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Bulalo Point, Tagaytay

On the way back from Laiya, Batanas, I had a craving for Bulao! So we decided to stop by Tagaytay City and search for some really great Bulalo.

Who doesn’t love Bulalo? Well, unless you are vegan or a health food nut, bulalo is one of those local delicacies which brings your stomach straight to heaven (and you if you eat too much of it, you will go to heaven sooner than expected).

Along the ridge overlooking Taal Volcano, you will soon encounter an assortment of restaurants offering the delectable dish. What caught our eye… in a big bold sign… was Bulalo Point.

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A nice little place with some tables that overlook Taal lake.

We arrived there at around 11am… and the all of the little kubos where already all taken. By the time 12 noon rolled in the parking lot was full and the place was crowded. So if you do plan to go here… be sure to arrive early.

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Afraid of over ordering for 2 pax… we just decided on two items… The Special Bulalo (funny thing was there was no “Regular” Bulalo option on the menu). And… Bicol Express for a semblance of vegetables.

I actually wanted to order a crispy pata as well, but I think that was pushing it.

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And thus it arrived in the classic palayok…

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I opened it up, and amidst a nice steam of beefy goodness… our bulalo

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The soup and the bulalo were simply… AWESOME!

Word of warning. This is advertised for 2 pax. But I guess depending on how hungry you are, this could stretch out to 3-4 people.

And if you are wondering… YES! I ate the bone marrow! In all its cholesterol-drenched goodness!

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Our Bicol Express came. It was good… but didn’t taste like the bicol express I an used to. It resembled more gising-gising to me.

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Not sure if this is the best bulalo in Tagaytay… but it was sure good! I will come back here.