Whether or not you’ve been to Tiendesitas, there’s no denying that it is a place to get a good bargain and a good meal. Antique furniture, puppy essentials, delicious comfort food, it’s all there! Visit Tiendesitas today and discover its brand new opened shops:
Sports enthusiasts, rejoice! One of the biggest sports retailers has finally opened a branch at Tiendesitas. Decathlon originated from France 43 years ago and they aim to make sport accessible for many.
The humongous store is filled with different sporting gear and apparel used in over 70 sports, including popular ones like basketball, volleyball, and swimming to more niche and extreme sports like archery, predator fishing, squash, and windsurfing.
Decathlon membership is free with benefits such as an extended two-year warranty on goods and more. Not to worry about the quality – in Decathlon, testing the product is encouraged and warranty and return policies are very generous.
It’s almost criminal to be a Filipino and dislike lechon! Every Filipino knows you can get the best lechon in Cebu and an establishment that always comes up is Rico’s. After all, their roasters have been around for 20 years. Now you can get a taste of their Cebu-style lechon right at Tiendesitas–their largest store in the Metro!
Rico’s sells around 2,000 – 4,000 pieces of lechon every month all over the country with a very expansive clientele that includes politicians and big celebrities. The pigs are roasted for over 4 hours giving you the perfect tender on the inside, crispy on the outside texture.
Aside from the Original Lechon, they also sell a Spicy variety which was a first in the industry. The restaurant also offers different Filipino dishes including seafood kare-kare, sizzling lechon sisig, Bam-I (pancit Bisaya), and more.
HARONG BY KINURON
“Kinuron” is a Bicolano word that means food cooked in clay pot. In Bicol, it is common practice to cook food using clay pots with traditional firewood because doing so maintains the natural flavor and aroma of the food. Bicol is also known for its spicy dishes cooked in coconut milk.
You’ll find all of those in Harong, now open at Tiendesitas. If you can take the heat, definitely try the pride of the restaurant: the hot laing, pinangat na laing, and kinunot na page. If you’re up for something more mellow, you can also find an array of delectable grilled and sizzling seafood and pork dishes.
Visit all these and more at Tiendesitas!