Mang Ben’s Usok had recently opened a stall last December, just a stone’s throw away from the historic Imus City Hall and near Imus Sports Complex in Imus, Cavite province.
The catchy tagline “Mang Ben’s Usok Pa Lang Ulam Na” whets the passersby’s appetites. Mang Ben’s menu is not just a family heirloom recipe dish, it is also very filling.
Mang Ben’s value meal, which includes two pieces of gourmet grilled Imus longganisa with rice is just Php 65.00; add Php 10.00 for coleslaw, Php 20.00 for grilled corn and Php 35.00 for addition calamansi cucumber juice. The stall has a sitting capacity of between 25 to 35 persons at any given time.
Big Ben Kitchen‘s specialty is the home -made longganisa. The flavors are well balanced and not too heavy on the garlic. They use lean pork meat as the main ingredient. These tasty sausages are all-natural and contain no preservatives, nitrates or salitre.
The longganisa (a type of Philippine sausage ) recipe was made by the grandmother of Chef Gene way back in 1950 and had been a treasured family heirloom recipe. There were some minor improvements like more leaner meat, less preservatives and vacuum sealed packaging. Big Ben’s famous longganisa is one of the products listed at “One Town One Product’ OTOP project of Department of Trade and Industry ( DTI).
Big Ben also has fried mushroom, adobong manok in bottle, peanut brittle, sukang sasa (vinegar made from the sap of Nypa fruticans and seasoned with mined garlic, chopped onions and chopped chilies), adobong tinali, tapang imus, organic chicken tocino and honey which are ideal gifts for any occasion.
Visit their stall and try to savor the taste of their famous longganisa and other delicacies of the town like puto, kutsinta and tamales.
Address : F. Tirona Street, Unit 1, Commercial Space of Imus Sports Complex, Imus, Cavite province.
Operations: Tuesday to Sunday’s 3pm-10pm
FB Page: https://m.facebook.com/mangbensimus/
Contact : (0956) 170-5888