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Lechonera Los Flamboyanes

For the last 21 years making traditional food in a space to share with the whole family. A very tasty "lechón" and interesting place. The pig is usually roasted for about 6 - 8 hours which ensures that the pork is pact with flavor, moist…

Lechonera Los Amigos

Simply delicious! The "lechón" is so tasty and mouth watering and the arroz con gandules is so flavorful. For those who prefer white meat, delicious roast chicken is always available. Don't forget to try some of the plantains and other…

Angelito’s Place

A large, sturdy, roadside building, Angelito’s is the anchor of the ruta de lechón in Trujillo Alto. Many days, the line from the butcher table snakes out into the parking lot—because locals know that Rivera is a stickler for ingredients.…

Lechonera El Cuñao

“My father started this place over 60 years ago,” said Güiso López, owner of El Cuñao (“the brother-in-law”). The eatery makes one of the best gas-cooked pig in Puerto Rico, with a thin layer of fat beneath the cuero and nicely moist meat.…

Lechonera Sazón Alvarado

Family dedicated for more than 50 years to the local pig industry. Today, the Alvarado family undertakes in his business in the preparation of 100% local roasted pig (supporting local pig farmers). In addition, Sazón Alvarado offers a wide…

La Estación

Kevin Roth, a native New Yorker and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, make one of the best "lechones" of the Island. La Estacion has been family owned and operated since 2006.  At La Estacion, Roth combines his love for Puerto…

Lechonera El Mojito

Very popular in the "Ruta del Lechón", for serving it crispy, with crushed rice, sausage, ribs and beans stewed in chicken broth. Came in expecting to get locally "lechón", walked out with an experience like no other. The bar is rustic (of…

Lechonera El Rancho Original

Forty years serving one of the best best roasted pork of Puerto Rico. Here you can enjoy a pleasant atmosphere for your family, at the edge of the creek and dance music for everyone. In addition to the traditional food, you can buy the best…

Lechonera Los Pinos

Years ago in his travel show, Anthony Bourdain touted this “lechonera” as the best roasted pork he had ever had. Since founded, Los Pinos never disappoints, having always great roasted pork. It is not fancy or high-end place, but a must if…

El Rancho de Apa

Luis “Apa” Ramos is known by some as “El Rey de lechón asado” (the king of lechón) - and it’s not only locals who swear by his pig. Chef Eric Ripert flies Mr. Ramos up to New York each year for a "lechón" feast at his Michelin-starred Le…