What's Cooking in 'Razon's of Guagua'

Since I have already introduced the sisig of Razon’s of Guagua, I am going to take it from there.

Torre Venezia, where we stayed in QC, is actually very conveniently located. Aside from Burger King, Razon’s of Guagua is also a stone’s throw away. At first, I was hesitant to get in their store since I initially thought it was a meat shop, like Lisa’s Meat or Monterey’s.

A closer look, however, showed me a number of clients enjoying a tall glass of halo-halo. So, I invited my husband to have dinner there so we can try what Guagua offers.

Their halo-halo (PhP 73) is a bit unique. Unlike the usual halo-halo, theirs does not come in full colors, and although we attempted to ask for extra sugar or honey, which they did not provide, we realized that its taste is sweet enough. With only banana, buco, leche flan and milk, the color stays at a minimum but the taste still gets a high.

Aside from the sisig, their sizzling bulalo (PhP 199) did not  disappoint. They don’t have too many options in their menu, but I’m perfectly alright with having only their sisig and bulalo.

We tried, of course, the other house specialty – the luglug. I’m not sure if I’m just being biased, but their luglug (PhP 73), cannot nearly match the delightful taste and the generous serving of the luglug of Tita Mira’s, Cecil’s or Jaltan.

Anyway, as they say, you can’t have them all and you can’t please everybody. In general, though, Razon’s of Guagua is one place I would love to go back for another sumptuous meal.

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