We were in Eastwood Mall one Sunday afternoon, strolling around the Weekend Gourmet Market. One table caught our eye, for it was filled with delicious-looking pork dishes: barbecue and sisig! The table was the table of Pappy's Barbecue House. After a few more minutes of staring at the dishes (and some great sales talking from the attendant), we bought some sticks of pork barbecue and a pack of sisig.
The Pork Barbecue (Php 35 per stick) had big chunks of meat and fat. Each morsel was juicy and moist. Its taste is a mixture of peppery, sweet, and smoky flavors. Not bad, actually. The thing was though, this taste was not unfamiliar; we could think of restaurants that sell barbecue dishes with the same taste.
The Sisig was made with chopped pork ears and pork fat, seasoned with sliced finger chili. It had a hint of barbecue taste and a subtle livery undertone. It was just a little too fatty though.
Pappy's Barbecue House offers more products, like different kinds of steaks. For more information on these, contact them.