November 22, 2016

Top 10 Best Lechon in the Philippines 2016

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Lechon—It is not surprising that any Filipino will have a fair share of stories to tell about this well-loved whole pig roasted dish. It is a delicacy symbolizing prosperity that is present in most Filipino tables during the best occasions in life: fiestas, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries. But aside from these momentous celebrations where the lechon is present, it can be said that it’s the crispy and gleaming skin, the juicy and flavorful meat and fat, and the glorious combination of crunchy, soft, and smooth textures of lechon that make it so memorable in any Filipino’s heart, mind, and tongue.

Now that Christmas season is here, it is time again to welcome lechon in our homes and tummies. ShoppersGuide has recently conducted the Top 10 Best Lechon 2016 survey and we now bring you the results so you can choose where to get your lechon for your Noche Buena and Media Noche too!


10. CEBU LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Crispy and juicy” - Gretchen Marcelo


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Cebu's Ayer Lechon has moved at the North Wing Pre-terminal, Domestic Departure Area, Mactan Airport, Cebu in August 2016.


While there is no particular store called Cebu Lechon, several voters named Cebu lechon as their favorite lechon! The popularity of this gourmet roasted pig from Cebu grew even more as lechon stores boasting Cebu-style lechon open in Manila. Meanwhile, Cebu lechon stores such as Rico’s Lechon, Zubuchon, and Ayer Lechon opened branches near or inside Mactan Airport in Cebu allowing tourists to bring lechon home for pasalubong.


9. JIRO’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Jiro’s Lechon roasting over charcoal


Jiro's Lechon boasts of serving native lechon blended with herbs and spices. It comes with special gravy and free dinuguan (pork blood stew) upon request. They also deliver whole lechon baka (roasted calf). Service charge is free within Metro Manila.

Prices: 6 to 7 kilos good for 25 persons is PhP4,000; 22 kilos good for 120 persons is PhP10,000

Branches: Makati City and Quezon City. See the complete details of Jiro’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


8. SABROSO’S LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Masarap even without sauce, very tender and tasty, highly recommended” — Eleanor


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Laman (meat) PhP760/kilo, ulo (head) PhP350/kilo, paa (feet) PhP250/kilo. In Sabroso’s Lechon, walang tapon (nothing goes to waste).


Western Visayas’s version of lechon is represented by Sabroso’s Lechon. They say that their incredibly flavorful lechon is the result of choosing only quality free-range native pig. They deliver one whole lechon or per kilo.

Prices: 7 kilos good for 20-25 persons at PhP6,000; 20 to 21 kilos good for 80-100 persons at PhP9,000.

Branches: Rodriguez Avenue and Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. See the complete details of Sabroso’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


7. CNT LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The CnT Lechon has deep brown skin and succulent white meat.


CnT Lechon has been making Cebuanos happy and proud for 20 years already. They have free delivery within Cebu City only but for those who want to bring a box outside Cebu island for pasalubong, they have special packaging for their lechon for air freight.

Prices: PhP4,000.00 approximately good for 13-15persons, PhP6,000.00 approximately good for 40-45 persons. Additional charge for packing for air freight is PhP65.00 per lechon.

Branches: See the complete details of CnT Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


6. PING PING LECHON


Voters Comments:
“Classic na to!” – Lawrence


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

A lechonero lines up lechon in various sizes, a rather usual scene at Ping Ping and other La Loma lechon houses.


Before Cebu gained popularity for its lechon, La Loma in Quezon City has been dubbed as the lechon capital of the Philippines for many years already. Hailing from this place is Ping Ping Lechon. They take pride in having one of the biggest lechon restaurants in La Loma. Ping Ping is also known for having the best liver sauce to be paired with their lechon.

Prices: Regular size is 8 kilos good for 40 persons, PhP4,500.00; jumbo size is 24 to 25 kilos good for 140 persons, PhP9,500.00.

Branches: La Loma, Quezon City and Blumentritt, Manila. See the complete details of Ping Ping Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


5. MILA’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The even, reddish-brown skin of Mila’s lechon appeals so much to the senses.


This La Loma-homegrown lechon house has bagged the Best Lechon Maker award several times since 1973. Mila’s Lechon is the only one in the list that breeds and raises their own native hogs to ensure the best quality lechon they can produce.

Having been in the business for more 50 years, they are now experts in providing catering services as well, and can even roast the lechon in your chosen venue, if suitable for setting up a grill, while you wait.

Prices: Small good for 20 persons is PhP5,200, big good for 80 persons is PhP8,000; lechon baka good for 180 persons is PhP38,600.

Branches: La Loma and West Triangle, Quezon City . See the complete details of Mila’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


4. ZUBUCHON


Voter’s Comments:
“My #1 Lechon” – Jack
“Crispy and juicy” – Bea


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Boneless Zubuchon Lechon Medium Platter costs PhP330.


Zubuchon’s lechon is another pride of Cebuanos especially after it was named the “best pig ever” by famous American chef, author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain. Their pigs are sourced from backyard raisers all over Cebu province that’s why their lechon have more meat and less fat. They also use only local, organic ingredients for flavoring, and do not use any msg at all. They also prick the pig’s skin and spray it with fresh coconut water for a crispy and brown lechon skin.

For orders, contact their staff, Yolly, through zubufoods@gmail.com or at 09776278487 / 032-2547342.

