Rico’s Lechon menu is described as crispy, juicy, and flavorful. It can be eaten without a dipping sauce because of its crispy skin, juicy meat, and assorted organic flavor. Original and spicy are the two flavors of their lechon. It is recognized as the finest Lechon in Cebu that is loved by tourists. Their ala carte, extended menu, whole lechon, and per kilo are available for dine-in, pick-up, and restaurant delivery.
|Menu Items||Price (PHP)|
|Garlicky Squid Balls||215|
|Lechon Lumpia Shanghai||320|
|Sinigang na Hipon||390|
|Tinola Fish Tanigue||430|
|Sinigang na Baka at Baboy||440|
|Lechon Belly Kare-Kare||480|
|Sizzling Lechon Sisig||380|
|Sizzling Adobong Pusit||390|
|King Sized Baked Scallops (8pcs)||320|
|Buttered Mix Seafood||420|
Sugba / Grilled
|Grilled Pork Liempo (Belly)||260|
|Chicken Inasal (Paa)||280|
|Grilled Daing na Bangus||320|
|Cebu Chorizo (Regular)||135|
|Cebu Chorizo (Spicy)||150|
|Plain Pandan Rice (Solo)||40|
|Plain Pandan Rice (Platter)||140|
|Garlic Rice (Solo)||50|
|Garlic Rice (Platter)||155|
|Fried Rice Trio w/ 3 Kinds of Dried Fish (Solo)||95|
|Fried Rice Trio (Platter)||280|
|Solo Chorizo Fried Rice||90|
|Platter Chorizo Fried Rice||250|
|Eggplant Salad w/ Egg||160|
|Tortang Talong w/ Lechon||220|
Noodles / Dabest Gyud Pancit Platter
|Pancit Canton (6-8 person)||600|
|Pancit Canton (12-15 person)||900|
|Pancit Bihon (6-8 person)||600|
|Pancit Bihon (12-15 person)||900|
|Pancit Bam-I (6-8 person)||680|
|Pancit Bam-I (12-15 person)||980|
|Reg. Lechon Spaghetti w/ Minced Lechon (6-8 person)||550|
|Reg. Lechon Spaghetti w/ Minced Lechon (12-15 person)||850|
|Special Lechon Spaghetti w/ Meat Balls (6-8 person)||580|
|Special Lechon Spaghetti w/ Meat Balls (12-15 person)||880|
|Lechon Pancit Palabok w/ Lechon Strips (6-8 person)||580|
|Lechon Pancit Palabok w/ Lechon Strips (12-15 person)||880|
|Halo-Halo Special Jr.||80|
|Halo-Halo Special Large||150|
|Mais Con Hielo||90|
Refresher and Shake
|Green Mango Shake||150|
|Ripe Mango Shake||150|
|Sago at Gulaman||90|
|Water Melon Shake||150|
|In Season Avocado Shake||160|
|Pepsi Reg. (per Glass)||80|
|Mountain Dew (per Glass)||80|
|Root Beer (Glass)||80|
|Pepsi (per Pitcher)||240|
|Mountain Dew (per Pitcher)||240|
|Root Beer (per Pitcher)||240|
|Iced Tea (per Glass)||90|
|Iced Tea (per Pitcher)||250|
|Pepsi Reg. In Can||80|
|Mountain Dew In Can||80|
|Root Beer In Can||80|
|SMB Pale Pilsen||95|
|Tsingtao Premium Beer||90|
Extended Menu List (New)
|Jumbo Crispy Regular||520|
|Pork Mascara Jumbo||860|
|Pork Pata Humba||390|
|Crispy Breaded Pork Chop||220|
|Crispy Pork Binagoongan||320|
|Sugba Pork Liempo||360|
|Sugba Baby Back Ribs w/ Banana Catsup Sauce (Full)||1180|
|Sugba Baby Back Ribs w/ Banana Catsup Sauce (Half)||650|
|Sugba Pork Riblets w/ sweet catsup and toyomansi sauce||280|
|Pork BBQ 5 Sticks||280|
|Pork BBQ 15 Sticks||680|
|Sizzling Tanigue Ala Pobre||480|
|Sugba Tuna Belly||420|
|Fish Tilapia Escabeche||390|
|Garlicky Fried Chicken||480|
|Sweet & Sour Lechon Meat Balls||280|
|Lechon Belly Kare-Kare||480|
|Mixed Vegetable Ensalada w/ Burong Sisi||150|
|Ampalaya w/ Lechon Baka||390|
|Special Lechon Spaghetti w/ Meat Balls||260|
