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If you know me well, you would know that I LOVE LOVE LOVE LONGGANISA! In fact, when I go to other local places and I get to see a market of some sort, yup, I will buy the local longganisa. I just have to try them all if I could, and if you’re looking for a place that will allow you to get them from several places at one…this is it!

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This place has 14 kinds of longganisa in their menu, but sadly, when we went there, 5 of the best ones were out of stock…so that leaves 7…still a pretty good number to work with if you’re a fanatic like me. And they hava 5 kinds of vinegars (sukang tuba, sukang iloko, sinamak, pinakurat) on each table.

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I LOVE LOVE LOVE NATIVE VINEGARS! I have all of these vinegars at home in fact, it’s just fun to see them all in one place that’s not my kitchen! Why hasn’t anyone opened a place like this earlier?!

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Presenting, the food: We got the longganisa platter “choice of 5 kinds or less”,

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and we ordered 2 sinangags with 2 sunny side up eggs (heaven!!).

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CDO – it reminded me of a sweet hotdog, i liked this the least among all because of the flavor and texture.
Laoag – this was a bit sour with a bit of pepper flavor. Pretty good with rice.
Baguio – it was surprisingly a bit gamey, minimal garlic. This was not like my favorite in Baguio, the tuvera longganisa. Still the flavor was interesting.
Tugegarao – This one had a good balance of everything. It was not sweet, but it had a bit of garlic, a hint of smokiness, good meat flavor.
Cabanatuan – this one had achuete oil, and was more savory.

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Adobong kangkong – and of course, I needed to eat my vegetables so we ordered this. To my very pleasant surprise it was also topped with longganisa bits! This place is wonderful!

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Halohalo – For a hot day it was pretty standard, it had your usual leche flan, beans kaong, etc…milk and crushed ice.

Will definitely come back for the other stuff.

Longganisa Sorpresa: CSV Property, 329 Maysilo Street, Plainview Subdivision, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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