Prices: Small good for 20-25 persons at PhP4,900 in Cebu & PhP6,500 in Manila; Medium good for 25-30 persons at PhP5,900 (Cebu price) & PhP7,800 (Manila price)

Branches: Pueblo Verde Basak, Lapu-lapu City; City Soho Mall, B. Rodriguez St.; Mactan Cebu International Airport; Mactan Marina Mall, Lapu-lapu City; One Mango Avenue, Gen. Maxilom Avenue; The Walk IT Park, Lahug, Escario Central, Escario Street. See the complete details of Zubuchon Branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


3. GENERAL’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“D Best” – Mark
“Ang sarap ng balat, #lechoncravingsatisfieddito” – Arianne Kim


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The original General Lechon’s Negros-style


General’s Lechon was opened in 2007 with the purpose of bringing the lechon San Carlos, Negros Occidental style to Manila. Their lechon has “a brassy golden reddish brown crispy skin” and juicy meat. Infused with secret spices different from those typically used in lechon, General’s Lechon has been praised by food critics as having a “merry mix of Balinese and Davaoeno flavors.” Customers can choose from original, garlic, chilli garlic, and curry flavors.

You can place and pick up your orders at Dasmariñas, Makati City branch. Delivery service is also available with charge depending on the location.

Prices: Small original (8.5-10kgs, good for 12-15 persons) PhP6,700; Medium original (13.5-15kgs, good for 30-40 persons) PhP8,200; Jumbo original (26-30kgs, good for 70-80 persons) PhP9,900. Add PhP300 to PhP500 for flavors.

Branch: 2nd floor Petron Dasmarinas Village, Edsa corner Arnaiz, Makati City (Pasay Road)
Contact Nos.: (+632)821-5437, (+63917)853-2466, (+632)266-4170, (+632)966-5099, (+63917)553-0600.


2. LYDIA’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“I found it tasty and delicious. I enjoyed eating it and craving more to eat it again.” – Rizza Eloisa Marie C. Dy
“It's very famous in our place” – Sol
“Delicious lechon in town” – Cindy


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Famous for its fresh, Cebu-style flavour but with less grease on the skin


Having been serving lechon for 51 years, Lydia’s Lechon started humbly as a small stall selling slices of lechon just outside the Our Lady of Sorrows Church in F.B. Harrison St., Pasay City. Aside from their Cebu-style lechon, they are also popular for their boneless lechon stuffed with seafood paella. Lechon baka is also available which each piece weighing 100 to 120 kilos and can serve 150 to 160 persons. Selling for PhP40,500, one lechon baka order comes with free 1 whole lechon de leche.

Customers can order online via Lydia’s Lechon website. Reheating and delivery charges are included in Metro Manila prices. Additional PhP3,000 charge apply for deliveries in Bulacan, Pampanga, Cavite, and Batangas Area.

Prices: 9-10 kilos good for 25 to 30 persons cost PhP6,800 (with paella PhP9,300), 27-30 kilos good for 90-100 persons, PhP 12,800 (with paella PhP16,800)

Branches: They now have 9 restaurants, 14 stations in food courts, and 1 kiosk all over Metro Manila and Luzon. See Lydia’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


1. ELAR’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“Crispy ang balat” – Derrick Matthew
“Consistent” – Kaye
“The best in town. Our choice for special occasions” – Don gonZales
“Mouthwatering meat and crispy skin” – Czarinah Mae
“Super sarap and crispylicious...” – Caitlyn Mari
“The best lechon than in Cebu...” – Cherry Libunao


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The orangey skin of Elar’s Lechon is a familiar sight in Filipino tables.


The No. 1 place in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Best Lechon goes to Elar’s Lechon! Special-mentioned in CNN’s article 50 dishes that define the Philippines, Elar’s Lechon naturally comes to mind when talking about the best lechon in Metro Manila. With its slogan “Fiesta in your Mouth! Best Tasting Lechon in the Metro!,” hundreds of positive comments at their Facebook page and other dining websites, plus garnering the top votes and most number of comments in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Survey, Elar’s Lechon rightfully deserves to be No. 1.

Inquiries and orders are done via their Facebook page Monday to Friday, from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM or by calling them at (+632)731-7551 to 52 or (+632)732-4116. All orders from December 8, 2016 to January 15, 2017 are for pickup only.

Prices: Smallest size is at 15 kilos (live weight) good for 20 to 25 persons for PhP6,200; biggest is 50 kilos for 80 to 100 kilos for PhP9,500

Branches: See complete details of Elar’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


The best time to place your orders is now as most of these lechon houses will get their hands full once the first week of December sets in. But don’t forget to be careful when placing your orders online. Ask friends for recommendation and check customer reviews online as well. Make sure that you get the best lechon on time and for the right price.


Got any shout out for your most favorite lechon ever? Feel free to share them at the comments section!


Results are based on the Top 10 Best Lechon survey posted at the home page of ShoppersGuide.com.ph from October 18 to November 15, 2016.

Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Please contact the aforementioned stores to confirm serving size and prices.

Images are from the Facebook pages and official websites of featured stores.


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Lovelle G. Almazar

Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

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Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

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November 22, 2016

Top 10 Best Lechon in the Philippines 2016

Find out if your favorite lechon made the cut!

