Sisig, Aysee's, St. Martin (Near Capt. Henry P. Javier across Ninoy Aquino Sports Complex formerly Ultra) Oranbo, Pasig City
Pegged as the "Best sisig evarh!" by my best friend, what was a glutton like me to do but have myself dragged all the way to Pasig to experience said sisig. My best friend has a knack for discovering hole-in-the-wall places, as she is the same person who introduced me to Som's, so I am not surprised when she said "it's a carinderia". Fair enough, I am not one to back out on good food -- hepatitis-free or otherwise.
I only subscribe to the Two Schools of Sisigry: the crunchy variety and the sloppy doused with mayo (or ox brain if you're adventurous and/or grew up in my hood) kind. There are no in betweens: no buttery (Aling Lucing's, I am looking at you), sweet, or fancy schmancy sisig for me. The only acceptable condiments to marry this artery-clogging culinary delight to my mouth are toyomansi and/or sili. Nothing else.
Aysee's as I've found out after that first glorious spoonful of sisig, is the the type that I like: crunchy and better served with toyomansi. Oh joy! As I devour half a sizzling plate of sisig, I say to myself that this is exactly how sisig should be served: simple and unpretentious.
I can't say the same for this food review though ;)