At 198 pesos, the serving of Callos was well worth it. Callos is a dish made of braised ox tripe and pork back stewed in a rich tomato-based sauce. The dish would have chickpeas and bell peppers. It has always been one of my favourites. I really love ox tripe wether in Kare-Kare, paklay, and most especially Callos. I enjoy eating a lot of those weird looking innards because I really enjoy the variety of texture, taste, and even aroma.
Another wonderful Spanish dish is the Lengua which literally means tongue. It is a slowly braised ox tongue cooked with mushrooms, red peppers, and olives in a brown sauce. The tongue is very meaty and if you do not know what part of the cow it is, most likely it will be one of your favourite cuts of meat. Many people would not dare to eat it because they cannot imagine themselves eating tongue. The lengua was cooked like a "bistek" but more flavourful and with more luxurious ingredients.
The Butifarras is a fried black pepper sausage dish. It does not taste like the normal chorizo Cebuano but it is also good being dipped in vinegar.