You Should Try These Sisig Dishes From Around The Philippines

You've never had sisig like this before!

Sisig is a popular Kapampangan crispy pork dish usually made from a pig’s head and liver and seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers. It is marinated with soy sauce and vinegar to give it its distinct well-rounded umami flavor. Sisig is usually served on a sizzling plate and is often served with an egg or mayonnaise (or both!) on top.

Sisig is, arguably, one of the most delicious classic Filipino dishes there is. Plus, you can have it any meal of the day! Although you can’t go wrong with a classic sizzling plate of sisig, this pork dish also leaves a lot of room for creativity. Sisig has evolved throughout the years resulting in different mouthwatering sisig-based dishes found all over the country.

Ready for a sisig trip? Unilever Food Solutions collaborated with Knorr, Les Toques Blanches (LTB) Philippines, and Zomato to celebrate the delicious and unique sisig innovations in the Philippines. Make sure to add these to your must-try list: 

1. Pusisig from The TapsiShop (Cainta)

We love squid sisig, but have you tasted squid stuffed with sisig? The TapsiShop’s Pusisig is made from smoked squid stuffed with their signature crispy sisig. This is served with rice and a sesame dressing!

The TapsiShop is located at National Road, Barangay Calumpang, Binangonan. For more information, follow TheTapsiShop on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

2. Pork Sisig Dynamite from Silyo DMiela (Marikina)

Dynamite sticks, a well-loved Filipino snack, becomes even more delicious when stuffed with pork sisig! This dish combines the spiciness from the finger chilies and the umami flavor of the fried sisig. You can mellow down the spicy kick when you dip it in the tartar sauce!


Silyo Dmiela is located at Mayor Gil Fernando Ave, Marikina City. For more information, follow Silyo Dmiela on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

3. Squabama Sisig from Any-haw Litson Manok (Bulacan)

Squabama is a sisig dish made from squash, banana, and malunggay. It’s a healthier take on sisig, but it’s just as tasty and delectable! Be adventurous with this dish and try it before you diss it.

Any-haw is located at Santa Maria Bypass Rd, Santa Maria, Bulacan. For more information, follow Any-haw Litson Manok on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

4. ZaB’s Pizza Thin Crust from ZaB’s Crib (Bulacan)

If you love pizza, you’ll love it even more with a tasty sisig twist! ZaB’s Pizza Thin Crust is topped with crispy pork belly and head. An Italian sauce and three types of cheese are added to this thin crust pizza to make it more delicious and unforgettable!


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ZaB’s Crib is located at Carpa Road, Baliuag, Bulacan. For more information, follow ZaB’s Crib on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

5. SOSPA (Sisig Oh, Salad Pa) from Boy Zugba (Cagayan de Oro)

Salad with sisig? Why not! The SOSPA (Sisig Oh, Salad Pa) is a dish from Boy Zugba located at Cagayan de Oro. They created this dish by fusing their signature sisig recipe with a honey-calamansi salad, and topped with Kiping chips and grated chili-cheddar!

Boy Zugba is located at 3rd Floor, Centrio Mall, Cagayan de Oro, 9000 Misamis Oriental. For more information, follow Boy Zugba on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

6. Tuna Sisig with Salted Egg from Ellen’s Tuna Queen (Davao)

One of the most versatile aspects of sisig is the meat itself. Ellen’s Tuna Queen transforms their signature tuna into tuna sisig with bits of salted egg on top. This dish is perfectly-seasoned and not as salty as you think!


Ellen’s Tuna Queen is located at 494 South St, DBP Village, Brgy Maa, Davao City, 8000 Davao del Sur. For more information, please follow Ellen’s Tuna Queen on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

7. Lechon Sisig from Ryley’s Steak, Ribs, and Cebu Boneless Lechon Belly (Makati)

The lechon sisig is a simple dish that amplifies the flavor of Cebu’s famous lechon when combined with the flavors of sisig. This sinfully delicious sizzling plate is topped with egg and vibrant, fresh chilies. If you’re heading to Poblacion for a night out, make sure to drop by and try it . 

Ryley’s Steak, Ribs, and Cebu Boneless Lechon Belly is located at 3275 A. Mabini, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila. For more information, follow Ryley’s Steak, Ribs, and Cebu Boneless Lechon Belly on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol

8. Sisig Quesadilla from Bigby’s Cafe and Restaurant (Cagayan de Oro)

Instead of the usual cheese filling of quesadillas, Bigby’s marries Filipino and Mexican cuisines by stuffing the quesadilla with a sauteed sisig mix. Different types of cheese are also added to give it texture. 

Bigby’s Cafe and Restaurant is located at Centrio Mall, Claro M. Recto Ave, Cagayan de Oro, 9000 Misamis Oriental. For more information, follow Bigby’s Cafe and Restaurant on Facebook. 

Photo by Bea Faicol



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