Tagaytay is known for its cold and chilly weather.. And what better way to enjoy the cool climate than a comforting hot bowl of Bulalo in the second summer capital of the Philippines!
There are a lot of famous Bulaluhan in Tagaytay. As expected, most of them were on full-house during our visit last Holy Week. Fortunately, we got a table at The Grill by Antonio's past 2pm in the afternoon.
Their bulalo was light and tasty with tender pieces of beef and vegetables. I like the fact that it was not too oily unlike other bulalos I've tried.