The lechon has definitely placed the Philippines on the map. It has helped define the Filipino culture for centuries despite the fact that each area of the country most likely has it’s own version of the lechon. With the pricing not being as standard as one would expect. In Davao, the Lechon price is considered affordable considering the quality and the flavors of the city’s well-known lechon.

Lechon has always been the “special guest” in any Filipino celebration. The word lechon used to only refer to a roasted suckling pig, but as the occasions got grander, the size of the lechon also got bigger to a point where what’s often roasted is a medium sized adult pig, and not always a suckling pig. In most celebrations, the success of the event is reflected when each guest gets to have a taste of the Lechon. It’s truly the highlight of the buffet table. It’s easily the dish that every Filipino recognizes. 

Despite it’s popularity, this dish is still quite expensive. The price of a Lechon baboy ranges from 3000 pesos to as much a whopping 16,000 pesos. The pricing is based on the size of the pig (small, medium, large) or its weight. The value meals are made available for as low as 100g per serving. It can also be bought by the kilo. For most events, the lechon is bought as a whole or as a pork belly roll. There are various options that would fit any type of celebration and budget.

Despite it’s popularity, this dish is still quite expensive. The price of a Lechon baboy ranges from 3000 pesos to as much a whopping 16,000 pesos. The pricing is based on the size of the pig (small, medium, large) or its weight. The value meals are made available for as low as 100g per serving. It can also be bought by the kilo. For most events, the lechon is bought as a whole or as a pork belly roll. There are various options that would fit any type of celebration and budget.

Another reason for the price variation is flavor. Some like their lechon to be spicy, and this is available for a few pesos more than the original flavor. For example, 1 whole small lechon belly is prized at around 2,200 pesos, but you’ll pay 2,400 for it’s spicy variation.

The lechon baboy’s size will determine it’s price. For a small lechon, the price ranges from 7,800 to 8,800.

The price range for a medium sized lechon is from 9,800 – 11,800. For large, 12,800 – 14,800 pesos, and extra large can be around 15,800.

Lechon belly roll is a more affordable option for those who are budget conscious. Without purchasing the entire lechon baboy, one can still enjoy the juicy goodness of a lechon and share this with guests. Besides, the best part of the lechon is said to be the belly because that’s the part where the herbs and spices are stuffed. The pork’s flavor is also highly concentrated in the belly due to the fat composition in that area. 

The lechon is a dish not limited to pork. Over the years, the art of making lechon has evolved, much to everyone’s delight, the variations of the lechon manok was developed. This is a more affordable option for everyone. Price starting from 245 for 1 whole lechon manok. It’s available in halves, and even in parts. Business have been built with lechon manok being their main product. Value meals for this dish are extremely popular in fast food chains.

The lechon manok is as popular as the lechon baboy. It’s much easier to prepare as well. The most common way of preparing this dish is by using a marinated chicken stuffed with lemongrass stalks. This can be oven-baked or roasted over hot charcoals. This delicacy interestingly defines specific areas in the Philippines because there are unique ways on how it’s prepared depending on the place.

The lechon manok is as popular as the lechon baboy. It’s much easier to prepare as well. The most common way of preparing this dish is by using a marinated chicken stuffed with lemongrass stalks. This can be oven-baked or roasted over hot charcoals. This delicacy interestingly defines specific areas in the Philippines because there are unique ways on how it’s prepared depending on the place.

Davao developed a new cuisine that’s truly unique and much talked-about. Back on 2011, the city shocked everyone as they announced the celebration unlike any other – the Croctoberfest. Saltwater crocodiles that are farm-bred were roasted like the traditional way of roasting a lechon baboy.

The Crocodile Park of Davao secures a special permit from the DENR or Department of Environment and National Resources whenever a crocodile is slaughtered for any commercial or food purposes. Because of it’s limited availability, the lechon buwaya can cost around 2,000 per kilo or even more.

The Crocodile Park of Davao secures a special permit from the DENR or Department of Environment and National Resources whenever a crocodile is slaughtered for any commercial or food purposes. Because of it’s limited availability, the lechon buwaya can cost around 2,000 per kilo or even more.

The flavor and texture of this dish divides people to either be a fan who swears by it’s goodness or be like the ones who express extreme disgust. However, everyone will agree, this is a unique dish which you simply have to try at least once in your lifetime.

The flavor and texture of this dish divides people to either be a fan who swears by it’s goodness or be like the ones who express extreme disgust. However, everyone will agree, this is a unique dish which you simply have to try at least once in your lifetime.

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