Barbecue is a food which is usually prepared and served at restaurants called barbecue houses or grill houses. Barbecue is commonly referred to as grill in which meat, poultry or fish (either whole or in pieces) or other food is slowly cooked in a pit or on a spit, using hot charcoals or hardwood as a heat source. The food is basted, usually with a highly seasoned sauce to keep it moist (O’connell, 2005).
Barbecue is very popular in the Philippines and a favorite among most Filipinos. You will find this at just about every entrance in the middle class subdivisions and especially on the market sidewalks. Filipino’s eat this barbecue as an appetizer, a meal, a snack, or what most of the guy’s favorite pulutan (Colinares, 2009).
Emil-ly’s Barbecue was established in 1979 which was named after the couple and owners of the establishment namely Emilio and Lilia Berezo. It started with a small stall placed within the vicinity of the store of the owner’s parents, Epion’s Store. It is located along M.L. Quezon highway, Mustang, Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu. It’s their very first and oldest operating business. The owners started this business with only a capital of one hundred pesos and sold few kilos of chicken intestine, chicken head and feet, chicken liver and 1 dozen of chorizo.
Years later, they moved to another area just across the first location with a wider space and this time with own establishment and name. They added grilled pork, chicken drumstick and breast in the menu. In 1990’s, they moved back near the business’ first location. It continued to be there until now. The current menu already has lechon manok and fried chicken.
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