFood.

Little Flour Cafe

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Wildflour's little sister Little Flour also has champorado on the menu! This cafe's version of champorado is made with sticky rice that's cooked with 61% Dark French Chocolate Couverture. This is served with carabao's milk and you have the option to add fried tawilis for an additional P220.

Little Flour's Champorado (P240 or P460) is available via GrabFood.

Max's

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Max's Triple Chocolate Champorado is as classic as far as champorado is concerned. It's a rich chocolate rice porridge that's served with milk.

Max's Triple Chocolate Champorado is available via GrabFood.

Tapa King

Yes, this food joint offers more than just tapa and silog meals. Tapa King also serves champorado that's on the sweeter side, but just as comforting as the ones prepared at home. Just don't forget the milk!

Tapa King's Champorado is available via GrabFood.

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