Aling Lucing's Sisig

Kapampangans are known for their great love for food, and that’s because you can also find the best cooks and chefs in the province. Dubbed as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, several Filipino dishes loved by many have originated in Pampanga. 

And when we say Pampanga, the most popular dish that comes to mind is sisig. You can find different versions of sisig everywhere but nothing beats the Kapampangan sisig- no eggs, no mayo.

In fact, the local government of Angeles City has proclaimed “Sizzling Sisig” as an “Intangible Cultural Heritage” in 2017. Ordinance No. 405, Series of 2017 consists of policies and programs that aim to preserve the original recipe and preparation of the well-loved Kapampangan dish. An annual Sisig Festival is also being held in Angeles every April. 

Wanting to taste the dish worthy of the sin? Here is a list of the best places where you can enjoy Kapampangan Sisig: 

Aling Lucing’s 

Aling Lucing's
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Lucia Cunanan, best known as Aling Lucing is hailed as the “Sisig Queen,” and is famous to both locals and non-locals. Customers love Aling Lucing’s signature tender and delicious sisig, served on a sizzling plate. 

Craving for some Aling Lucing’s? Visit their Facebook page, or call 0906 288 8905 for your inquiries and orders. Aling Lucing’s has official resellers and distributors outside Pampanga too where you can get your authentic Sisig Kapampangan.

Jun-Jun’s Bibingka & Barbeque Restaurant 

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Famous for its Chicken barbeque and signature sauce, Jun-Jun’s also offers a menu with a wider range of dishes including sisig. Their sisig has become one of the favorites of many Jun-Jun’s lovers in the province. Check out their Facebook page for orders. 

19 Copung-Copung Grill 

19 Copung Copung
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This restaurant serves “Lutong Kapampangan” and sisig is one of the house favorites. It’s widely known for its sisig camaru (crickets), an exotic Kapampangan dish.

If you want to have a taste of quality local food, you may visit 19 Copung-Copung at Balibago, Angeles City. Dine-in and deliveries are now open from 12nn to 12mn. Contact them at 0998 977 1922 or visit their Facebook page.  

B&B Grill 

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Whether you like sisig as your main dish or as pulutan, B&B Grill is the place for you.  B&B is open for dine-in and delivery. Visit their branches at Hensonville in Malabanias, Angeles City, Nepo Center, and SM City Clark Tree Park. You may also contact them at their Facebook page for orders and other inquiries. 

Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy 

Mila's tokwa't baboy
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Last but definitely not the least. Mila’s is one of the best eateries located in Angeles City. It’s originally famous for its tokwa’t baboy but also became one of the most preferred sisig restaurants in the province later on. Their sisig, served with bits of crispy fried pork, is definitely customer-approved. Visit Mila’s on Facebook for orders. 

Where’s your favorite sisig place? Share your thoughts with us and comment down below. Don’t forget to grab that ice-cold beer too!

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