Big Ben’s kitchen

Home of D’Famous Big Ben’s Gourmet Imus Longganisa

IMUS, the town’s name was given by the Conquistadors during 1600s that comes from the word, “Infimus” which means lowlands. Imus used to be a “Hacienda” and Farming is the popular source of livelihood that each household does backyard farming and pigpen is a normal part of the house. With the influence of the Galleon Trade and conquistadors, preserving meat is one of influence to town’s culinary culture and this has gave birth to Imus’ very own version of “Longaniza”, made up of locally farmed pork, native spices and seasoning such as anatto, black pepper and garlic, salt, soy sauce and vinegar making it a very distinct “Adobo-Style Longaniza” that is very easy to love. BIG BEN’s Kitchen maintains its heirloom recipe with original taste and quality that is all natural through the years. D’Famous Imus Longaniza, truly a comfort food among Imusenos, make it yours, too…