Lechon—It is not surprising that any Filipino will have a fair share of stories to tell about this well-loved whole pig roasted dish. It is a delicacy symbolizing prosperity that is present in most Filipino tables during the best occasions in life: fiestas, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries. But aside from these momentous celebrations where the lechon is present, it can be said that it’s the crispy and gleaming skin, the juicy and flavorful meat and fat, and the glorious combination of crunchy, soft, and smooth textures of lechon that make it so memorable in any Filipino’s heart, mind, and tongue.

Now that Christmas season is here, it is time again to welcome lechon in our homes and tummies. ShoppersGuide has recently conducted the Top 10 Best Lechon 2016 survey and we now bring you the results so you can choose where to get your lechon for your Noche Buena and Media Noche too!


10. CEBU LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Crispy and juicy” - Gretchen Marcelo


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Cebu's Ayer Lechon has moved at the North Wing Pre-terminal, Domestic Departure Area, Mactan Airport, Cebu in August 2016.


While there is no particular store called Cebu Lechon, several voters named Cebu lechon as their favorite lechon! The popularity of this gourmet roasted pig from Cebu grew even more as lechon stores boasting Cebu-style lechon open in Manila. Meanwhile, Cebu lechon stores such as Rico’s Lechon, Zubuchon, and Ayer Lechon opened branches near or inside Mactan Airport in Cebu allowing tourists to bring lechon home for pasalubong.


9. JIRO’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Jiro’s Lechon roasting over charcoal


Jiro's Lechon boasts of serving native lechon blended with herbs and spices. It comes with special gravy and free dinuguan (pork blood stew) upon request. They also deliver whole lechon baka (roasted calf). Service charge is free within Metro Manila.

Prices: 6 to 7 kilos good for 25 persons is PhP4,000; 22 kilos good for 120 persons is PhP10,000

Branches: Makati City and Quezon City. See the complete details of Jiro’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


8. SABROSO’S LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Masarap even without sauce, very tender and tasty, highly recommended” — Eleanor


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Laman (meat) PhP760/kilo, ulo (head) PhP350/kilo, paa (feet) PhP250/kilo. In Sabroso’s Lechon, walang tapon (nothing goes to waste).


Western Visayas’s version of lechon is represented by Sabroso’s Lechon. They say that their incredibly flavorful lechon is the result of choosing only quality free-range native pig. They deliver one whole lechon or per kilo.

Prices: 7 kilos good for 20-25 persons at PhP6,000; 20 to 21 kilos good for 80-100 persons at PhP9,000.

Branches: Rodriguez Avenue and Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. See the complete details of Sabroso’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


7. CNT LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The CnT Lechon has deep brown skin and succulent white meat.


CnT Lechon has been making Cebuanos happy and proud for 20 years already. They have free delivery within Cebu City only but for those who want to bring a box outside Cebu island for pasalubong, they have special packaging for their lechon for air freight.

Prices: PhP4,000.00 approximately good for 13-15persons, PhP6,000.00 approximately good for 40-45 persons. Additional charge for packing for air freight is PhP65.00 per lechon.

Branches: See the complete details of CnT Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


6. PING PING LECHON


Voters Comments:
“Classic na to!” – Lawrence


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

A lechonero lines up lechon in various sizes, a rather usual scene at Ping Ping and other La Loma lechon houses.


Before Cebu gained popularity for its lechon, La Loma in Quezon City has been dubbed as the lechon capital of the Philippines for many years already. Hailing from this place is Ping Ping Lechon. They take pride in having one of the biggest lechon restaurants in La Loma. Ping Ping is also known for having the best liver sauce to be paired with their lechon.

Prices: Regular size is 8 kilos good for 40 persons, PhP4,500.00; jumbo size is 24 to 25 kilos good for 140 persons, PhP9,500.00.

Branches: La Loma, Quezon City and Blumentritt, Manila. See the complete details of Ping Ping Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


5. MILA’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The even, reddish-brown skin of Mila’s lechon appeals so much to the senses.


This La Loma-homegrown lechon house has bagged the Best Lechon Maker award several times since 1973. Mila’s Lechon is the only one in the list that breeds and raises their own native hogs to ensure the best quality lechon they can produce.

Having been in the business for more 50 years, they are now experts in providing catering services as well, and can even roast the lechon in your chosen venue, if suitable for setting up a grill, while you wait.

Prices: Small good for 20 persons is PhP5,200, big good for 80 persons is PhP8,000; lechon baka good for 180 persons is PhP38,600.

Branches: La Loma and West Triangle, Quezon City . See the complete details of Mila’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


4. ZUBUCHON


Voter’s Comments:
“My #1 Lechon” – Jack
“Crispy and juicy” – Bea


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Boneless Zubuchon Lechon Medium Platter costs PhP330.


Zubuchon’s lechon is another pride of Cebuanos especially after it was named the “best pig ever” by famous American chef, author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain. Their pigs are sourced from backyard raisers all over Cebu province that’s why their lechon have more meat and less fat. They also use only local, organic ingredients for flavoring, and do not use any msg at all. They also prick the pig’s skin and spray it with fresh coconut water for a crispy and brown lechon skin.

For orders, contact their staff, Yolly, through zubufoods@gmail.com or at 09776278487 / 032-2547342.

