Monday, February 22, 2016

First bite of Pappy's Barbecue and Sisig

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.

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