If you’re looking for some of the best crispy pata at an unbeatable price point, look no further than Analisa’s. At around 300 bucks a pop, this pata is hefty and always exceptionally well done. It’s never too salty, always crispy, and the meat is juicy, devoid of hard, over-fried, stringy parts.
They also offer a whole fried pig’s head, which sounds like something you could only get at a high-end joint. Their tiny kitchen offers a no-frills version, that comes with nothing but a sour-sweet dipping sauce. A little more expensive but just as good as the pata, it has all the best bits of sisig—some fatty cheek, crispy ears, and if you dig deep, creamy brains. All their fried items, no matter how large, come in a brown paper bag, which they say is meant to keep the skin of their wares crispy. We’d like to believe that it makes it easier for you to secretly snack on a whole crispy pata all alone.