Prices: Small good for 20-25 persons at PhP4,900 in Cebu & PhP6,500 in Manila; Medium good for 25-30 persons at PhP5,900 (Cebu price) & PhP7,800 (Manila price)

Branches: Pueblo Verde Basak, Lapu-lapu City; City Soho Mall, B. Rodriguez St.; Mactan Cebu International Airport; Mactan Marina Mall, Lapu-lapu City; One Mango Avenue, Gen. Maxilom Avenue; The Walk IT Park, Lahug, Escario Central, Escario Street. See the complete details of Zubuchon Branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


3. GENERAL’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“D Best” – Mark
“Ang sarap ng balat, #lechoncravingsatisfieddito” – Arianne Kim


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The original General Lechon’s Negros-style


General’s Lechon was opened in 2007 with the purpose of bringing the lechon San Carlos, Negros Occidental style to Manila. Their lechon has “a brassy golden reddish brown crispy skin” and juicy meat. Infused with secret spices different from those typically used in lechon, General’s Lechon has been praised by food critics as having a “merry mix of Balinese and Davaoeno flavors.” Customers can choose from original, garlic, chilli garlic, and curry flavors.

You can place and pick up your orders at Dasmariñas, Makati City branch. Delivery service is also available with charge depending on the location.

Prices: Small original (8.5-10kgs, good for 12-15 persons) PhP6,700; Medium original (13.5-15kgs, good for 30-40 persons) PhP8,200; Jumbo original (26-30kgs, good for 70-80 persons) PhP9,900. Add PhP300 to PhP500 for flavors.

Branch: 2nd floor Petron Dasmarinas Village, Edsa corner Arnaiz, Makati City (Pasay Road)
Contact Nos.: (+632)821-5437, (+63917)853-2466, (+632)266-4170, (+632)966-5099, (+63917)553-0600.


2. LYDIA’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“I found it tasty and delicious. I enjoyed eating it and craving more to eat it again.” – Rizza Eloisa Marie C. Dy
“It's very famous in our place” – Sol
“Delicious lechon in town” – Cindy


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Famous for its fresh, Cebu-style flavour but with less grease on the skin


Having been serving lechon for 51 years, Lydia’s Lechon started humbly as a small stall selling slices of lechon just outside the Our Lady of Sorrows Church in F.B. Harrison St., Pasay City. Aside from their Cebu-style lechon, they are also popular for their boneless lechon stuffed with seafood paella. Lechon baka is also available which each piece weighing 100 to 120 kilos and can serve 150 to 160 persons. Selling for PhP40,500, one lechon baka order comes with free 1 whole lechon de leche.

Customers can order online via Lydia’s Lechon website. Reheating and delivery charges are included in Metro Manila prices. Additional PhP3,000 charge apply for deliveries in Bulacan, Pampanga, Cavite, and Batangas Area.

Prices: 9-10 kilos good for 25 to 30 persons cost PhP6,800 (with paella PhP9,300), 27-30 kilos good for 90-100 persons, PhP 12,800 (with paella PhP16,800)

Branches: They now have 9 restaurants, 14 stations in food courts, and 1 kiosk all over Metro Manila and Luzon. See Lydia’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


1. ELAR’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“Crispy ang balat” – Derrick Matthew
“Consistent” – Kaye
“The best in town. Our choice for special occasions” – Don gonZales
“Mouthwatering meat and crispy skin” – Czarinah Mae
“Super sarap and crispylicious...” – Caitlyn Mari
“The best lechon than in Cebu...” – Cherry Libunao


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The orangey skin of Elar’s Lechon is a familiar sight in Filipino tables.


The No. 1 place in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Best Lechon goes to Elar’s Lechon! Special-mentioned in CNN’s article 50 dishes that define the Philippines, Elar’s Lechon naturally comes to mind when talking about the best lechon in Metro Manila. With its slogan “Fiesta in your Mouth! Best Tasting Lechon in the Metro!,” hundreds of positive comments at their Facebook page and other dining websites, plus garnering the top votes and most number of comments in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Survey, Elar’s Lechon rightfully deserves to be No. 1.

Inquiries and orders are done via their Facebook page Monday to Friday, from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM or by calling them at (+632)731-7551 to 52 or (+632)732-4116. All orders from December 8, 2016 to January 15, 2017 are for pickup only.

Prices: Smallest size is at 15 kilos (live weight) good for 20 to 25 persons for PhP6,200; biggest is 50 kilos for 80 to 100 kilos for PhP9,500

Branches: See complete details of Elar’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


The best time to place your orders is now as most of these lechon houses will get their hands full once the first week of December sets in. But don’t forget to be careful when placing your orders online. Ask friends for recommendation and check customer reviews online as well. Make sure that you get the best lechon on time and for the right price.


Got any shout out for your most favorite lechon ever? Feel free to share them at the comments section!


Results are based on the Top 10 Best Lechon survey posted at the home page of ShoppersGuide.com.ph from October 18 to November 15, 2016.

Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Please contact the aforementioned stores to confirm serving size and prices.

Images are from the Facebook pages and official websites of featured stores.


