Army Navy Now Serves Crunchy Sisig Dishes!
Sinful, but oh-so-delicious!
Army Navy, known for their burgers and fries, recently released new menu items that puts the spotlight one of the well-loved, sinfully-delicious dishes known in the Philippines: sisig. For serious sisig and kanin-lovers, Army Navy's "Sisig Baboy" Naked Burrito is a must.
Army Navy's Naked Burrito is basically a deconstructed burrito on a plate, without the tortilla. It's a plate full of fried tortilla chips, Spanish rice, crisp lettuce, slices of tomatoes, sautéed onion, tender red kidney beans, and crunchy, flavorful, addicting, sisig. A squeeze of the wedge of lime lets the savory flavors of the sisig shine through. If you have the tolerance for spicy food, we highly recommend adding a bit of hot sauce!
It's a no-brainer: sisig fans should try Army Navy's Sisig Baboy Naked Burrito. Army Navy's new Sisig Baboy also comes in Army Navy's other signature styles, the P.I. (Philippine Island) Burrito and the Soft Taco. If you want your Sisig Baboy on the go, you should try the P.I. Burrito, but if you want to enjoy it as a snack, you can opt for the Sisig Baboy Soft Tacos.
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