|Reg. Spaghetti w/ Lechon||240|
|Lechon Pancit Palabok w/ Lechon Strips||260|
|Mixed Seafood Salad||160|
|Banana Turon Special with Ice Cream||80|
|Banana Turon Classic||65|
|Special Ice Scramble||80|
|Original De Leche Size 3-5kg (6-12 person)||9400|
|Spicy De Leche Size 3-5kg (6-12 person)||10000|
|Original Family Size 7-7.9kg (15-20 person)||10300|
|Spicy Family Size 7-7.9kg (15-20 person)||11000|
|Original Small Size 8-10.9kg (20-40 person)||12800|
|Spicy Small Size 8-10.9kg (20-40 person)||13500|
|Original Medium Size 11-13.9kg (40-60 person)||15000|
|Spicy Medium Size 11-13.9kg (40-60 person)||16200|
|Original Large Size 14-16.9kg (60-80 person)||17500|
|Spicy Large Size 14-16.9kg (60-80 person)||18800|
|Original X-Large Size 17-19.9kg (80-100 person)||19500|
|Spicy X-Large Size 17-19.9kg (80-100 person)||20500|
|1/4 Kilo (250g)||400|
|1/2 Kilo (500g)||725|
|3/4 Kilo (750g)||1100|
|1 Kilo (1000g)||1350|
|1/4 Kilo (250g)||435|
|1/2 Kilo (500g)||790|
|3/4 Kilo (750g)||1170|
|1 Kilo (1000g)||1420|
|Lechon Feet (per kilogram)||600|
|Lechon Head (per kilogram)||600|
|*Add On (Take-Out Box)||50|
Original Lechon Baka
|Junior Size (1-2 person)||435|
|Large Size (3-4 person)||820|
|Fiesta Size (6-8 person)||1485|
Spicy Lechon Baka
|Junior Size (1-2 person)||450|
|Large Size (3-4 person)||850|
|Fiesta Size (6-8 person)||1580|
About Rico’s Lechon
Rico’s Lechon is founded by Enrico Dionson in Cebu, Philippines in 2007. Meat Concept Corporation owned and manage this globally recognized and award-winning Lechon brand. It is one of the most iconic Lechon restaurants in Cebu.
This restaurant boomed after former President Joseph Estrada ordered lechon in this restaurant for his birthday. Since then, the restaurant grows continuously. Today, it has branches in different parts of Metro Manila.
Rico’s Lechon Menu Best Seller
Rico’s Pork Lechon original and spicy flavors menu are their best sellers in Cebu and Manila. The restaurant is known for its delectable lechon so people try their lechon. Its crispy, flavorful, and juicy taste makes people crave more. It is one of the recommended lechon restaurants for various celebrations and gatherings. Their lechon is roasted to perfection and cooked with precision.
Regular Lechon vs Spicy Lechon
Regular Lechon and Spicy Lechon are the best sellers menu of Rico’s Lechon. It is available in pork and beef lechon. The main ingredients of these lechons are onion leeks and garlic. It comes in small, medium, and large sizes.
Regular Lechon – Regular lechon has a lower price than spicy lechon. This lechon is roasted to perfection and spiced up with onion leeks and garlic.
Spicy Lechon – Spicy lechon has a higher price than regular lechon. The spicy flavor is added to make it more delectable. It is best for those who love to eat spicy foods.
Rico’s Lechon Ala Carte Menu
Appetizers – Chicharon bulaklak is an appetizer that is made of deep-fried pork mesentery and is served with a vinegar dipping sauce. The other appetizers that they offer are chicken skin, garlicky squid balls, seaweed salad, ngohiong (in-house), lechon lumpia shanghai, crispy kangkong, and lumpia sariwa.
