Liezl's La Paz Batchoy and Kansi House

8263 Sucat Rd., Parañaque, Metro Manila

Liezl's La Paz Batchoy and Kansi House
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  • 6 Reviews
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Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens: 8:00a - 12:00a
Phone
+6328257838

Hours

  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱65 - ₱145

Most Recent Reviews

Nat F.
5.0 Stars

This place has one of the legit la paz batchoy in the metro!

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Pia L.
4.0 Stars

This is part of Spot's list of Top 10 Batchoy in Manila so I was really excited to try. Disclaimer- it was my first time to eat Batchoy so I'm not sure whether it's really that good but it was seasoned just right and they didn't scrimp on the ingredients at all!!! 128524 As for their tapsilog which is apparently their best seller, is my type of tapa! But if you don't like your tapa a little sweet more than it's salty, then this might not be the right tapa for you. I'm recommending you dip it on their spicy vinegar, which is good too (it's that good they have bottles of it on a rack for sale) 128539 This restaurant is one of those unassuming little ones with a homey vibe on the side of a busy road so there's a chance you pass by this everyday without really noticing it but I think you would really regret it if you don't at least eat here once haha! My workmate said their kansi is a must try too so I would definitely come back for that! Best part is the price range is just right- only paid P150 for these two hehe! Good service too, our orders arrived a little over 10mins considering that it was 8pm and they were full (although the place is small they only have like 7 tables haha)

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Karenina V.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Cee C.
4.0 Stars

Finally tried Lizel's 128513
Thank you Peach L for making a review 128516
Everything is under P100, I tried their beef tapa and Batchoy ( I hungree )
The tapa was dry not the saucey ,shreddy once I'm used to like in SEX , but it was dry in a good way since tapa is supposed to be dried meat. The salty sweetness of the meat was just right, you can still taste the beef itself. ( I hope I'm making sense here 128514)

The Batchoy was really good, I don't eat liver so I had to put it aside but other than that all was excellent too bad they didn't have puto I like puto and Batchoy yum ...

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Peach L.
5.0 Stars

For the sake of inflooence and because the photo wasn't uploaded in the original review, I'm reposting. 9996128523

We pinoys have this incessant love for the staple breakfast which we fondly call "silogs".

With Tapsilog being the most popular, it's always been a million-dollar question whether the one you've tasted is the best or if there are better tapsilogs out there. And since taste is relative, I presume it'll always be a never-ending question.

What I basically know about tapa is it's supposed to be marinated then sundried to achieve that certain flavor which makes tapa, well, a tapa. 128513 I remembered when I was a kid, my dad would buy sirloin (sometimes carabao meat) then marinate it and put the marinated meat on the roof until it's completely dry, then after, it'll be ready for cooking. But tapa in Manila is completely different. Here, the meat is tender and it doesn't taste like it's sundried.

My basis of comparison is the Metro's tapa.

For me, Liezl's tapsilog is one of the best. The well-marinated beef is very very tender you can slice it with a spoon. The taste is not too salty, not too sweet also. It's just right. (I sound like Goldilocks there 128120) I've tasted some of the most raved-about tapsilogans in the city and sad to say, I didn't like it because most of them are really sweet and I'm not a fan of sweet dishes. But at Liezl's you'll find that the tapa, has been well-prepared and cooked to perfection with consideration to the versatility of palates. 128522128077

Liezl's by the way is a Kansi House. Being a hole-in-the-wall has it's downside because if you don't pay attention, you'll easily miss it. It's in between a money changer and a hardware. Yeah, that kind of place.

Their cuisine is Ilonggo and if you're familiar with Ilonggo cooking, I think theirs is one of the best-tasting food I've ever had. Anyway, if you order one of their silogs, you'll also have a free kansi soup, but unlike some food places that gives off medjas soup, theirs definitely tastes better because you'll find that the broth's been cooked for hours. It's one delicious (And FREE) kansi! You also have the option how you want your eggs to be. 128035

Aside from the silogs and the great-tasting kansi, they also have other breakfast and all-day meals. Our staple order is Tapsilog, Kansi Laman (not free), and the fried pusit. And we finish off everything with their specially concocted vinegar. 128538128076

Price is very, very reasonable, almost at par with carinderias. And the place is clean and airconditioned too! 128077

So when you're around South and you feel like eating tapa or ilonggo cooking, try Liezl's. 128077128076

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Peach L.
5.0 Stars

We pinoys have this incessant love for the staple breakfast which we fondly call "silogs".

With Tapsilog being the most popular, it's always been a million dollar question whether the one you've tasted is the best or if there are better tapsilogs out there. And since taste is relative, I presume it'll always be a never-ending question.

What I basically know about tapa is it's supposed to be marinated then sundried to achieve that certain flavor which makes tapa, well, a tapa. 128513 I remembered when I was a kid, my dad would buy sirloin (sometimes carabao meat) then marinate it and put the marinated meat on the roof until it's completely dry, then after, it'll be ready for cooking. But tapa in Manila is completely different. Here, the meat is tender and it doesn't taste like it's sundried.

My basis of comparison is the Metro's tapa.

For me, Liezl's tapsilog is one of the best. The well-marinated beef is very very tender you can slice it with a spoon. The taste is not too salty, not too sweet also. It's just right. (I sound like Goldilocks there 128120) I've tasted some of the most raved-about tapsilogans in the city and sad to say, I didn't like it because most of them are really sweet and I'm not a fan of sweet dishes. But at Liezl's you'll find that the tapa, has been well-prepared and cooked to perfection with consideration to the versatility of palates. 128522128077

Liezl's by the way is a Kansi House. Being a hole-in-the-wall has it's downside because if you don't pay attention, you'll easily miss it. It's in between a money changer and a hardware. Yeah, that kind of place.

Their cuisine is Ilonggo and if you're familiar with Ilonggo cooking, I think theirs is one of the best-tasting food I've ever had. Anyway, if you order one of their silogs, you'll also have a free kansi soup, but unlike some food places that gives off medjas soup, theirs definitely tastes better because you'll find that the broth's been cooked for hours. It's one delicious (And FREE) kansi! You also have the option how you want your eggs to be. 128035

Aside from the silogs and the great-tasting kansi, they also have other breakfast and all-day meals. Our staple order is Tapsilog, Kansi Laman (not free), and the fried pusit. And we finish off everything with their specially concocted vinegar. 128538128076

Price is very, very reasonable, almost at par with carinderias. And the place is clean and airconditioned too! 128077

So when you're around South and you feel like eating tapa or ilonggo cooking, remember this place. And oh before I forget, I'd like to thank the Looloo crew (special mention to Roegan) for helping me add some if my most favorite HITWs 128522 You guys rock! 128074

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