L. U. BBQ

Rizal Ave. cor. Gov. Ortega St., San Fernando City, La Union

L. U. BBQ
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Category:
BBQ Joint
Business Hours
Reopens: 9:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+63726078250

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 9:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 9:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 9:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 9:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Saturday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Unisse C.
3.0 Stars
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We went to San Juan, La Union on a long weekend so it really was hard to find a place to eat where there's no waiting line. 128531 On our way home to Manila, we were hoping to try the famous halo-halo in San Fernando but the line was way too long and we were starving!

We ended up in LU BBQ as suggested by one of our friends. He was able to try it before as a take out from another friend who went to LU.

When we arrived, the place was packed but we were able to get a table. The staff were a bit disoriented because of the big family group dining.

For those who love rice, ALL their meals come with ONE FREE EXTRA RICE! 128077🏼 So the pork BBQ, liempo, chicken, everything that comes with a rice in the menu... it means 2 cups of rice 128514 We were quite shocked because we weren't really keen on having so much rice.

Loved all their grilled meat! 10084️ The liempo was grilled and seasoned well. The sauce that came with it was spectacular. The grilled chicken was also really good! Flavorful and the skin was crispy! 128525 Their pork BBQ is quite different. It's chopped into thin slices and skewered. They layer meat and fat equally through the skewer. 128514

At the end of our meal, since it was really hot out, we got some avocado shake for take out. Good blend! Not too sweet. 128077🏼

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Rocky R.
3.0 Stars

La Union isn't too well known for their restaurants. There are only, but a handful of staples that favors among the locals; Midway, Halo-Halo de Iloco, Muchas Gracias to name a few. The good news is that restauranteurs are slowly, but surely making their way in the area.

One of those new establishments is L.U. BBQ. Even with a lack of imagination for the restaurant's name this place has potential. They focus on basic grilled dishes; burgers, pork, and the day's fresh catch. Simple menu, and with very inexpensive prices. No dish is over ₱120.

Since this was my first time, I opted to try their flame broiler burgers (₱90). For that amount, you receive two mouthwatering, fair sized, teriyaki-flavored sliders, with slaw, onions, tomatoes, picked, in between a pan de sal slider bun, and a side to potato salad. My only dislike of these sliders are the pan de sal buns they used. The bread seeps too much of the juices which makes the bread very soggy. The execution of the patty was perfect. It was cooked medium well. It wasn't smothered too much in teriyaki, preserving the taste of the beef. The side potato salad was wonderful.

It may take a few years La Union will be a go-to destination for food. Just keep your eyes peeled whenever visiting this place. You maybe surprised on what you'll be feasting on in the future. :)

Happy eating!!!

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