Unlike a lot of other great Woodside Filipino spots, the sisig at Tito Rad’s Grill is made up entirely of pork belly. And like a great French 75 or your high school skincare routine, this sisig proves that a little bit of lemon juice can go a long way. Each bite of nicely acidic meat is like a tidal wave that overtakes your innocent little taste buds with a pile of all things sweet, charred, chewy, and crunchy. With sisig this special, and in such huge portions, Tito’s is a great spot to try with a small group - whether that means eating inside their casual dining room or getting takeout to bring home is totally up to you.
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