275 Thomson Road
#01-09 Novena Regency
Singapore 307645

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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One of the best Filipino food I’ve had in Singapore so far! The Sisig was such a delicious, piping hot mess of pork pieces and egg. Really liked the addition of the green chilli which gave it extra flavour and kick. Surprisingly, not jelat at all despite being a relatively oily dish — in fact the grease made it even better in my opinion.

Aka eggplant salad. Filipino cuisine is hit and miss, and I was ready for this to go wrong lol. But it's awesome! That's a roasted eggplant below prawn paste, raw onion and raw tomato. All the simple ingredients came together so well. It's recommended to be paired with lechon to cut through the richness.

I was recommended here by a Filipino so that must mean something. The crackling skin was on the level of Chinese suckling pig, it's incredible. Many places can't get it right. The thick meat was roasted well, featuring a good bite and a nice balance of lean and fat. Yet, I left unsatisfied. Because although it's a very professional job, the lechon here was missing the grittiness of the streets. It lacked the X-factor I need in lechon - the gaminess.

Still my fav place when I crave for it,The pork tender with the amount of perfect fat and the skin still crispy (not as crispy as eating there though, but good enough for now).
💰$22 for 1/2kg.

📍Lechon Republic Singapore.
275 Thomson Road, #01-09.

The tamarind soup is very appetising & flavorful; balance out the greasiness of the pork dish; came with several big & fresh crunchy prawn..

The sizzling Lechon Sisig ($12.50) also pulls its weight with its chopped up lechon being caramelized on the hotplate mixed in with a raw egg. Be prepared to queue on weekends though as it is also a favourite dining spot for our Filipino friends.