Soup – Monggo is one of the best soups that you can pair with the main dish. Sinigang na hipon, beef bulalo, tinola fish tanigue, sinigang na baka at baboy, and sinigang na lechon are the soups in the restaurant.
Meat – This menu from Rico’s Lechon menu is made from leftover lechon and stewed in vinegar and other seasonings. Various meat dishes such as crispy feetchon, prichon, lechon paksiw, dinuguan special, lechon belly kare-kare, and fried chicken are also offered in this restaurant.
Sizzling – The sizzling dishes that are available are sizzling lechon sisig and sizzling adobong pusit.
Seafood – King-sized baked scallops are easy to prepare and have a crispy, buttery, and garlicky flavor. If you love plates of seafood, they also offer calamares prito, camaron rebosado, and buttered mix seafood.
Sugba/Grilled – Grilled daing the bangus is a dried, marinated, and grilled milkfish that is served with chopped vegetables and dipping soy sauce with chili. The other grilled dishes that they provide are grilled pork liempo (belly), chicken inasal (paa), tuna belly, grilled daing na bangus, and Cebu chorizo. Try this Rico’s Lechon menu and you won’t regret it.
Rice – It is a staple food in the Philippines and it completes the meal. The delectable lechon will encourage you to eat more rice. Various varieties of rice are offered such as plain pandan rice (solo), plain pandan rice (platter), garlic rice (solo), garlic rice (platter), fried rice trio with 3 kinds of dried fish (solo), fried rice trio (platter), chorizo fried rice (solo and platter)
Vegetables – Adobong Kangkong is one of the classic vegetable dishes that you can order. Water spinach is its main ingredient. It is cooked and simmered in vinegar and soy sauce and mixed with other spices. Chopseuy, pinakbet, Bicol express, eggplant salad with egg, gising gising, and tortang talong with lechon are the other dishes that you can choose from.
Noodles / Dabest Gyud Pancit Platter – Pancit Bam-I, also known as Pancit Bisaya is a famous noodle dish that originated in Cebu. It consists of egg noodles with various vegetables. Pancit canton, pancit bihon, lechon spaghetti with minced lechon (regular), special lechon spaghetti with meatballs, and lechon pancit palabok with strips are the other noodle dishes that are worth trying. An all-around Filipino favorite menu.
Dessert – Halo-halo is one of the most-sought desserts. It is a combination of ice cream, milk, sago, and other sweet desserts. It is available in junior and large sizes. The other sweet desserts that you can choose from are pandan tapioca and mais con yelo.
Refresher & Shake – Cucumansi quencher is a refresher that is a combination of cucumber and calamansi. Green mango shake, ripe mango shake, sago at gulaman, watermelon shake, and in season avocado shake are the additional refresher that will freshen you up.
Drinks -The drinks that are available per glass and in cans are pepsi regular, mountain dew, root beer, and iced tea. There are also bottled water, SMB pale pilsen, SMB light, and tsingtsao premium beer.
Rico’s Lechon Menu Delivery
You don’t have to go to Cebu to try this iconic and delectable lechon. It is available for delivery on online platforms such as GrabFood and Foodpanda. You can also message them on their social media accounts for delivery assistance if you don’t have an account on those online delivery platforms. It is also available for dine-in, takeout, and pick-up.
Social Media Pages
The prices and new dishes are changed over time, so following their social media accounts will keep you updated. You can also send direct/private messages to their social media accounts for reservations, inquiries, and deliveries. Their social media managers are responsive to messages. They typically reply instantly in Facebook messenger.
Rico’s Lechon menu is notable for its delectable taste. Tourists who visit Cebu and Manila drop by this restaurant to try their popular lechon. Travelers take out lechon and bring it home to their family and friends. It is also a perfect gift for celebrations and gatherings. They offer a wide range of menus so you have a lot of choices. They also have frozen food packs that are available in grocery and convenience stores nationwide.
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