Located alongside the busy main road in Sabang, Lipa City, Edrio’s Barbecue House is a small store with a lot to offer. Opened just recently, March 2, to be exact, it’s located in front of Puregold Sabang. Leah Mendoza, the owner, originally from Tagaytay City, decided to open a store in Lipa in order to share their homemade specialties with the Batangueños.
EDITOR’S NOTE: While their barbecue house opened just recently, they’ve been in business here in Lipa for longer. They’re very popular in Brgy. Muntingpulo.
Their claim to fame is their signature vinegar. According to their tagline, “Nasa Sawsawan ‘yan!” Hard to argue against that after almost drinking their vinegar.
Spoiler, it’s one of the best I’ve ever had in my entire life.
About Edrio’s Barbecue House
Edrio’s is owned and operated by the husband-and-wife team of Julius and Leah Mendoza from Tagaytay. Their business started after Leah went home from working abroad. She started a business in their small garage. It gathered a lot of attention and a lot of people came. Once they discovered that their business generated a lot of traction in Tagaytay, she took a leap of faith and went to Batangas.
It’s a delightful place to be in. The ambience is good and the food is really, really great. Though the place is still small, inside it offers a good vibe and Ms. Leah is a really friendly and cheerful person.
Edrio’s special vinegar is really something to try. It’s made beforehand from their home and it is their best selling point. But, the vinegar isn’t the only reason you should be visiting Edrio’s.
Need I say more? It’s a level up from the stands that you see in the corner of a busy street. Shout out to my fave chicken feet! I wasn’t able to count how many I had, it was just so good!
EDITOR’S NOTE: He had at least a dozen.
Their barbeque doesn’t just look good, it tastes good as well!
Their isaw is something to try, and so are the chicken feet and head.
They haven’t cheaped out on their Betamax either. Look at its size!
There is a wide array of choices you can have, from the humble chicken feet to the all-star barbeque. Basically, you name it, they have it. Even the hotdogs are amazing.
What sets Edrio’s apart from other ihaw-ihaw places is the cleanliness of the food. The food is clean and the place itself is an epitome of ihaw-ihaw cleanliness.
Edrio’s is a nice place if you want to hang out with a circle of friends. It has a nice vibe despite being located along a bustling main road. The whole place is really good, and I can see a lot of people hanging out with their friends.
Their products are budget-friendly too, ranging from 10 to 12 pesos per product. I would seriously recommend Edrio’s if you’re looking for a good place to hang out with your friends.
I honestly love the way Leah serves her customers. During the entirety of our stay, she’s smiling and joking along with us, and she’s really kind to us all throughout our stay at Edrio’s. It’s a refreshing sight to see, and we’re glad we spent the afternoon at Edrio’s.
Try it Today!
We probably don’t need to convince you to try it out after seeing this video and these pictures. Go ahead and try it today!
Address: General Luna Street, Sabang, Lipa City (almost across Puregold)
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday from 3 PM to 10 PM
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