This Pack Of Liempo Sisig Only Costs P299—And Yes, It's Good For Sharing!

Ready lots of rice!

IMAGE Bea Faicol

Liempo is the kind of ulam you can never go wrong with, and the same goes with sisig. So what more if your ulam is a combination of both dishes? Introducing Chooks-To-Go's newest item on the menu, the Liempo Sisig (P299/pack).

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Chooks-To-Go has always had Inihaw na Liempo (P249) on their menu, aside from the roast chicken, of course. This time, they turned the juicy, flavorful grilled meat and chopped it into pieces, and used it to make sisig! To make it taste just like sisig, they added lots of minced red onions and minced red chilies, and then they coated the liempo in a delicious tangy mayonnaise that complements the smokiness of the grilled pork.


This new item isn't served with rice, so you either have to order the rice separately or cook rice at home! Better prepare lots of rice because it's actually good for sharing between 4 to 5 people, but if you're eating it as pulutan (without rice), it can be shared between 3 to 4 people.

Photo by Bea Faicol
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As of writing, the Liempo Sisig is currently available in select Chooks-To-Go outlets only, namely the Pacita Commercial Complex in San Pedro Laguna; Jose Burgos Street, Calamba City, Laguna; Platon Street, Barangay 2, Tanauan City, Batangas; M. Paulino Street, Barangay III-C, San Pablo City; Lourdes Street, Mayapa Calamba, Laguna; Poblacion 1, Katihan, Muntinlupa; Barangay Pinyahan, V. Luna Street corner Mapangakit, Quezon City; Malolos Avenue corner Maligaya Street, Barangay 147, Zone 13, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City; CAA Road corner Green Revolution, San Antonio Valley 7, Pulang Lupa, Las Piñas; and Betterliving Subdivision, Barangay Don Bosco, Parañaque City.

Call 8-687-10-10 or visit to order!


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