Trellis has become our family's favorite restaurant to eat sisig. This is where our kids learned to eat and appreciate sisig.This is still the same sisig we have come to love. I've tasted a lot of sisigs in my lifetime but Trellis has that distinct taste that they can call their own. You can line up the sisig from Dencio's, Gerry's Grill, Sisig Hooray Trellis, etc. and I would know which one is from Trellis. My husband and I are in agreement that their sisig is way up there in our list of best sisigs in town. As a matter of fact, their sisig has been their ticket to fame.Everytime we visit Trellis, the smell of sizzling sisig fills the air and every table has a sizzling plate of sisig on it. But aside from their famous sisig, what we usually order here are Spiced Spareribs with its thick flavorful sauce or marinade, Lechon Kawali (served with kangkong in oyster sauce) and Crackling Liempo (with tomatoes, onions and bagoong Balayan).What I like about Trellis is that they have maintained the original taste of their food. Their Spiced Spareribs still had that combined taste of sweetness and "mysterious" spicyness. Though the spicyness part would just start to kick in a few minutes after having a spoonful of this. It's like the spicy kick would hit you slowly, but surely, without you noticing it. That's why I call it mysterious. But this dish is delicious, nonetheless.I know, there are a lot of restaurants out there that serve good sisig. But I'm one Trellis'-sisig loyalist and I will probably die still a Trellis'-sisig loyalist.#writerszone
<b>SHOP:</b> A Filipino restaurant located in Matalino street. Their specialty is Sizzling Sisig...as they claim.<b>PRODUCT:</b> Lechon Kawali Set Meal<b>PRICE:</b> around 150 pesos including soup and iced tea.<b>EXPERIENCE:</b> The meal was fine. The Lechon Kawali was crispy but oily. The taste was alright. It needed a little more flavor or salt. I don't like veggies but when I tried the siding, it wasn't bad.
It has been a while since I dined here at Trellis. The place was pretty much the same after all these years. The dishes they serve were almost similar except of course the prices have increased.I have noticed they have Trellis Meal for P150. It consisted of your choice of viand (from the selection), rice, soup, and iced tea. I picked Lechon Kawali.I'm not sure if they had this meal before but if they haven't, it is a good thing that they have it now. I enjoyed my dish. The portion of the Lechon Kawali was just right. I liked the veggie side dish with teriyaki sauce. Although the meat was fatty and oily, I didn't mind. The soup was okay. I liked the iced tea. It didn't taste like powdered mix.
I remember trellis back when I was still single. Now I bring my children every time I can. I have introduced them to the pork Sisig and Garlic rice combo of trellis. Proud to say we have been back every time we are in the area. Although the prices may have gone up since then, it is still very affordable. The taste is still the same as I remember, so delicious, you just need to have an extra order of garlic rice. Trellis famous pork sisig and Garlic Rice. Value for your money