This Bilao Of Sotanghon Topped With Crunchy Sisig Is What You Need For Merienda

Pair this with pork barbecue!

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When was the last time you had sotanghon and was completely impressed that you just had to get a second, third, or fifth serving? If you're looking for delicious sotanghon that's bound to leave a good impression and a satisfied belly, Betty's Best-the "home of the BEST Sisig Sotanghon" is what you should have for merienda.

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Betty's Best Sisig Sotanghon (P420/small, P640/medium, and P860/large) has that distinct thin, glass noodles coated in bright orange annatto. It may seem like a rather simple dish, but the simple addition of flavorful, crunchy sisig bits on top makes this dish memorable and addictive.

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Betty's Best also offers a Palabok Special (P320/small, P520/medium, and P640/large), if you're not in the mood for sotanghon. But whichever bilao of noodle you go for, you should pair it with Betty's Best's Pork Barbecue (P195/6 sticks, P390/12 sticks, P580/18 sticks, and P780/24 sticks) for the complete experience.

Want to place an order for merienda? Call 8570-2000 or (0917) 800-1865. For more information, follow Betty's Best onĀ Facebook and Instagram.

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