This is my first time to try Zubuchon lechon right in one of their restaurants in cebu, I have only tried Zubuchon lechon twice before but it was always the frozen ones brought home by friends. I already loved the frozen ones but the fresh ones at the restaurants were even better. We ordered 1/2 kilo for two of us and we couldn't even finish it. There was a lot of meat, and it was quite tender. I was surprised that it barely had any bones, the order was really worth it. Of course, I also loved the taste and flavor (Cebu style), combined with their vinegar mixture they have. Aside from lechon, we ordered the fried rice with pork, seaweed platter, sotanghon and the crispy pancake made of tiny fishes - forgot the name. Seaweed platter was ok, although I only liked the lato type- they had 3 types of seaweed/seaweed flavored noodle in the platter. The crispy fish cake was really nice, extra crispy yet not oily.
The only thing we weren't able to have it the Kamias Shake. They ran out :-( Instead I tried the Kalamansi-Honey shake which was refreshing and not too sweet. It blended well with the lechon meal :-)
Our waiter was quite friendly and jolly. When we asked him to take out photo, he gladly obliged and even suggested to take the photo when all the food comes. He obviously knows what people like in their photos, haha.
We went at around 2pm so the place wasn't jampacked but still a lot of patrons, so it was more relaxing than I expected. The place was clean.
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