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LIST: Where To Order Not-Your-Usual Bulalo


LIST: Where To Order Not-Your-Usual Bulalo

Nothing hits the spot like a bowl of piping hot bulalo when it’s cold and rainy. But if you want to switch it up and try a different, leveled-up version of bulalo, we found a few unique takes on this well-loved dish that you can either go to Tagaytay for or have delivered to your doorstep.

Photo by Facebook/Amacena

Amacena: Sizzling Bulalo Steak

Amacena, a restaurant in Tagaytay, has a Sizzling Bulalo Steak that includes the meat, shank, and chunks of potatoes. Instead of having the broth for slurping, this dish uses three kinds of mushroom, then mixed with a special wine, blended into a puree for a creamy sauce.

Amacena is located at 100 Tagaytay – Calamba Road, Tagaytay.

Photo by Facebook/Bulalo World

Bulalo World: Bulalo Kare-Kare

Are two of your favorite dishes bulalo and kare-kare? You should try Bulalo World’s Bulalo Kare-Kare creation. This hybrid dish has the usual meats of bulalo and kare-kare in one bowl, plus kare-kare‘s nutty sauce, slices of eggplant, and leafy greens.

Bulalo World is available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Photo by Bea Faicol

Bulalugaw: Original Beef Bulalugaw

For the ultimate rainy day comfort food, Bulalugaw’s specialty is combining bulalo’s broth and lugaw‘s sticky rice in one bowl. Bulalugaw’s Original Beef Bulalugaw is topped with garlic bits, onion leeks, and hard-boiled egg.

Bulalugaw is available on GrabFood.

Photo by Instagram/Bull Chef

Bullchef: asimBULL

If you can’t decide between sinigang and bulalo, you should try Bullchef’s asimBULL. This is a bulalo-sinigang soup made with bulalo stock, fresh tamarind, fresh gabi, onion, and tomato, then made more filling with meat, vegetables, and bone marrow.

Bullchef is available on Foodpanda.

Photo by Facebook/Entrada

Entrada: Creamy Bulalo

There are many bulaluhans in Tagaytay but one that claims to have the only creamy version of bulalo is a restaurant called Entrada. The Creamy Bulalo doesn’t have that almost translucent oily broth that common bulalo has, instead, it’s opaque and has a sopas-like color of broth. 

Entrada is located at Tagaytay Heights Subdivision, Mahogany Road, Barangay Kaybagal South, Tagaytay City.