3 Locations Where You Can Find The Best Bulalo In Tagaytay

This cold weather is making us want to bundle up and cuddle until we fall asleep but you know else we can do to enjoy the rainy season? Go to a colder place like Tagaytay and go bulalo hunting! Tagaytay is popular for its scenic view of Taal Volcano, its chill temperature and of course, their famous bulalo that is served hot every time.

Here are the top 3 places we recommend to you if you want the best hot bulalo soup while skipping fancy restaurants.

Bulalo at Barboza’s Kitchenette Mahogany Market

3 Locations Where You Can Find The Best Bulalo In Tagaytay
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The market has a strip of other eateries offering similar menus but don’t look anywhere else because the best bulalo in Mahogany Market is only found in Barboza’s Kitchenette. The bowl of bulalo is good for about 5-6 persons, for only 350 pesos. It is served hot, of course, but you have to eat it quickly because bulalo soup can get greasy when it starts to cool down.

Bulalo Point

3 Locations Where You Can Find The Best Bulalo In Tagaytay
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Bulalo Point is nicely situated overlooking the Taal Volcano and its lake. It is a beautiful view to eat your bulalo at. The price is higher than Barboza’s Kitchenette at 300 pesos, good for 2 persons (as per the menu) but it is actually a huge serving which can be shared by 4 people. The soup is served in a classing palayok, which helps in enhancing the bulalo’s natural flavors.

Bulalo Capital

3 Locations Where You Can Find The Best Bulalo In Tagaytay
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Bulalo Capital is one of the top choices when it comes to food trip for people who want lutong-bahay cooking. Many of their signature dishes were featured on local TV. Some of the shows who did were Byehe ni Drew, Midnight Express, Jessica Soho and Unang Hirit. They serve a variety of bulalo dishes such as Fried Bulalo, Bulalo Steak, Dragon Bulalo and the best seller, Special Homestyle Bulalo. The prices range from 285 pesos (Solo Bulalo with Rice) to 685 pesos (Dragon Bulalo, good for 6).