Wow, looks really yummy. I haven't tried Bagnet sisig but I bet they really taste better than the ordinary sisig we see all around. Very interesting menu selection. Sinigang na lechon and Kare Kare lechon are dish combination I never thought of. And the Lecon Dinakdakan. What is this? In our lingo dakdak means to talk and talk. Does this mean the cook talked to the lechon while preparing it? Ha ha ha. Makes me very curious.
I also see laing with rice and laing with bagnet sisig. Wow. Laiang is one dish my wife and I really enjoy. But living in Mindanao where this dish is unknown, it's very hard to come by with good tasty laing anywhere unless they are home cooked by Ilocanos or Kapampangans. If I live in Baguio, this will probably one of my watering holes for meals lol. Great mouth-watering post.