Esting’s Bellychon – the Capampangan Boneless Lechon

Experimenting on his own version of lechon, Capampangan entrepreneur Rolly Antonio, the brainchild of Esting’s Bellychon, excitedly served his dish during a family gathering. His mom Perla Antonio, though was the one who perfected the bellychon recipe and long after started his bellychon business online, with its first flavor – Cebu Chon. Now with different variety of flavors like Chilli Chon and Bringhe Chon – bellychon stuffed with green rice, carrots and egg.
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Esting’s Bellychon is perfectly roasted boneless and flavorful with a mix of savory and sweetness in every bite. They have different flavors that gives their customers’ adventurous taste buds the satisfaction that it needs. Aside from their Best seller Cebu Chon, Chilli Chon and Bringhe Chon, they also have our favorite Filipino Dishes with bellychon used as its main meat – Sinigang Chon, Adobo Chon, Kare-Kare Chon, Sisig Chon, Tokwa’t Chon, Chopsuey Chon, Pinakbet Chon, Paksiw Chon, Humba Chon, Binagoongan Chon, Bicol Express, Spaghetti Chon and Pancit Chon.
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We can avail of their Rainy Day Special, good for 2, 4, 5 and 6 pax – like that of what I shared here (for 4 pax) – whether in store or for home delivery. They also have their All Day Breakfast Silog Meals if you are craving for our good old ‘silog!

At the Esting’s Sgt Esguerra branch, we can actually book for large group celebrations (maximum of 35 pax) for as low as Php170 per pax.

Cravings satisfied as I’ve finally tried the Capampangan Boneless Lechon! For inquries, Delivery and reservation, Call or Text 🐽 09452891123 for Globe 🐷 09684430666 for Smart 5.

📍 Esting’s Bellychon Sgt Esguerra Branch
#42 Sgt. Esguerra Ave. Corner Eugenio Lopez drive, Brgy. South Triangle, Quezon City.

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PS. Esting’s Bellychon is open for Franchise with referral fee up to 50k to 80k.

 

 

2 comments

  1. I’m glad that my hubby likes letchon and he is not fussy with our Pinoy foods. We’ll visit this place when we go back to the Philippines.

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