LIST: These Shops Can Deliver Juicy Lechon To Your Doorstep!

Are you prepared for the holidays?

Lechon is almost always part of any Pinoy celebration. It's common to see people lining up for lechon at parties in the Philippines, everyone coveting a piece of that crunchy pork skin. 

What makes the lechon irresistible is its golden brown crunchy skin and juicy, flavorful meat, and it's even more irresistible if it's dipped in lechon sauce or spiced vinegar and paired with a serving or two of rice or pancit. It's no wonder why this is the first dish that gets wiped out during any gathering.

If you're planning to serve lechon at home for a special occasion or for the holidays, here are the places that can deliver lechon to your doorstep:

Elar's Lechon

Location: Elar's Lechon is located at 151 Quezon Avenue corner Speaker Perez Street, Quezon City and 3rd Floor, Galley Foodhall, Fisher Mall, Quezon City


What to order: Chopped lechon is priced depending on its weight: 1 kilo for P950, 3/4 kilo for P720, 1/2 kilo for P480, and 1/4 kilo for P240. They also offer a whole lechon: 20 kilos for P8,300, 25 kilos for P8,800, 30 kilos for P9,500, and 35 kilos for P10,000.

How to order: You can place your order by calling (02) 8731-2551 or (02) 8732-4116. 

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General's Lechon

Location: General's Lechon has branches located at Petron station along EDSA Avenue corner Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City, Uptown Mall, Bonifacio Global City, and BF Homes Parañaque.

What to order: You should try their signature garlic lechon: 1 kilo for P1,200, 1/2 kilo for P650, and 1/4 kilo for P350.

How to order: You can call (0917) 704-8070, (0917) 853-2466. 

Hukad - Golden Cowrie

Location: The Luzon stores are located in New Manila, SM San Lazaro, SM MOA, SM North Tower, Ayalamalls Cloverleaf, SM Fairview, Ayalamalls Feliz, and SM BF. They also have other branches located in Visayas and Mindanao.

What to order: Order their special Lechon De Cebu: 250 grams for P300 and 500 grams for P500. They also accept advance orders for their lechon slabs: quarter slab (worth 700-750 grams) cost P750, a half slab (worth 1.4-1.5 kilograms) cost P1,500, and a full slab (worth 2.8-3 kilograms) cost P2,800.


How to order: You can contact the New Manila branch at (0995) 370-9334. For the contact numbers of the other Metro Manila-based branches, you can refer to this directory.

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Mila's Lechon

Location: The main branch is located at Calavite Street, La Loma, Quezon City


What to order: Mila's Lechon's whole lechon's price ranges from P6,000 to P12,500, while their Boneless Belly costs P1,119 per kilo, and the Classic Lechon Belly costs P899 per kilo.

How to order: You can place your order by calling or sending a text message to (0917) 344-9003. 

Nagie's Native Lechon

Location: The main branch is located at 322 Paz Building, National Road Tunasan, Muntinlupa City

What to order: Nagie's lechon is available in small, medium, large, jumbo, and jumbo xl sizes. A small lechon (worth 7-9 kilos) cost P4,500-P5,500, a medium lechon (worth 10-12 kilos) costs P6,000-P7,000, a large lechon (worth 14-16 kilos) cost P7,500-P8,500, a jumbo lechon (worth 17-20 kilos) cost P9,000-10,000, and the jumbo XL lechon (worth 22-27 kilos) cost P10,500-P11,500.

How to order: You can send a message to Nagie's Native Lechon on Facebook or contact the following numbers: (0999) 711-8130, (0999) 974-7198, (0956) 548-4752, (0927) 016-3339, and (0998) 865-9498.



Location: Lechoneria is located at the 2nd level of City Center, SM City North EDSA.

What to order: Lechoneria's signature lechon belly is available in a small serving of 250 grams for P275, the medium size has 500 grams for P550, the large serving has a kilogram for P1,100, and a full roll of four kilograms cost P3,950.

How to order: You can place your order by texting or sending a Viber message to (0919) 002-1833 at least a day before your intended delivery.

You won't need to carve lechon anymore.
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Lydia's Lechon

Location: Lydia's Lechon has branches located in Quezon City, Baclaran, and General Trias.

What to order: A small lechon (worth around 6-12 kilos) cost P7,800-9,800, a medium lechon (worth around 13-19 kilos) costs P10,800-P12,800, a large lechon (worth 20-30 kilos) cost P13,800-P15,800, and the extra-large lechon which (worth 32-35 kilos cost P16,800. They also have a chopped and boxed version called Lechon-In-A-Box!

How to order: You can place your order by calling the Quezon City branch at 8939-1221, the Baclaran branch at 8851-2987, and the General Trias branch at (0919) 004-1731. 

Ping Ping's Native Lechon

Location: Ping Ping Lechon is located at 14 A. Bonifacio Avenue, La Loma, Quezon City and 360 Bluementritt Ext., La Loma, Quezon City.

What to order: A regular native lechon baboy (worth 7-9 kilos) cost P6,000-P7,000, a medium serving (worth 11-14 kilos) costs P8,000-P9,000, a large serving (worth 16-18 kilos) cost P10,000-P11,000, a jumbo lechon baboy (worth 19-20 kilos) cost P16,800, and a super jumbo lechon baboy (worth 22-25 kilos) cost P15,000.


How to order: You can place your order by contacting (0966) 934-0044 and (0977) 241-9535.


What to order: Sabroso's lechon costs P345 for 1/4 kilogram, P690 for 1/2 kilogram, P1,375 for a kilogram, P7,900 for 7-8 kilograms, P9,900 for 10-12 kilograms, P11,800 for 13-15 kilograms, P14,800 for 16-18 kilograms, and P16,800 for 19-21 kilograms.

How to order: You can place your order via Coco Delivery.

Rico's Lechon

Location: Rico's Lechon has branches located in The Fort, BGC, Glorietta, Tiendesitas, U.P. Town Center, SM MOA, and SM North EDSA.

What to order: Rico's Lechon's original lechon costs P8,500/small, P10m700/medium, P12,700/large, and P14,400/extra large. They also have a spicier version which is available in the same sizes but slightly more expensive than the original lechon.

How to order: You can place your order via Rico's Lechon's website.

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Location: Zubuchon has branches located at The Rise in Makati City, North Arcade in Pasig City, SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City, Bonifacio Stopover in Taguig City, Eton Centris in Quezon City, Icon Tower in Quezon City, SM Southmall in Las Pinas City, Rockwell Business Center in Pasig City, SM Makati in Makati City, and Molito in Muntinlupa City. 


What to order: Boneless Zubuchon costs P350 (serves two people), P650 (serves four people), and P980 (serves six people). They also have a whole lechon which costs P8,500/10-12 kilos or P9,500/14-16 kilos.

How to order: You can place your order via Zubuchon's website.



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