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Ruel Nakila 0 July 18, 2018
Pinakamasarap na lechon andito na sa manila

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Jeramie Nakila 0 July 18, 2018
Ganahan ko mo tilaw sa inyong lechon kay lami kaayong tan awon.. usa nah sa akong pinakapaborito na pag kaon, hinaot unta na inyo Kung mapili.. Daghang salamat!!!😊! And Godbless!!!

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Jing Lopez 0 July 18, 2018
Would be glad to be invited

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Mars Leyesa 0 July 17, 2018
Hello! I hope I can eat pre launch free buffet on July 28 eventhough im not Cebuano. I was in cebu last July 20-23 last year but dont have a chance to eat there. as i remembered there was a force closure on your resto nearby cebu grand hotel that time. best regards. Mars




Rico’s Lechon has Finally Announced Their Manila Opening Date

We have been salivating ever since rumours started circulating that Cebu’s Rico’s Lechon was planning to expand to Manila. Thankfully, rumours turned into reality, and the wait is almost over!

According to their official Facebook page, their BGC branch, will be having its soft opening on August 3.

Rico's Lechon
Image credit: Rico’s Lechon via Facebook

But wait…there’s more!

All Cebuanos now residing in Manila are invited to a special pre-launch free lechon buffet on July 29, all they need to do is sign up on their website, on or before 8pm on July 18.

88 lucky Cebuanos will be selected per hour from 11AM to 10PM.

The buffet will include 250 grams of their famous lechon, and all-you-can-eat portions of their best-sellers. If you plan to join in on the feast, don’t forget to bring documents to prove your Cebuano roots!

Rico’s gained popularity for their perfected recipes of the Original and Spicy Lechon. But they’re also known for other Cebu favorites such as crispy Ngohiong, baked scallops, and Paksiw.

Rico’s Lechon.

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Rico’s Lechon’s first branch in Manila is located along Fort Strip in Bonifacio Global City.

If you want a taste of original Rico’s Lechon, go book your flight to Cebu now!

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