We recently had an outing to Argao and when we passed by Carcar City, we decided to check out their public market to buy some food for our outing and also to have a chance to grab some breakfast. We went to the back portion of their public market and lo and behold it was a piece of lechon heaven. The market has so many lechon stalls and owners even allow to have a free sample. It is flavor which is very typical for Cebu lechon. Carcar is very popular for its lechon and puso. Puso or hanging rice is rice cooked in a coconut leaf pouch. Carcar's puso uses a native variety of rice and its sort of technicolor compared to the typical white colored rice in a Cebu City puso.
There were also many cariderias in the area and they serve a wide range of dishes that includes adobo, paklay, utan bisaya, and lumpia. For people who likes to have an old-fashioned breakfast, goodies like puto and budbud are also available in the food stalls in the market.
If you happen to have an outing in the Southern towns of Cebu, you do not need to buy so many foods from the city since you can have excellent choices in Carcar. Check it out!!!