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Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

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November 22, 2016

Top 10 Best Lechon in the Philippines 2016

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Lechon—It is not surprising that any Filipino will have a fair share of stories to tell about this well-loved whole pig roasted dish. It is a delicacy symbolizing prosperity that is present in most Filipino tables during the best occasions in life: fiestas, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries. But aside from these momentous celebrations where the lechon is present, it can be said that it’s the crispy and gleaming skin, the juicy and flavorful meat and fat, and the glorious combination of crunchy, soft, and smooth textures of lechon that make it so memorable in any Filipino’s heart, mind, and tongue.

Now that Christmas season is here, it is time again to welcome lechon in our homes and tummies. ShoppersGuide has recently conducted the Top 10 Best Lechon 2016 survey and we now bring you the results so you can choose where to get your lechon for your Noche Buena and Media Noche too!


10. CEBU LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Crispy and juicy” - Gretchen Marcelo


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Cebu's Ayer Lechon has moved at the North Wing Pre-terminal, Domestic Departure Area, Mactan Airport, Cebu in August 2016.


While there is no particular store called Cebu Lechon, several voters named Cebu lechon as their favorite lechon! The popularity of this gourmet roasted pig from Cebu grew even more as lechon stores boasting Cebu-style lechon open in Manila. Meanwhile, Cebu lechon stores such as Rico’s Lechon, Zubuchon, and Ayer Lechon opened branches near or inside Mactan Airport in Cebu allowing tourists to bring lechon home for pasalubong.


9. JIRO’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Jiro’s Lechon roasting over charcoal


Jiro's Lechon boasts of serving native lechon blended with herbs and spices. It comes with special gravy and free dinuguan (pork blood stew) upon request. They also deliver whole lechon baka (roasted calf). Service charge is free within Metro Manila.

Prices: 6 to 7 kilos good for 25 persons is PhP4,000; 22 kilos good for 120 persons is PhP10,000

Branches: Makati City and Quezon City. See the complete details of Jiro’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


8. SABROSO’S LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Masarap even without sauce, very tender and tasty, highly recommended” — Eleanor


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Laman (meat) PhP760/kilo, ulo (head) PhP350/kilo, paa (feet) PhP250/kilo. In Sabroso’s Lechon, walang tapon (nothing goes to waste).


Western Visayas’s version of lechon is represented by Sabroso’s Lechon. They say that their incredibly flavorful lechon is the result of choosing only quality free-range native pig. They deliver one whole lechon or per kilo.

Prices: 7 kilos good for 20-25 persons at PhP6,000; 20 to 21 kilos good for 80-100 persons at PhP9,000.

Branches: Rodriguez Avenue and Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. See the complete details of Sabroso’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


7. CNT LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The CnT Lechon has deep brown skin and succulent white meat.


CnT Lechon has been making Cebuanos happy and proud for 20 years already. They have free delivery within Cebu City only but for those who want to bring a box outside Cebu island for pasalubong, they have special packaging for their lechon for air freight.

Prices: PhP4,000.00 approximately good for 13-15persons, PhP6,000.00 approximately good for 40-45 persons. Additional charge for packing for air freight is PhP65.00 per lechon.

Branches: See the complete details of CnT Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


6. PING PING LECHON


Voters Comments:
“Classic na to!” – Lawrence


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

A lechonero lines up lechon in various sizes, a rather usual scene at Ping Ping and other La Loma lechon houses.


Before Cebu gained popularity for its lechon, La Loma in Quezon City has been dubbed as the lechon capital of the Philippines for many years already. Hailing from this place is Ping Ping Lechon. They take pride in having one of the biggest lechon restaurants in La Loma. Ping Ping is also known for having the best liver sauce to be paired with their lechon.

Prices: Regular size is 8 kilos good for 40 persons, PhP4,500.00; jumbo size is 24 to 25 kilos good for 140 persons, PhP9,500.00.

Branches: La Loma, Quezon City and Blumentritt, Manila. See the complete details of Ping Ping Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


5. MILA’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The even, reddish-brown skin of Mila’s lechon appeals so much to the senses.


This La Loma-homegrown lechon house has bagged the Best Lechon Maker award several times since 1973. Mila’s Lechon is the only one in the list that breeds and raises their own native hogs to ensure the best quality lechon they can produce.

Having been in the business for more 50 years, they are now experts in providing catering services as well, and can even roast the lechon in your chosen venue, if suitable for setting up a grill, while you wait.

Prices: Small good for 20 persons is PhP5,200, big good for 80 persons is PhP8,000; lechon baka good for 180 persons is PhP38,600.

Branches: La Loma and West Triangle, Quezon City . See the complete details of Mila’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


4. ZUBUCHON


Voter’s Comments:
“My #1 Lechon” – Jack
“Crispy and juicy” – Bea


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Boneless Zubuchon Lechon Medium Platter costs PhP330.


Zubuchon’s lechon is another pride of Cebuanos especially after it was named the “best pig ever” by famous American chef, author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain. Their pigs are sourced from backyard raisers all over Cebu province that’s why their lechon have more meat and less fat. They also use only local, organic ingredients for flavoring, and do not use any msg at all. They also prick the pig’s skin and spray it with fresh coconut water for a crispy and brown lechon skin.

For orders, contact their staff, Yolly, through zubufoods@gmail.com or at 09776278487 / 032-2547342.

