Ribchon is our newest food discovery in Tagaytay, and now when I think of lechon I crave for their Baby Back Baboy!
The Baby Back Baboy is Ribchon’s version of lechon, but here they used baby back ribs so there’s less fat and the finger-licking goodness of baby back ribs is there with a delightful lechon twist!
We ordered the Half-Rack (good for 2-3 persons) in original flavor, and was pleasantly surprised to see the actual serving to be this big. Wow!
Super sulit at Php790.00 too, because it came with 2 servings of soup, salads and rice na rin. You can also ‘customize’ your meal by choosing which soup, salad dressing and rice flavor to pair with the baby back ribs.
For the soup, we chose to try Bulalo (okay ito, I liked it) and Sopa de Ajo (a bit salty). The salad dressings were House Caesar and Honey Mustard (both good!). For the rice, I got the plain one, while AJ tried their garlic rice.
Since it was my and AJ’s first time to be there, hindi namin alam na ganitong kadami pala ang servings. So we also ordered Ribchon’s Calamares because favorite namin ang calamares. This was our appetizer.
The calamares was cooked similar to how beer batter fish are made. The batter coating was thick, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
I felt so much at home at Ribchon that I decided to eat with my hands! The attendants kindly offered us plastic gloves so we can eat the meat from the bone na hindi messy.
Sobrang napasarap ang kain namin sa Ribchon, we were surprised na naubos namin ito hehe!
Do try Ribchon the next time you’re in Tagaytay. And bring the family and your barkada over! With such wallet-friendly prices, hindi ka matatakot manlibre nang wala sa oras =P
RIBCHON | Mahogany Avenue, Tagaytay, Cavite