Because a trip here is never complete without bulalo.
Updated November 14, 2020, 2:43pm.
Tagaytay is finally accessible during this time, and we can’t help but plan a trip to have some of that Bulalo especially since the holiday weather has finally arrived.
We all know that a trip here, planned or spontaneous, is never complete without indulging in one of our favorite comfort foods – Bulalo.
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Keep reading to see our curated list of some of the best restaurants in Tagaytay where you can satisfy your bulalo cravings! Keep in mind, however, that Tagaytay has different Covid-19 health and safety guidelines so better check the restaurant first beforehand!
Leslie’s – E. Aguinaldo Highway
Leslie’s is one of the popular restaurants in Tagaytay that offers good bulalo with a view. For a more romantic set-up, the restaurant has separate cottages that you can book in advance.
Bulalo Capital – Aguinaldo Highway
Before the pandemic hit, Bulalo Capital was a bulalo spot that is open 24 hours, ready to serve our utmost cravings anytime, any day. But because of Covid-19 safety guidelines, they can only serve from 6 am to 9 pm.
Viewsite Restaurant – Nasugbu Batangas Road
Viewsite is a restaurant and events place that offers the freshest seafood in town. It just recently relocated to a bigger branch that can also be reserved for parties and other occasions.
Green Ats – Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway
Green Ats is one of those go-to restaurants in Tagaytay because of their good and affordable bulalo. They also have other variations such as bulalo with filling, sinampalukang bulalo, tinolang bulalo, and sizzling bulalo.
Aozora – Aguinaldo Highway
Aozora, meaning blue sky, is one of the newest restaurants in Tagaytay serving authentic Japanese dishes crafted by Chef Seiji Kamura. They offer Japanese breakfast, other Japanese favorites like sushi and sashimi, and ramen with bulalo as a soup base.
Josephine’s Restaurant – Aguinaldo Highway
Josephine’s is one of Tagaytay’s best restaurants that serves authentic Filipino cuisine. Aside from their a la carte menu, they also have an eat-all-you-can buffet and of their best-sellers aside from their bulalo is the Mutya ng Cavite soup.
Mer-Ben – Aguinaldo Highway
Mer-Ben Tapsilogan is a 24/7 restaurant in Tagaytay that offers the best silog meals, bulalo, and tawilis.
No reservations accepted
Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City, Tagaytay
Balay Dako – Aguinaldo Highway
Balay Dako offers traditional and flavorful Filipino dishes with the signature touch of Chef Tony Boy Escalante. ‘Balay Dako’, which is Negrense for big house, is set in a 3-storey house in Tagaytay where each floor showcases a specific section of the restaurant–Terrazas, a semi-open bar on the top floor; Comedor, the main dining area on the 2nd floor; and Silong, the private event area of the restaurant on the ground.
The T House – Calamba Road
From the clean modern architecture to the sound of flowing water and birds in the surrounding fruit-bearing trees, not to mention, the smell of fresh herbs in their food, every facet of T House has been designed to let relaxation flow naturally. One slurp of their Bulalo Noodle Soup will warm your soul.
Bulalo Point – Aguinaldo Highway
Bulalo Point is an affordable Filipino restaurant in Tagaytay that offers good bulalo paired with their crispy tawilis. Other must-tries here include the boneless bangus and sisig.
Rowena’s – Crossing Silang
What used to be just a pasalubong one-stop shop known for their specialty buko and cheese tarts, Rowena’s is now also a Filipino restaurant offering some of our favorites such as crispy pata, sisig, liempo, and bulalo. They also serve pasta, sandwiches, and breakfast meals.
LZM Restaurant – Magallanes Square
LZM is also a popular restaurant in Tagaytay that now has several other branches all over the metro. Their bestsellers include the bulalo, tawilis, and boneless bangus.
Bowstring Asian Bistro – San Jose
Bowstring is a bar and restaurant that serves a variety of Asian-inspired dishes. They’re mostly known for their Pho and Bulalo fusion, called Pho-lalo.
Pamana – Tagaytay – Nasugbu Highway
Pamana is a homegrown and classic Filipino restaurant that opened in Tagaytay in 2009. Aside from its dishes, the place became popular for its homey interiors and photo-filled walls. Three years later, the group opened their second branch in Boracay and then 2 years later, the 3rd branch in Legaspi Village, Makati. Most of the dishes are preserved and updated heirloom recipes from owner Happy Ongpauco-Tiu’s family.
Balinsasayaw – Aguinaldo Highway
Balinsasayaw is a bed and breakfast along Aguinaldo Highway meant for those chill and lazy Tagaytay weekends. Bring the whole barkada as you enjoy the beautiful view of Taal lake while digging into the traditional Filipino dishes and boodles.
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Cover image from Leslie’s Facebook page.