Don Lechon

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~$15/pax
Have an amazing gastronomic Lechon experience! Indulge in the aromatic, succulent meat, and crispy skin roasted to perfection.

511 Guillemard Road
#01-52 Grandlink Square
Singapore 399849

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Tuesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

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Only after working for 3 years around the area we find ourselves having this lip-smacking Filipino pork belly. I guess never too late?
Some might prefer the Chinese crackling skin against the flat crunchy skin of Lechon but the pork meat was absolutely delicious. An order of the Milkfish Sinigang helps balance the meat galore with a tangy stew; also the milkfish is soft but I suggest avoiding the skin that reminds you of the fish’s life form in a stale water body.

Lechon is a dish that features a whole roasted suckling pig cooked over charcoal that comprises fat and plump chunks of pork. I would say it is a thicker version of sio bak but done in Filipino style, served with a heap of rice 》$10

The crackling skin is crispy while the meat was tender and flavourful. The fat to meat ratio is good where pieces of fats melt in the mouth while the meat is firm and springy with a good bite. The accompanying sauce is another must-try. The sauce had a mix between pork liver, sugar, vinegar and spices. It was thick, peppery and flavourful with a tinge of sweetness.

Lechon is a dish that features a whole roasted suckling pig cooked over charcoal that comprises fat and plump chunks of pork. I would say it is a thicker version of sio bak but done in Filipino style, served with a heap of rice 》$10

The crackling skin is crispy while the meat was tender and flavourful. The fat to meat ratio is good where pieces of fats melt in the mouth while the meat is firm and springy with a good bite. The accompanying sauce is another must-try. The sauce had a mix between pork liver, sugar, vinegar and spices. It was thick, peppery and flavourful with a tinge of sweetness.

Veggie kare kare (ala carte) @ $5

Mixture of long beans, xiao baicai (?) and brinjal. The sauce is a bit like curry sauce but with peanut taste, quite nice!

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Bopis (ala carte) @ $13

Exotic cuz it's made in beef lungs and pig heart. Quite nice though not suitable for everyone.

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Lechon sisig (ala carte) @ $15

Classic filipino food - chopped roasted pork in butter, onions and chilli and an egg on a sizzling plate. This is quite yummy though also oily and salty. Good with rice.

There's also the rice meal option @ $11

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