Bulalo at Josephine’s Restaurant, Tag...

by Wedding In The Sky on 05/28/2011 - 04:41 pm |

Tag: Foods

Bulalo at Josephine’s Restaurant, Tagaytay

  Josephine’s Restaurant in Tagaytay will make you fall in love with Filipino food for the first time and in some cases all over again. Beautifully located along the Tagaytay ridge offering panoramic views of Taal Volcano, while providing the comfort of truly amazing Filipino classics such as bulalo, bistek tagalog, sinigang na sugpo and crispy pata. I never truly appreciated Filipino food growing up, but Josephine’s has reawakened that deep rooted hunger within.   The original Josephine Restaurant was opened in 1966 in Kawit, Cavite and has branched out to Cubao, Baclaran, Pasay, Makati, Greenhills, and Tagatay opened in 1995. It is conveniently located opposite the Summit Ridge Hotel and boasts floor to ceiling windows, ample free parking, an air-conditioned main dining hall as well as al fresco dining and experienced service staff.   You can’t help but feel right at home with the courteous staff, spacious seating and fast service.   Tagaytay is known for Bulalo soup especially during cold weather.  There are numerous bulalo restaurants that line the ridge, but nobody does it like Josephine.  Bulalo is a classic tendon and beef shank soup with leeks, onions, plantains, pechay and potatoes. Make sure to create your own special sauce of calamansi, chili labuyo and patis (fish sauce). Don’t forget to dig out the bone marrow, this is just cholesterolicious!   Bulalo is notoriously enjoyed with an ample serving of garlic rice. Surprisingly we were able to finish the soup to the last drop which is normally a serving for four people.   If the weather permits, we would highly recommend having afternoon cocktails at their view deck.   Bulalo at Josephine’s Restaurant, Tagaytay   Josephine’s Restaurant in Tagaytay will make you fall in love with Filipino food for the first time and in some cases all over again. Beautifully located along the Tagaytay ridge offering panoramic views of Taal Volcano, while providing the comfort of truly amazing Filipino classics such as bulalo, bistek tagalog, sinigang na sugpo and crispy pata. I never truly appreciated Filipino food growing up, but Josephine’s has reawakened that deep rooted hunger within. The original Josephine Restaurant was opened in 1966 in Kawit, Cavite and has branched out to Cubao, Baclaran, Pasay, Makati, Greenhills, and Tagatay opened in 1995. It is conveniently located opposite the Summit Ridge Hotel and boasts floor to ceiling windows, ample free parking, an air-conditioned main dining hall as well as al fresco dining and experienced service staff. You can’t help but feel right at home with the courteous staff, spacious seating and fast service. Oysters Rockefeller – PHP 240.00++ ($US 6.00)   For appetizers we had the baked oysters with spinach, buttered garlic and parmesan cheese.  Fresh, light and hit the spot.  Bulalo Soup – PHP 440.00++ ($US 1 ...

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Tagaytay Food Trip!

by Wedding In The Sky on 05/28/2011 - 04:21 pm |

Tag: Foods

Tagaytay Food Trip!

Aside from staying at the Boutique, we decided to try out the different restaurants of Tagaytay. Thursday lunch in Manos Greek Tavern (the baklava was too sweet, the moussaka was delicious), dinner at Hawaiian babyback ribs at The Boutique (mouth-watering and enough of a reason to come back again and again), breakfast in bed courtesy of The Boutique and Friday lunch at Gourmet's cafe (salads are their expertise and they have their own farm and produce store) ending with buco tarts to bring home from Amira's.

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