Owner ng inakusahang ga-balat na lechon, umalma; wala raw talaga kasi taba yung baboy

Owner ng inakusahang ga-balat na lechon, umalma; wala raw talaga kasi taba yung baboy

- The owner of the lechon house has responded to allegations that they delivered a very thin and "almost all-skin" lechon

- Mendoza Lechon House in Bacolod City stated that the pig actually did not have fats, which was why the resulting lechon was like that

- She also mentioned that the lechon was part of a package, which included valenciana and spaghetti

- The owner also added that it is normal for the lechon to be really thin since it was a Bisayang Lechon

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Linda Mendoza, the owner of the Mendoza Lechon House in Bacolod, which was accused by a customer of delivering an allegedly very thin lechon for the price of P5,999 has responded to such allegations and raised some defense.

Lechon
Photo: DZRH
Source: Facebook

As per DZRH, Mendoza said that they did not cheat on the customer because what's included in her order was the lechon and two more dishes — valenciana and spaghetti.

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Aside from this, Mendoza also mentioned that it was quite normal for the lechon to be thin since it was a Bisayang Lechon.

The customer posted photos of the lechon they received and the photos went viral.

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Lechon House
Photo: Courtesy DZRH
Source: Facebook

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