by Elaine Canicosa
Filipinos love Lechon, whether it’s Lechon Baboy, Manok, or Baka. When Andok’s came out with their lechon baka a couple of months ago, the whole country went wild. It’s been the talk of the town, with many claiming it’s worth the hype. If you’re looking for a perfect handa, a substitute for Lechon Baboy or Manok, or just want to try it, we got you! Read on to find out where to buy lechon baka and satisfy that craving.
Kuya J’s Restaurant
Kuya J’s has a fantastic selection of Filipino cuisine, including Lechon Baka. Their Lechon Baka is covered in thick BBQ sauce and costs P1,295 for a full slab and P485 for a half-slab. You can have it delivered by ordering via Central Delivery.
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Mila’s take on Lechon Baka is also worth a try. It’s ideal for small groups or as a tasty supper to share with your family. Their Lechon Baka is roasted and served with a special black sauce and gravy. It can feed 5-8 people at only P1,999 per kilo.
Ben’s Lechon Baka
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If you’re in Bulacan, check out Ben’s Lechon Baka, which 1 kilo for P2,000, 1/2 kilo for P1,000, and 1/4 kilo for P500.
For orders, you may contact them on these numbers: 09179292972 (Globe) or 09610967191 (Smart).
Borzoi’s Lechon Baka
Located at South Cembo, Makati, Borzoi’s Lechon Baka has been serving up the stuff since 2017. Their Lechon Baka comes at affordable prices: Afforda-chon P1100 (good for 3 to 5 pax), Barkada-chon P1988 (good for 5 to 10 pax), Fiesta-chon P2958 (good for 10 to 15 pax), and Lechon Baka Rice Toppings for P189
Rico’s Lechon has a good and affordable Lechon Baka that you can enjoy. For only Php 350.00, the Original Beef Junior Size is good enough for 1-2 people. The Fiesta Size for Php 1,350.00 is good for 6-8 people! If you want the Spicy variety, the Junior Size starts at Php 380.00 and the Fiesta Size is Php 1,460.00!
Rico’s Lechon is located at Tiendesita’s, BGC, and UP Town Center. For delivery and order message them directly on their Facebook account.
Vaflor’s Lechon Baka
Vaflor’s Lechon Baka is another store in Bulacan where you can get Lechon Baka that’s perfect for celebrations. 1 kilo can serve 8-10 people for P1,500, whereas 1/2 kilo can serve 4-5 people for P800.
For orders and inquiries, you can contact them via call, text, or message them on Facebook.
Ellie’s Roasted Calf
Ellie Roasted Calf’s Lechon Baka is available for delivery or pick-up at Fairview. The frozen ready-to-heat vacuum pack sells at P1,000 while their gourmet platter costs P1,500. You may contact them on Instagram and through Viber or SMS: 09178115789 or 09178569871.
Andok’s started the Lechon Baka craze when they introduced their new product Lechon Baka in May. It’s easy to see why it got so popular: it’s reasonably priced (each order costs just P350) and they’ve got stores all over the country! To find a branch near you, visit their official website.
This article was republished with permission from 8List.ph. Minor edits have been made for Bitesized.ph.