Food, Items and Places

Zubuchon In Makati

Last December, my family and I went to Cebu and their lechon is truly exceptional! We were ecstatic to find out that the famous Cebu lechon will be available in Manila. It’s really TDF.

FullSizeRenderIt was opening day when we got there. The queue was very long and we waited for hours to get seated. The parking was a challenge, aside from the fact that there are a lot of customers who wanted to get a taste of the best pork ever, there’s a limited space for cars. It was a Sunday and almost time for dinner so it’s really toughie.

Aside from the original lechon, we also had Squid and Pinakbet to complement the fat that the lechon contains. Ordering the Pancit was quite a disappointment for it was very salty. But everything else fall into place well.

If you were to order some drinks, I suggest you order Pineapple Mint shake. It’s very delicious and refreshing. It’s not that sour, not that strong for pineapple flavor and it goes well with mint very much. A glass is very worth it for Php 100. The Kamias shake tastes fine too but Pineapple Mint was won me over.


They’ve got a restroom with some reminders. And you might want to take them seriously.


Having courteous staffs, hygienic surroundings and dining place and a homey ambiance, Zubuchon is a definitely a place I recommend. Moreover, you’ll leave the place fully satisfied but it won’t hurt your budget!



Located at Talisay Street, between Yakal and Malugay Streets in Makati City. Nearest landmark is Tiara Oriental Hotel.

Open everyday from 11 am to 10 pm

Reservations are accepted through phone calls during Mondays to Saturdays from 9 am to 6 pm only. You may call 8005706 and 8090149.


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3 thoughts on “Zubuchon In Makati

  1. Thank you for your visit to Zubuchon Makati on its first day of operations, no less! I profusely apologize for some of the first day glitches, and hope you will return when things have calmed down a bit. Your post is extremely kind considering you waited some time on line and we really didn’t present our best with the deluge of people (we served over 600, and turned away as many on the phones and in line) that was far more than we had expected. We appreciate your visit and hope to welcome you back soon.

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