Classic Pinoy Favorites | Bulalo World

Tagaytay is a must-visit destination if you are craving for classic bulalo especially nowadays that stormy days are on. But of course, we can't travel to that place immediately that is why Bulalo World aims to offer authentic bulalo experience and other Pinoy favorites among their customers.

Bulalo World opened up their first store five years ago and has grown up to 32 branches across Metro Manila, Calabarzon, and Central Luzon since then. Their classic dishes are now accessible to their customers, not to mention the affordability they provide by offering single-serve dishes like Bulalo and Crispy Pata so every customer can avail any of it without breaking the bank.

During my visit on their branch in Ever Gotesco Mall in Commonwealth, QC, I just noticed their old structure and interior design of the restaurant. This branch needs a little overhauling in terms of lighting, furniture upgrades, and even paint. This is one of their struggles as customers might prefer to visit adjacent restos with a much better set-up and new interiors.

Now let's focus on their food that we got to try out during our visit. Bulalo World let us enjoy single-serve dishes as well as other items on their menu. By the way, all their meals come with unli soup and there's an option to upgrade to unli rice.

Hot Bulalo Meal (P179 solo/ 195 unli rice)
Indeed perfect for this rainy weather! This hot bulalo meal comes with tender slices of lean beef, pechay, spring onions, sweet corn, and bone marrow. The serving size is actually good for sharing. I liked that it was hot when they served and the toppings were really generous. For the taste, it was really that savory beef.

Sinigang na Hipon (P179 solo/ 195 unli rice)
My classic favorite! I liked how it wasn't too sour but still delicious for a sinigang soup. This meal has complete ingredients like okra, radish, tomatoes, onions, and kangkong.

Crispy Salinyasi (P49 ala carte/ P39 add-on to meals)
If you are craving for tawilis which is said to be endangered, this one is a good alternative. This dish is best paired with their bulalo meal. I liked that it wasn't too salty compare to the usual tuyo.

Crispy Pata Solo Meal (P179 solo/ 195 unli rice)
This is an affordable version of crispy pata in solo serving. Indeed, it's crispy but I think they fried it using used oil which I could taste in every bite. Hopefully, they could improve this one.

Coco Loco Halo-Halo (P99/ large, P65/small, +P59 as add on to meals)
Underrated halo-halo with creamy taste! It has coconut meat, sago, gata, nata de coco, pinipig, gata, coconut water, vanilla ice cream, and grated salty cheese. Super loved this dessert.

House Blend Tea Drinks (P45/ regular, P55/large, P120/ pitcher)
To compliment your meals, quench your thirst with Hibiscus Red Tea, Kiwi Green Tea, and Four Seasons Tea. I hardly tasted the tea but still passed my expectations.

No need to travel to Tagaytay or Batangas to taste these classic faves especially the bulalo. I guess, for its price, everything is sulit, not to mention that they have unli soup and unli rice option. Their solo meals are good for quick cravings since they are affordable but the tastes aren't compromised.

Bulalo World
Various Branches

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