Cebu is known as the Lechon Capital of the world so every time I visit Cebu, I always eat lechon. If my husband has business trip in Cebu, he never fails to buy lechon for my pasalubong.
After 5 years, I revisited Cebu so after dropping our bag in the hotel off we went to Ayala Mall to eat our dinner. Unfortunately, CnT Lechon is already closed, waah! No more lechon.
So the following day, my son and I went back to Ayala Center Cebu to have an early lunch. Pag naubusan pa naman ako niyan. Hehehe! I ordered 1/4 lechon P152.50 and puso P8 each (rice).
Ethan: Mommy, ayaw niyang yellow.
Me: Rice yung loob niyan. Hehehe!
I don’t know why it is called puso, maybe because of the shape. As always, I'm happy with our lechon, the skin was crispy and meat was tender and flavorful. No need for sauce.
Read: Cebu's Lechon