Price Range: PhP5,300 to PhP10,500 (whole Lechon)
Branches/Kiosks and Contact Numbers:
Banilad Road – 231 7615 or 268 0327
Emall Branch (Restaurant) in Elizabeth Mall N. Bacalso St. Cebu City – 0933 3199482
Mango Branch (Restaurant) in Mango Square Mall – 266 5705
SM Branch (Restaurant) in SM City Cebu North Reclamation Area – 0922 4718604
Babag Branch (Restaurant) in Brgy. Babag 2 Cebu City – 0923 8439909
i2 Kiosk in iT Park 2nd floor i2 Bldg Apas Cebu City – 0923 7340022
Ayala Branch (Kiosk) in Ayala Central Block iT Park, Cebu City – 0922 5401123
Mak's View (Kiosk) in Transcentral Hi-way Brgy Busay Cebu City – 0923 8439909
Jcenter Branch (Kiosk) in J Center Mall, A.S. Fortuna Mandaue City – 233-4300
Airport Branch (Kiosk) in Airport Village Arrival MCIA Lapu-Lapu City – 0932 8700037
Newtown Branch (Kiosk) in Mactan Newtown Alfresco Lapu-Lapu City – 0967 3162447
The juicy meat of the lechon of Ayer’s Lechon is so invitingly delicious you can’t help but salivate just by the mere sight of it.
Image: Cebu Ayer’s Lechon
Ayer’s Lechon is among the more popular lechon places in Cebu. It also is among the more well-liked suppliers in Cebu since the scrumptiousness of their lechon lasts longer. With numerous branches all over Metro Cebu, Ayer’s has built a reputation for offering crispy lechon on the outside while remaining tender and juicy on the inside.
Ayer’s Lechon offers the regular and spicy lechon and the regular and spicy lechon belly. Half a kilo of regular lechon costs PhP350, while a kilo is PhP900. For spicy lechon, half a kilo is at PhP375, and a kilo is at PhP950.
The Cebu lechon is one sinfully-delicious delicacy you should try if you ever find yourself in the Queen City of the South.
This article was initially published in Yoorekka on November 23, 2018.
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