Rose and Grace Restaurant’s Pride: Bulalo

Bulalo at Rose & Grace Restaurant

Bulalo w Vegetables @ Php 400

The Tagaytay experience is not complete without eating Bulalo (clear bone marrow soup) I know there are a lot of restaurants in Tagaytay serve Bulalo however we had ours at Rose and Grace in Sta. Rosa, Laguna which around 15 km away from Tagaytay City proper. We know that Rose and Grace is already known for Bulalo but this is our first time to dine here.

Rose and Grace’s Bulalo is one of the best ones I have tasted to far. The bone was not too big compared to Leslie’s or even Josephine’s. Because the bone is not too big, there is bigger serving of meat. There are two important things which I think everybody looks for when eating Bulalo – the tenderness of the beef and the taste of the soup stock. Both of my pre-requisites for a great tasting Bulalo was satisfied. The beef was very tender and I did not have a hard time separating it from the bone. Every inch of beef was consumed by me and Karla like hyenas who were hungry for days. The soup stock was exquisite! It wasn’t too salty and I could really taste essence of the bone marrow. It doesn’t matter how unhealthy this is but this is so damn good!

Prawns at Rose & Grace Restaurant

Chili Prawns

We also ordered their Chili Prawns as an additional entree. The prawns were really big smothered with chili sauce. They have a “turo-turo” / “carinderia” style wherein you choose the food that you want based on whatever is displayed. Because of this set-up, the shell becomes difficult to separate to its meat. Nevertheless, this one is good too. There are a lot of food to choose from the display and they all look enticing. Rose and Grace is perfect for families / groups because they have big servings.

If you plan to visit Tagaytay, why don’t you stop over at Rose and Grace for some great tasting Bulalo? The restaurant is just after Paseo de Sta. Rosa and it has a big sign so you shouldn’t miss this.

 

Rose and Grace Restaurant
Sto. Tomas, Batangas & Sta. Rosa, Laguna, 4234
(043) 778-1052 (049) 541-1073

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