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Cebuanos, You Can Now Satisfy Your Lechon Cravings Safely

Enjoy lechon and more local delicacies thanks to House of Lechon!

By: Yoorekka Team | August 28, 2020

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Stay protected while enjoying your favorite Filipino dish with House of Lechon’s safety measures!

Images: House of Lechon Facebook Page

Bustling with mouth-watering local delicacies and specialties, restaurants in Cebu always have Cebuanos leaving the table with full bellies. When it comes to cooking, the province is known for various dishes and delicacies. One of the dishes that they are proud of and known is is lechon (roasted sucking pig), a Filipino dish that is usually the highlight in parties, weddings, and local festivals.

But one doesn’t have to be invited to a large gathering to taste the famous roasted meat because House of Lechon Cebu offers diners the appetizing experience sans the crowd. Located along Acacia Street in Kamputhaw and in three other branches across Cebu and Talisay City, the place lets Cebuanos can both enjoy a feast at ease. Read on and see how House of Lechon Cebu makes safe dining possible during the pandemic.

All-time Filipino Favorites and Alfresco Dining

Prepared on a wooden dish that looks like the face of a pig, the lechon is always roasted perfectly— you can tell by the appetizing amber-orange color. The skin is also delightfully crispy, while the pig’s meat is tender and moist. To balance the flavors, guests may choose from other non-pork dishes like baked scallops, pancit canton, lumpia (spring roll), kinilaw (Philippine ceviche), and other local delicacies.



To complement the dining experience, the restaurant interiors are designed with a modern Filipino touch with aqua blue walls and bamboo installations. When eating at a restaurant amid a pandemic, outdoor dining is encouraged. Luckily, this can be achieved at House of Lechon, as it has an open-air seating option.


Safety Protocols of the Filipino Restaurant

House of Lechon Cebu, Cebu, local delicacies, restaurants in Cebu, Lechon

The safety of customers is House of Lechon’s priority.

Images: House of Lechon Facebook Page

When the Queen City of the South eased quarantine restrictions, House of Lechon implemented measures to make diners enjoy their favorites in a safe way. Here are the restaurant’s strict health protocols and policies:

• Both customers and trained staff must wear face masks and face shields.
• Seating capacity is reduced in half and a distance of two meters apart for tables is set.
• In between diners are tables and chairs sanitized by the staff.
• Acrylic dividers are set up to separate customer’s dining tables.
• Temperature and health checks are done daily to the restaurant staff.

Because of House of Lechon’s ample outdoor dining and strict safety measures, you can satisfy your lechon cravings while being safe!



Go to Yoorekka to find more restaurants and local delicacies in Cebu!


House of Lechon has branches in Acacia St, Cebu City; Don Jose Avila St, Cebu City; Upper Linao, Antuwanga, Talisay City; and Robinsons Galleria.

House of Lechon Cebu, Cebu, local delicacies, restaurants in Cebu, Lechon

Stay protected while enjoying your favorite Filipino dish with House of Lechon’s safety measures!

Images: House of Lechon Facebook Page

Bustling with mouth-watering local delicacies and specialties, restaurants in Cebu always have Cebuanos leaving the table with full bellies. When it comes to cooking, the province is known for various dishes and delicacies. One of the dishes that they are proud of and known is is lechon (roasted sucking pig), a Filipino dish that is usually the highlight in parties, weddings, and local festivals.

But one doesn’t have to be invited to a large gathering to taste the famous roasted meat because House of Lechon Cebu offers diners the appetizing experience sans the crowd. Located along Acacia Street in Kamputhaw and in three other branches across Cebu and Talisay City, the place lets Cebuanos can both enjoy a feast at ease. Read on and see how House of Lechon Cebu makes safe dining possible during the pandemic.

All-time Filipino Favorites and Alfresco Dining

Prepared on a wooden dish that looks like the face of a pig, the lechon is always roasted perfectly— you can tell by the appetizing amber-orange color. The skin is also delightfully crispy, while the pig’s meat is tender and moist. To balance the flavors, guests may choose from other non-pork dishes like baked scallops, pancit canton, lumpia (spring roll), kinilaw (Philippine ceviche), and other local delicacies.



To complement the dining experience, the restaurant interiors are designed with a modern Filipino touch with aqua blue walls and bamboo installations. When eating at a restaurant amid a pandemic, outdoor dining is encouraged. Luckily, this can be achieved at House of Lechon, as it has an open-air seating option.


Safety Protocols of the Filipino Restaurant

House of Lechon Cebu, Cebu, local delicacies, restaurants in Cebu, Lechon

The safety of customers is House of Lechon’s priority.

Images: House of Lechon Facebook Page

When the Queen City of the South eased quarantine restrictions, House of Lechon implemented measures to make diners enjoy their favorites in a safe way. Here are the restaurant’s strict health protocols and policies:

• Both customers and trained staff must wear face masks and face shields.
• Seating capacity is reduced in half and a distance of two meters apart for tables is set.
• In between diners are tables and chairs sanitized by the staff.
• Acrylic dividers are set up to separate customer’s dining tables.
• Temperature and health checks are done daily to the restaurant staff.

Because of House of Lechon’s ample outdoor dining and strict safety measures, you can satisfy your lechon cravings while being safe!



Go to Yoorekka to find more restaurants and local delicacies in Cebu!


House of Lechon has branches in Acacia St, Cebu City; Don Jose Avila St, Cebu City; Upper Linao, Antuwanga, Talisay City; and Robinsons Galleria.

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