Prices: Small good for 20-25 persons at PhP4,900 in Cebu & PhP6,500 in Manila; Medium good for 25-30 persons at PhP5,900 (Cebu price) & PhP7,800 (Manila price)

Branches: Pueblo Verde Basak, Lapu-lapu City; City Soho Mall, B. Rodriguez St.; Mactan Cebu International Airport; Mactan Marina Mall, Lapu-lapu City; One Mango Avenue, Gen. Maxilom Avenue; The Walk IT Park, Lahug, Escario Central, Escario Street. See the complete details of Zubuchon Branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


3. GENERAL’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“D Best” – Mark
“Ang sarap ng balat, #lechoncravingsatisfieddito” – Arianne Kim


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The original General Lechon’s Negros-style


General’s Lechon was opened in 2007 with the purpose of bringing the lechon San Carlos, Negros Occidental style to Manila. Their lechon has “a brassy golden reddish brown crispy skin” and juicy meat. Infused with secret spices different from those typically used in lechon, General’s Lechon has been praised by food critics as having a “merry mix of Balinese and Davaoeno flavors.” Customers can choose from original, garlic, chilli garlic, and curry flavors.

You can place and pick up your orders at Dasmariñas, Makati City branch. Delivery service is also available with charge depending on the location.

Prices: Small original (8.5-10kgs, good for 12-15 persons) PhP6,700; Medium original (13.5-15kgs, good for 30-40 persons) PhP8,200; Jumbo original (26-30kgs, good for 70-80 persons) PhP9,900. Add PhP300 to PhP500 for flavors.

Branch: 2nd floor Petron Dasmarinas Village, Edsa corner Arnaiz, Makati City (Pasay Road)
Contact Nos.: (+632)821-5437, (+63917)853-2466, (+632)266-4170, (+632)966-5099, (+63917)553-0600.


2. LYDIA’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“I found it tasty and delicious. I enjoyed eating it and craving more to eat it again.” – Rizza Eloisa Marie C. Dy
“It's very famous in our place” – Sol
“Delicious lechon in town” – Cindy


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Famous for its fresh, Cebu-style flavour but with less grease on the skin


Having been serving lechon for 51 years, Lydia’s Lechon started humbly as a small stall selling slices of lechon just outside the Our Lady of Sorrows Church in F.B. Harrison St., Pasay City. Aside from their Cebu-style lechon, they are also popular for their boneless lechon stuffed with seafood paella. Lechon baka is also available which each piece weighing 100 to 120 kilos and can serve 150 to 160 persons. Selling for PhP40,500, one lechon baka order comes with free 1 whole lechon de leche.

Customers can order online via Lydia’s Lechon website. Reheating and delivery charges are included in Metro Manila prices. Additional PhP3,000 charge apply for deliveries in Bulacan, Pampanga, Cavite, and Batangas Area.

Prices: 9-10 kilos good for 25 to 30 persons cost PhP6,800 (with paella PhP9,300), 27-30 kilos good for 90-100 persons, PhP 12,800 (with paella PhP16,800)

Branches: They now have 9 restaurants, 14 stations in food courts, and 1 kiosk all over Metro Manila and Luzon. See Lydia’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


1. ELAR’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“Crispy ang balat” – Derrick Matthew
“Consistent” – Kaye
“The best in town. Our choice for special occasions” – Don gonZales
“Mouthwatering meat and crispy skin” – Czarinah Mae
“Super sarap and crispylicious...” – Caitlyn Mari
“The best lechon than in Cebu...” – Cherry Libunao


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The orangey skin of Elar’s Lechon is a familiar sight in Filipino tables.


The No. 1 place in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Best Lechon goes to Elar’s Lechon! Special-mentioned in CNN’s article 50 dishes that define the Philippines, Elar’s Lechon naturally comes to mind when talking about the best lechon in Metro Manila. With its slogan “Fiesta in your Mouth! Best Tasting Lechon in the Metro!,” hundreds of positive comments at their Facebook page and other dining websites, plus garnering the top votes and most number of comments in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Survey, Elar’s Lechon rightfully deserves to be No. 1.

Inquiries and orders are done via their Facebook page Monday to Friday, from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM or by calling them at (+632)731-7551 to 52 or (+632)732-4116. All orders from December 8, 2016 to January 15, 2017 are for pickup only.

Prices: Smallest size is at 15 kilos (live weight) good for 20 to 25 persons for PhP6,200; biggest is 50 kilos for 80 to 100 kilos for PhP9,500

Branches: See complete details of Elar’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


The best time to place your orders is now as most of these lechon houses will get their hands full once the first week of December sets in. But don’t forget to be careful when placing your orders online. Ask friends for recommendation and check customer reviews online as well. Make sure that you get the best lechon on time and for the right price.


Got any shout out for your most favorite lechon ever? Feel free to share them at the comments section!


Results are based on the Top 10 Best Lechon survey posted at the home page of ShoppersGuide.com.ph from October 18 to November 15, 2016.

Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Please contact the aforementioned stores to confirm serving size and prices.

Images are from the Facebook pages and official websites of featured stores.


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Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

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Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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November 22, 2016

Top 10 Best Lechon in the Philippines 2016

Find out if your favorite lechon made the cut!

Lechon—It is not surprising that any Filipino will have a fair share of stories to tell about this well-loved whole pig roasted dish. It is a delicacy symbolizing prosperity that is present in most Filipino tables during the best occasions in life: fiestas, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries. But aside from these momentous celebrations where the lechon is present, it can be said that it’s the crispy and gleaming skin, the juicy and flavorful meat and fat, and the glorious combination of crunchy, soft, and smooth textures of lechon that make it so memorable in any Filipino’s heart, mind, and tongue.

