XO 46 The Heritage Bistro is known to serve both Filipino and Spanish dishes. Upon entering their restaurant, you will be greeted by their servers in pure Filipino Language and they are dressed in the country’s National Costume to complete the feeling of how it was in the past.
Lechon is a popular pork dish in the Philippines and is usually cooked until crunchy.
Sisig is a Kapampangan term which means “to snack on something sour”. It is most commonly known as a method of cooking which comes in three phases: boiling, broiling and grilling.
We were confused whether to order the Cebu Lechon or the Kapampangan Sisig. So, to get the best of both worlds, we tried Lechon Sisig and we were not disappointed with it. The usual ingredient for sisig is the pig’s brain, ears and other inner organs. While the Lechon Sisig has mostly meat, maybe just a few fats but were unnoticeable because it was cooked to crunchiness and topped with mayonnaise with a little spice to play with one’s taste palate.
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XO 46 Bistro Filipino (3 Branches)
Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons
Century City Mall
G/F Le Grand Condominium 130 Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
(+632) 553-6632 or (+632) 553-6635