From its first outlet in Project 8, Quezon City which opened in November 1985, the number of Baliwag Lechon Manok outlets has grown to nearly 200 to this date. These outlets are strategically located to be easily available to all consumers, from those living in rural provinces to those working in the most highly developed cities.
The classic and highly beloved Baliwag Lechon Manok and Liempo (roasted chicken and roasted pork) are getting some very tough competition from the recent additions of new items sold in their outlets. The Crispy Pata (deep fried pork leg) has been traditionally reserved by the family for special occasions such as anniversaries or weddings. Now, in a matter of a few minutes and at the most affordable price available, Mom or Dad can conveniently buy hot, fresh, and juicy Crispy Pata for them to share with their kids at home any day of the week.
Also, the Regular and Spicy Chicharon (deep fried pork skin) has immediately gained popularity from the first time it was introduced in 2006. It has been enjoyed either as a complement to the Lechon Manok and Liempo, or as a filling snack to be dipped in Baliwag’s special vinegar. Other popular additions include the pork barbeque, siopao, and bottled atchara.