Wednesday, September 10, 2014

One Valenzuela Food Trip: Jhun Native Lechon on the Table

One Valenzuela thinks that many Valenzuelanos would agree that having a lechon in an event makes it even more special. By Filipino tradition, it is commonly believed that a delicious roasted pig is the star of a joyous celebration's feast.  
Here's the lechon still warm and all wrapped up. 
The roasted pig shown above is from Jhun's and it costs Php5,700 (25 kilos of lechon goodness!). It comes with free dinuguan and sarsa (lechon sauce). Hubby asked Jhun's to chop it already since Max's cuts the lechon in their kitchen and already serves the pieces in plates (Note: Max's has a corkage fee of Php500 for lechon). Seeing a whole lechon on a table is better. Other than the "Whoa, may lechon!" factor, you also get to choose what part you want to eat. 
A Max's crew member prepares the lechon on the table.
An invited friend told One Valenzuela that the lechon meat was really tasty. And with the overflowing good food by Max's, One Valenzuela was even able to bring home some lechon which she cooked with pepper, sugar, and Mang Tomas. Guests also took some pabalot too in several plastic bags. Yey, lechon paksiw for everyone!
This mouth watering lechon is now ready for the feast!
Just want to end your lechon craving and do not need a whole one? You can visit Jhun's at South Supermarket Valenzuela. Their stall offers lechon, lechon paksiw, and dinuguan together with hot rice. 

Jhun Native Lechon
Proprietor: Alberto Fernandez Jr.
Address: South Supermarket Valenzuela (food court area) Brgy. Karuhatan, Valenzuela City
Contact Numbers: (02)385-2733 (South Supermarket) / (02)445-0354, (02)496-9423, and (02)440-0447 (Office) / (0920)422-9339 (mobile phone)
Note: Information taken from the official receipt and business card.
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What do you like the most- lechon, lechon paksiw, or dinuguan?
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