"What's for dinner?" Upon hearing longganisa, you will probably comment in a way like this, "we served it at home all the time, wala na bang other choice?" hehehe
Surprisingly, Longganisa Sorpresa is something else.
T'was my first time to dine-out iin LS along Sky Garden of The Block [SM North]. Rain (my sister) & Bembol has been here a couple of times. Ambiance was al fresco and we had 3 different kinds of Longsilog order. Longganisa is a processed & cured meat and Philippines have a lot of versions to offers. It is always best with sunny side-up or scrambled egg. Originally this is usually serve as breakfast for a typical Filipino.
I had a Vigan style [from Ilocos], Rain got a Cabanatuan style [Nueva Ecija] & Bembol had a General Santos style [South Cotabato]. Other flavor versions available are: Alaminos [Pangasinan], Lucban [Quezon], Iligan, Lanao. A single plate comes with garlic fried rice [almost 2 cups rice] and 2 sunny side-up eggs [scrambled, well-done can be made upon request], cost Php150 only.
|What's nice about them is their vinegar sauce selection:|
Garden of The Block
SM North Edsa