Now that Christmas season is here, it is time again to welcome lechon in our homes and tummies. ShoppersGuide has recently conducted the Top 10 Best Lechon 2016 survey and we now bring you the results so you can choose where to get your lechon for your Noche Buena and Media Noche too!


10. CEBU LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Crispy and juicy” - Gretchen Marcelo


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Cebu's Ayer Lechon has moved at the North Wing Pre-terminal, Domestic Departure Area, Mactan Airport, Cebu in August 2016.


While there is no particular store called Cebu Lechon, several voters named Cebu lechon as their favorite lechon! The popularity of this gourmet roasted pig from Cebu grew even more as lechon stores boasting Cebu-style lechon open in Manila. Meanwhile, Cebu lechon stores such as Rico’s Lechon, Zubuchon, and Ayer Lechon opened branches near or inside Mactan Airport in Cebu allowing tourists to bring lechon home for pasalubong.


9. JIRO’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Jiro’s Lechon roasting over charcoal


Jiro's Lechon boasts of serving native lechon blended with herbs and spices. It comes with special gravy and free dinuguan (pork blood stew) upon request. They also deliver whole lechon baka (roasted calf). Service charge is free within Metro Manila.

Prices: 6 to 7 kilos good for 25 persons is PhP4,000; 22 kilos good for 120 persons is PhP10,000

Branches: Makati City and Quezon City. See the complete details of Jiro’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


8. SABROSO’S LECHON


Voter’s Comment:
“Masarap even without sauce, very tender and tasty, highly recommended” — Eleanor


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Laman (meat) PhP760/kilo, ulo (head) PhP350/kilo, paa (feet) PhP250/kilo. In Sabroso’s Lechon, walang tapon (nothing goes to waste).


Western Visayas’s version of lechon is represented by Sabroso’s Lechon. They say that their incredibly flavorful lechon is the result of choosing only quality free-range native pig. They deliver one whole lechon or per kilo.

Prices: 7 kilos good for 20-25 persons at PhP6,000; 20 to 21 kilos good for 80-100 persons at PhP9,000.

Branches: Rodriguez Avenue and Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. See the complete details of Sabroso’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


7. CNT LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The CnT Lechon has deep brown skin and succulent white meat.


CnT Lechon has been making Cebuanos happy and proud for 20 years already. They have free delivery within Cebu City only but for those who want to bring a box outside Cebu island for pasalubong, they have special packaging for their lechon for air freight.

Prices: PhP4,000.00 approximately good for 13-15persons, PhP6,000.00 approximately good for 40-45 persons. Additional charge for packing for air freight is PhP65.00 per lechon.

Branches: See the complete details of CnT Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


6. PING PING LECHON


Voters Comments:
“Classic na to!” – Lawrence


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

A lechonero lines up lechon in various sizes, a rather usual scene at Ping Ping and other La Loma lechon houses.


Before Cebu gained popularity for its lechon, La Loma in Quezon City has been dubbed as the lechon capital of the Philippines for many years already. Hailing from this place is Ping Ping Lechon. They take pride in having one of the biggest lechon restaurants in La Loma. Ping Ping is also known for having the best liver sauce to be paired with their lechon.

Prices: Regular size is 8 kilos good for 40 persons, PhP4,500.00; jumbo size is 24 to 25 kilos good for 140 persons, PhP9,500.00.

Branches: La Loma, Quezon City and Blumentritt, Manila. See the complete details of Ping Ping Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


5. MILA’S LECHON



top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The even, reddish-brown skin of Mila’s lechon appeals so much to the senses.


This La Loma-homegrown lechon house has bagged the Best Lechon Maker award several times since 1973. Mila’s Lechon is the only one in the list that breeds and raises their own native hogs to ensure the best quality lechon they can produce.

Having been in the business for more 50 years, they are now experts in providing catering services as well, and can even roast the lechon in your chosen venue, if suitable for setting up a grill, while you wait.

Prices: Small good for 20 persons is PhP5,200, big good for 80 persons is PhP8,000; lechon baka good for 180 persons is PhP38,600.

Branches: La Loma and West Triangle, Quezon City . See the complete details of Mila’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


4. ZUBUCHON


Voter’s Comments:
“My #1 Lechon” – Jack
“Crispy and juicy” – Bea


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Boneless Zubuchon Lechon Medium Platter costs PhP330.


Zubuchon’s lechon is another pride of Cebuanos especially after it was named the “best pig ever” by famous American chef, author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain. Their pigs are sourced from backyard raisers all over Cebu province that’s why their lechon have more meat and less fat. They also use only local, organic ingredients for flavoring, and do not use any msg at all. They also prick the pig’s skin and spray it with fresh coconut water for a crispy and brown lechon skin.

For orders, contact their staff, Yolly, through zubufoods@gmail.com or at 09776278487 / 032-2547342.

