Whether it’s the classic nilaga or sinigang, this joint’s versions of bulalo are equally good. (Images: L, June Amiel Palmero; R, Cholo Taguinod)
What started out as a small family business selling goto (congee) in a push cart is now a famous bulalo joint in Quezon City. Bulaluhan sa Ramirez has gotten so famous that even stars like Vice Ganda and Boy Abunda have frequented the place.
Their version of Special Bulalo, priced at PhP155, is a favorite among patrons because for the cheap price, they can get a hearty bowl of classic bulalo. For those who are itching for something different, their Sinigang na Bulalo, priced at PhP105, is also a well-loved dish.
Whether you’re looking for a warm soup for the cold weather or just hoping to satisfy your bulalo cravings, Manila has plenty of bulalo joints for you. Let us know in the comments which of these restaurants are your favorite!