Tagaytay Mahogany Bulalohan

Mahogany Ave., Tagaytay, Cavite

Tagaytay Mahogany Bulalohan
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Gj A.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Rachelle A.
5.0 Stars

Whenever we go to Tagaytay, I prefer eating bulalo at Mahogany Market. Why? because the price is cheaper with more serving of bulalo and tawilis (my favorite combo!)

1 serving of bulalo good for 3-4 persons (in our case, 5), will satisfy your craving! You can ask the ate's and tita's to refill your soup for free! You even get free saging and kapeng barako. What more can you ask for? You can choose to eat from several stalls who serves bulalo (same price!)
Tawilis-200php (I prefer small ones because it's crunchy and you can eat even the fish bones)
Chicharong Bulaklak-250php

Place: If you are not the "maarte" type and you prefer a more affordable and a better tasting bulalo then the ambiance is not that important.

Great value for money indeed!

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Andi E.
5.0 Stars

So we went to Tagaytay to experience some cold breeze and have some warm soup of Bulalo. Tagaytay is where you can find the best Bulalo in town. I am not really a fan of Bulalo, but seriously, this is where I ate the best, flavorful and most tender meat. Mahogany Market. You should try this one because it is really affordable and just the best out there. It is best to go with fried Tawilis.


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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

If you want real Tagaytay bulalo, this is it. But don't expect anything fancy, clean, and airconditioned. But with the cool tagaytay breeze, who needs airconditioning anyway??? As how dampa's gets their ingredients fresh from the sea or the nearby seafood market... the bulalohan's here get their fresh produce from the market just downstairs or across the street. You could already smell bulalo in the air even as you enter!

I love how the bulalo is served piping hot and bubbly, on top of an open flame. The smell from the bulalo's steam made it even more enticing! Then that first sip of the broth was pure heaven, bursting with putok-batok flavor! 128560 A couple other things you gotta try are the tawilis and sisig. The tawilis, little fish fried to a crisp and dipped in vinegar, was amazing. The sisig was spicy and crunchy, just the way i like it. Shout outs to the okoy as well... this was unexpectedly good too!

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