Cebu Liempo and More Filipino Staples at Liloan's Pride

by - Monday, November 18, 2019

Liloan's Pride is a small store that started its success story from the ancient family recipe for a liempo that's juicy on the inside, and crunchy on the outside. The business has since expanded from the town of Liloan, Cebu, and has found its way to the heart of Metro Manila. 

The store has branches all over Metro Manila, most of which are kiosks and small stalls, except for their branch in Greenhills where they have their own restaurant. 

Sizzling Sisig P120

The sizzling sisig from Liloan's is a bit different. It had some grated cheese on top. I wasn't able to try that part, though, which is a bummer since I love cheese and I think it's something I would've loved. The meat part tasted okay. It wasn't too oily or salty. I will surely come back to give it another shot and probably consume it while it's still sizzling.

Sizzling Bulalo

The sizzling bulalo is something I would've appreciated more if it were still hot and with a few slices of calamansi. 

Cebu Lechon Manok P215 (whole)

There's really nothing for me to say about the cebu lechon manok. It was just like any other lechon manok I've tried. It also wasn't dry, which to me was a plus!


Their bangus is huge for its serving size. It's also good, although I would've preferred it more if it was more sour (more time in the garlic vinegar marinade). That's just my personal preference when it comes to bangus.

Cebu Liempo P385/kg

The cebu liempo is the pride of Liloan's, and I definitely agree. It's more than just flavorful. It's borderline salty (but isn't), which means that you should dip it in vinegar and eat with lots of rice for you to fully enjoy its flavors.


My favorite (aside from the obvious Cebu liempo) is the pares. It's just how I want it to be - tender meat with sweet and salty sauce, and goes perfectly with garlic rice. 


The pochero is a new dish at Liloan's. It pains me to say that I can't comment on how it tasted because I failed to give it a try, and I just realized this when I was looking through my photos :(

Overall, though most of the dishes had the lutong bahay quality (delicious but not unique), I have to say that the Cebu liempo and pares are both worth my visit to Greenhills. They're a quick meal that are good enough to satisfy your hunger.

My Scores:
Pricing - 4/5
Service - 5/5
Ambiance - 3/5
Taste - 3/5

Hungry for more,

Address: G/F Connecticut Carpark Arcade, Greenhills Shopping Center, Greenhills, San Juan City
Operating Hours: 10am to 10pm Daily
Budget: from P200 per person
Parking: Connecticut Arcade Parking 
Instagram: @liloansprideliempo 
Facebook: @LiloansPrideLiempo 

(Date of Visit: November 9, 2019)

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