We've lived in Nicaragua for 5 years, mostly in the Leon area, and rarely eat pork here. Any meat other than chicken is typically very tough, and once you've seen meat hanging in a market covered with flies, well it does make you think twice..
We'd heard about Porky's House (for some reason we'd also heard the name "Pull Porky's" from some Americans who'd come down, and they said it was good. We're from Florida and love good BBQ. This was pretty good. We both got pork ribs, which had a ton of meat on them, actually about an inch of meat on top of one side of the bones. Definitely nothing in the babyback ribs category. Can't recall much about the BBQ flavor or sauce - not sure they did much in that department. Definitely no sauce(s) on the table, so pretty different from the US. But what restaurant in Nicaragua offers any condiments on the table? Too afraid people will swipe them.
Came with fries. Just OK. Also some cole slaw - very wet and creamy, tasted OK. Overall if you want pork from time to time, a safe place. And there certainly are more things that we did not try. Took a long time to get the food.
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