I probably went on a chicken and pork overload ever since Chic-Boy was established. Not only were their food offerings infused with cebu-inspired recipes, the prices were also very cool on the eyes! I loved the affordability that this Filipino restaurant offered. Their ambiance was also as refreshing (homey fixtures, wide spaces).
Since we came from a long road trip and was already heading home, we decided to get dinner at Chic-Boy's West Avenue branch. I already knew what I wanted so I ordered the usual CB6, which was the Cebu Lechon Liempo (Php115). Rubel on the other hand only ordered the CM 1, which was the Pork Barbeque (Php55).
And as per Chic-Boy's website, "Chic-boy’s pride is its Cebu Lechon Manok and Cebu Lechon Liempo." These are marinated and stuffed with herbs and spices, and are charcoal broiled to juicy and tasty perfection. They also infuse each viand with flavorful ingredients. That's why Chic-Boy humbly praises their food, as no sauce is needed anymore when it comes to enhancing the taste. But for those who still love dipping their food in sauces, their lechon manok and lechon liempo can still be paired with their delectable lechon sauce or with their special vinegar sauce, which I am totally addicted to. :)
Truly, Chic-Boy never fails to satisfy our hungry tummies! :)
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