Friday, January 26, 2018

Have Some Pork Love by the Kilo or Rice Bowl at The Lechon Shop by Leonardo's Lechon...

You don't have to go the whole hog for some pork love...

Leonardo's Lechon introduces its newest dining concept, The Lechon Shop, where diners can get their dose of pork love by the kilo or tasty rice bowls for a satisfying meal. Since 1947, Leonardo's Lechon has been at the heart of every Filipino celebration for generations. And now, you can indulge in even more pork love with Leonardo's Lechon's newest innovative concept with its wide offerings of tasty and savory meals...

Situated along Scout Fuentabella in Quezon City, The Lechon Shop by Leonardo's Lechon lets you enjoy all your pork cravings in a cool neighborhood joint (for more on Leonardo's Lechon and a preview on The Lechon Shop, see my post, Meanwhile, Down At The Charcoal Pits: A Preview of The Lechon Shop by Leonardo's Lechon).

Located at the former spot of 49-B Heirloom Kitchen (for more on 49-B Heirloom Kitchen, see my posts, Preserving Cherished Family Recipes at 49-B Heirloom Kitchen and Meet The Drunken Lechon by Leonardo's Lechon and Pedro Brewcrafters... on the new location of 49-B Heirloom Kitchen), you'll find a variety of pork specialties...

...from crunchy Chicharon to convenient and tasty Meals To Go like Chicken Pork Adobo (P 250), Menudo (P 250), Sweet and Sour Bola-Bola (P 250), Beef Steak (P 280), Lechon Paksiw (P 300), Bopis (P 200), Chicken Pastel (P 250), and Laing (P 150). But it's the innovative lechon dishes at The Lechon Shop that will have you coming back again and again. And you won't find these tasty and creative variations of lechon anywhere in the metro all in one place. Pick a table and enjoy some of The Lechon Shop's signature dishes like the hearty Pata Soup (P 170) with slabs of pork in a light yet flavorful broth topped with spring onions and vegetables.

The Lechon Shop's Pata Soup takes you back on a nostalgic food trip drawing inspiration from the traditional pork leg soup of old Binondo. The fork-tender pork delivers a subtle sweetness, capped by the comforting flavors of the broth. The flavors are delicate yet deep, lining your palate with the richness of the pork with every sip. This one's a personal favorite.

You've had some adobo flakes before, but have you tried the Crispy Lechon Adobo Flakes? The tender shredded lechon is deep-fried to a perfect crispness, delivering bold flavors with just a hint of saltiness that will make you go for extra rice.

Paired with steamed rice, it's a complete meal in itself. The savory shreds of pulled pork and crisp crackling presents another way of enjoying and experiencing the signature lechon from Leonardo's, and it works. Diners can also opt for the Adobo Rice Bowl (P 180) at The Lechon Shop.

Sisig? Make that Lechon Sisig with tender pork mask chopped and sliced reinventing the classic pork dish with that Leonardo's Lechon touch. The smoky notes of the lechon gives this sisig dish rich layers of flavors, and great as is. Squeeze some calamansi for even more vibrant flavors to temper the richness of the pork. 

The blend of juicy pork, crisp crackling and fatty cartilage deliver distinct flavors coming together in a seamless blend. Just perfect. Make it a real meal with The Lechon Shop's Sisig Rice Bowl (P 180).

No meal at The Lechon Shop is complete without the signature lechon of Leonardo's, and you can enjoy your traditional lechon by the kilo (1 Kg-P 850/1/2 Kg-P 425/1/4 Kg-P 215/Lechon Rice Bowl-P 200). It's traditional lechon that can only come form Leonardo's (for more on Leonardo's Lechon, see my previous posts, Leonardo's Lechon Goes Prime Time... on Leonardo's Lechon's feature on GMA-7, Just Another Day at Leonardo's Lechon... on the seasonal holiday rush at the charcoal pits, Double The Flavor: The Lechon Gallena by Leonardo's Lechon... on Leonardo's Lechon's innovative and creative variants, and A Family Affair: Leonardo's Lechon at Heirloom Kitchen on my very first encounter with the iconic lechon brand).

Cap your pork feast with dessert, like The Lechon Shop's Maja de Mais (P 15) for a sweet and indulgent finish. Other sweet treats include Puto (P 10) which pairs well with The Lechon Shop's Dinuguan, and Leche Flan (P 120). Your favorite lechon served in a variety of ways, and you'll find it here at The Lechon Shop. But if you do want to go the whole hog, no worries. Just place your order and leave the rest to The Lechon Shop.

The Lechon Shop by Leonardo's Lechon is located at 49-B Scout Tobias corner Scout Fuentabella Street, Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City or call 745-3104 for inquiries. You can also visit their FB Page at for more updates and information.

Dude for Food is now on Facebook and Instagram, check out the FB Page and IG Feed for regular updates on good eats. Better yet, click "Like" and "Follow" and enjoy the ride...just look for the FB and IG widgets on the right sidebar.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Got something to share? I'd love to hear from you...

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...