Prices: Small good for 20-25 persons at PhP4,900 in Cebu & PhP6,500 in Manila; Medium good for 25-30 persons at PhP5,900 (Cebu price) & PhP7,800 (Manila price)

Branches: Pueblo Verde Basak, Lapu-lapu City; City Soho Mall, B. Rodriguez St.; Mactan Cebu International Airport; Mactan Marina Mall, Lapu-lapu City; One Mango Avenue, Gen. Maxilom Avenue; The Walk IT Park, Lahug, Escario Central, Escario Street. See the complete details of Zubuchon Branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


3. GENERAL’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“D Best” – Mark
“Ang sarap ng balat, #lechoncravingsatisfieddito” – Arianne Kim


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The original General Lechon’s Negros-style


General’s Lechon was opened in 2007 with the purpose of bringing the lechon San Carlos, Negros Occidental style to Manila. Their lechon has “a brassy golden reddish brown crispy skin” and juicy meat. Infused with secret spices different from those typically used in lechon, General’s Lechon has been praised by food critics as having a “merry mix of Balinese and Davaoeno flavors.” Customers can choose from original, garlic, chilli garlic, and curry flavors.

You can place and pick up your orders at Dasmariñas, Makati City branch. Delivery service is also available with charge depending on the location.

Prices: Small original (8.5-10kgs, good for 12-15 persons) PhP6,700; Medium original (13.5-15kgs, good for 30-40 persons) PhP8,200; Jumbo original (26-30kgs, good for 70-80 persons) PhP9,900. Add PhP300 to PhP500 for flavors.

Branch: 2nd floor Petron Dasmarinas Village, Edsa corner Arnaiz, Makati City (Pasay Road)
Contact Nos.: (+632)821-5437, (+63917)853-2466, (+632)266-4170, (+632)966-5099, (+63917)553-0600.


2. LYDIA’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“I found it tasty and delicious. I enjoyed eating it and craving more to eat it again.” – Rizza Eloisa Marie C. Dy
“It's very famous in our place” – Sol
“Delicious lechon in town” – Cindy


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

Famous for its fresh, Cebu-style flavour but with less grease on the skin


Having been serving lechon for 51 years, Lydia’s Lechon started humbly as a small stall selling slices of lechon just outside the Our Lady of Sorrows Church in F.B. Harrison St., Pasay City. Aside from their Cebu-style lechon, they are also popular for their boneless lechon stuffed with seafood paella. Lechon baka is also available which each piece weighing 100 to 120 kilos and can serve 150 to 160 persons. Selling for PhP40,500, one lechon baka order comes with free 1 whole lechon de leche.

Customers can order online via Lydia’s Lechon website. Reheating and delivery charges are included in Metro Manila prices. Additional PhP3,000 charge apply for deliveries in Bulacan, Pampanga, Cavite, and Batangas Area.

Prices: 9-10 kilos good for 25 to 30 persons cost PhP6,800 (with paella PhP9,300), 27-30 kilos good for 90-100 persons, PhP 12,800 (with paella PhP16,800)

Branches: They now have 9 restaurants, 14 stations in food courts, and 1 kiosk all over Metro Manila and Luzon. See Lydia’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


1. ELAR’S LECHON


Voters’ Comments:
“Crispy ang balat” – Derrick Matthew
“Consistent” – Kaye
“The best in town. Our choice for special occasions” – Don gonZales
“Mouthwatering meat and crispy skin” – Czarinah Mae
“Super sarap and crispylicious...” – Caitlyn Mari
“The best lechon than in Cebu...” – Cherry Libunao


top lechon in the Philippines 2016

The orangey skin of Elar’s Lechon is a familiar sight in Filipino tables.


The No. 1 place in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Best Lechon goes to Elar’s Lechon! Special-mentioned in CNN’s article 50 dishes that define the Philippines, Elar’s Lechon naturally comes to mind when talking about the best lechon in Metro Manila. With its slogan “Fiesta in your Mouth! Best Tasting Lechon in the Metro!,” hundreds of positive comments at their Facebook page and other dining websites, plus garnering the top votes and most number of comments in ShoppersGuide’s Top 10 Survey, Elar’s Lechon rightfully deserves to be No. 1.

Inquiries and orders are done via their Facebook page Monday to Friday, from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM or by calling them at (+632)731-7551 to 52 or (+632)732-4116. All orders from December 8, 2016 to January 15, 2017 are for pickup only.

Prices: Smallest size is at 15 kilos (live weight) good for 20 to 25 persons for PhP6,200; biggest is 50 kilos for 80 to 100 kilos for PhP9,500

Branches: See complete details of Elar’s Lechon branches at the ShoppersGuide Directory.


The best time to place your orders is now as most of these lechon houses will get their hands full once the first week of December sets in. But don’t forget to be careful when placing your orders online. Ask friends for recommendation and check customer reviews online as well. Make sure that you get the best lechon on time and for the right price.


Got any shout out for your most favorite lechon ever? Feel free to share them at the comments section!


Results are based on the Top 10 Best Lechon survey posted at the home page of ShoppersGuide.com.ph from October 18 to November 15, 2016.

Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Please contact the aforementioned stores to confirm serving size and prices.

Images are from the Facebook pages and official websites of featured stores.


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Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

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Lovelle is a former Editorial Consultant at Shoppersguide.com.ph. On weekends, she is usually busy cooking new recipes, dining with friends, immersing herself on a new hobby, or shopping with her mom. A business and education blogger, Lovelle wishes that all companies in the world become earth-friendly, social enterprises (businesses with a social purpose) with good health programs for its employees.

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