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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

ElarZ Lechon

Note: This location is already closed. 


It's been months since I've had a lechon (I think my last lechon was December) so my friend and I got ourselves a cholesterol treat at ElarZ Lechon.




ElarZ Lechon is from the same family who brought us Elar's Lechon, which has been serving delicious lechon for around 40 years. ElarZ currently has 4 locations around Metro Manila. My friend and I went to their Greenhills branch.



The Greenhills branch both has a take-out counter and an open air dining area. Good thing it wasn't crowded when we arrived.

We ordered 1/4 kilo lechon (Php 200) and Pork Sisig (Php 99) with a cup of rice (Php 15) and 16 oz softdrink (Php 25).

ElarZ Lechon
Pork Sisig


The Pork Sisig had a little too much of chopped onions, though I love onions, I was expecting more meat. What surprised me was the lechon. The lechon is a bit on a sweet side, it wasn't that crunchy but it wasn't fatty either. It goes well with the lechon sauce. I really thought we'd be bitin with 1/4 kilo but it was too heavy for the both of us.haha.


Though it's not healthy to eat lechon frequently, I'd love to go back to ElarZ Lechon soon and have another bite of that delicious lechon skin. 

Try ElarZ and you might just forget the word 'diet',haha. :)

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ElarZ Lechon
Annapolis Street, 
Greenhills, San Juan City
Contact No.7210000

19 comments:

  1. Elar's and Elarz are two different company. Elar's is the better one you can still visit them at q. ave near rotondo. Elarz makes it confusing by putting a store before you reach the real Elar's. I ask my driver to pick up my lechon at Elar's..napunta siya kay Elarz...lechon lover would know. Nice review by the way - Lechon lover

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    1. Thanks for the clarification, though I still have to verify. :) However, I think its still the same family recipe. :)

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  2. you should try totomai's lechon haha just kidding. :-)

    i never get tired of eating lechon! now i'm craving for one. wala silang lechon paksiw?

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  3. i tried elar's at rotonda and it was yummy... i dunno about the elarz...gotta try it too

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  4. nagcrave ako bigla.whooaa! :D sarap ng lechon!! I guess ung secret is nasa sauce nila? :D

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    1. I guess so, but the lechon's also good even without the sauce. :)

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  5. Haven't tried this one yet Mich! :D But I'd love to! Ang tagal na since last ako nag-lechon :>

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  6. sa elars welcome rotonda din kmi bumibili ng lechon! yummy..pero minsan kainis puro buto haha syang sa timbang :)

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    1. Owww. Now I'm really curious with Elar's. :)

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  7. Nag-crave tuloy ako ng lechon. The last time I had lechon was Decemeber pa.

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  8. It's been a while since I've had lechon.. I need my dose of cholesterol! XD

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  9. if you ask elarz if elar's is the same with them, they'll reply yes.

    While if you ask elar's if elarz is a sister company, you'll get a straight no.

    I think family feud that gets into business...

    Your post makes me wanna drive to a lechon store. More power!

    -Santos

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  10. hello!
    you are really Antipolo?
    I have to come soon! look at the first record of Division directory philippines! I know people very well!

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  11. It's been a while since I had Elarz lechon. Hopefully, it will not be too commercialized as I personally want Elar's/Elarz. :)

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  12. Rumor has it that the owner or Elar's died and the biz were left to the children.. after few disagreements, the children went separate ways. The other one continued Elar's and the other opened another which is Elar'z... so same family recipe..

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    1. Thanks for sharing. I'll try to research on that. :)

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