“So crunchy and so delicious!! Masarap pampulatan kapag may inuman. Affordable pa at kahit walang sauce masarap kainin :D” - Mhar Justine Ornido
“Malinamnam at noot sa sarap sa bawat kagat !!” - Richard
“Masarap kahit walang sauce !! :D” - Dominador Balasabas
The title of this year’s best lechon goes to Mila’s Lechon. (Images: L, Mila’s Lechon Facebook Page; R, @milaslechonpasig)
-maker on top of this year’s list is Mila’s Lechon
. Established in the 60’s by husband-and-wife tandem Serafin and Antonina Cesario, Mila’s Lechon became famous for its lechon’s
crispy skin. From the first store in La Loma, Quezon City, it now has a total of eight branches and also offers catering services.
Mila’s lechon baboy ranges in price from PhP4,400 to PhP11,500 while the lechon baka starts at PhP30,000 and can go as high as PhP38,000. You may visit their Facebook page (milaslechonphilippines) or website (milaslechon.com.ph) for more details.
Did your favorite lechon-maker get into our list? Which lechon do you like most? Let us know in the comments section below!
Results are based on the Lechon in the Philippines 2017 Poll posted at the home page of ShoppersGuide.com.ph from October 23 to October 29, 2017.
Prices may vary without prior notice.