Being a food lover and a Filipino by heart and by soul, I know for a fact that a feast or a celebration in our country will never be complete without a lechon. Yes, a Lechón.
Lechón is a pork dish in several regions of the world, most specifically Spain and its former colonial possessions throughout the world. The word lechón originated from the Spanish term lechón, referring to a suckling pig that is roasted. And wait, Lechón may look odd for those who see it the first time but hey! Don’t judge a book by its cover because this dish will just prove you wrong.
And speaking of Lechón, there is only one Lechón House in Cebu known for its delectable taste – Rico’s Lechon. Even celebrities can attest that their lechon is purely the best!
And because of their passion and dedication to provide the Cebuanos the lechon that we truly deserve, they have expanded. They now have branches in Mactan Promenade, F. Cabahug St, and at Archbishop Reyes Avenue Cebu City. And just on our third day (28-August-2016) of the Food Crawl, Rico himself invited us to their new commissary opening in Talamban, Cebu City.
Truly, Rico’s Lechon will serve you with lechon that will penetrate into the deepest part of your tastebuds! And trust me, I am not kidding! Their price is right, their restaurants are on point, and of course, their lechon is superb! And wait! Have I mentioned that they serve “Spicy” Lechon? Yes, they serve one and if I am not mistaken, they are the first. So, plus points for that!
I seriously cannot wait for you to share your Rico’s Lechon experience with me. Leave your comments in the comment box below and let’s exchange our thoughts about it!