Tolits Lechon House is the home of the Best Lechon in Cavite. Kabitenyos can now experience Cebu Style Native Lechon without going to Cebu!
What’s a Lechon Baboy?
Lechon Baboy is a Filipino dish for roasted pig. It is roasted on a low hot fire over charcoal. Most people say that Cebu is the best lechon because the first lechon was made in Cebu in the 1920s. The first-ever lechoneros came from Talisay, Cebu. Lechon is usually served on Christmas, birthdays, and town fiestas.
3 Reasons to Try Tolit’s Lechon
1. Crispy Skin
Most Filipinos are excited to eat lechon baboy because of its crispy skin. Tolit’s Lechon will never fail you. I love that it’s really crunchy!
2. Juicy Meat
Although I love Mang Tomas lechon sauce, I must say that the juicy meat of their lechon can stand alone. The special herbs and spices inside the lechon made it really tasty.
It is so tasty, we cooked Lechon Paksiw the next morning!
3. Value for Money
They sell the lechon baboy per kilo. You may buy one kilo of it for as low as 1,000 pesos.
|Live Weight||Estimated Pax||Price|
|15 kg||good for 20 – 25 pax||8,000|
|20 kg||good for 25 – 30 pax||8,600|
|25 kg||good for 30 – 40 pax||9,500|
|30 kg||good for 40 – 60 pax||10,700|
|35 kg||good for 60 – 70 pax||12,000|
|40 kg||good for 70 – 90 pax||13,200|
|45 kg||good for 90 – 100 pax||14,500|
|50 kg||good for 100 – 110 pax||15,500|
Guests from Teus Farm and River Stone Resort can also avail lechon baboy for a cheaper price. Just let them know ahead of time so they can prepare. They can also prepare some coconut juice and “puso”, rice wrapped in a woven pouch of coconut leaves for a great dining experience.
Where To Order?
Tolits Lechon is in front of Dexterville Homes, Malagasang 1-C 4103, Imus, Cavite. They are open from Tuesday to Sunday (8:00 AM – 6:00 PM). For inquiries and orders, you may reach them at:
- Mobile Number: 0917 405 4218 | 0935 318 6924 | 0908 305 9613
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Facebook Page: Tolit’s Lechon
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