image1 image2 image3

CELEBRATING EXISTENCE| SHARING MY STORIES SINCE 2012 | INFINITELY GRATEFUL

Len's Kitchen in Mahogany Market, Tagaytay

Some say that no trip to Tagaytay is complete without eating Bulalo. 

And if you don't mind sipping your unlimited soup of Bulalo in a place not overlooking Taal Volcano, well, go to Mahogany Market! In there you can find delicious and the real catch, affordable canteens/kitchenettes/eateries whatever you call them that serve bulalo soups and other Tagaytay specialties. 

Len's Kitchen's bulalo tastes a lot better than the restaurant we visited last year. Link: here. Yep, lamang 'yung isa sa view but hindi mo naman kakainin 'yung view eh. Ano gagawin mo dun sa view? HAHAHA. Mas malinamnam na 'yung soup, mas mura pa. 

Along Aguinaldo Hi-Way in Tagaytay, (Nasugbu Bound, right side) you'd see Petron Gasoline Station and papasok dun sa daan dun. Pag merong LTO Tagaytay, hindi ka naliligaw. 

Their menu written on the board.
Condiments
Bulalo
P 300.00
Good for 3-4 persons.


Due to financial constraints, hindi na kami nagdagdag ng ulam and nag-order na lang kami ng rice and drinks pero busog na!



'Yung Mahogany Market is not only for food but they also have a covered court like space for Tagaytay beef. I remember my Mom saying that beef in Tagaytay costs less than beef in Manila. Mas fresh and mas masarap daw. They also sell plants, fruit trees etc. sa may bandang labas.


2 annoying things:

1.Walang paid parking. So iisipin mo na kahit saan na vacant part e pwede kang mag-park then we parked somewhere bandang dulo and when we got down of the car and decided na iikot muna before mag-decide kung saan kakain. May lalake na lumapit sa'min.

"Humarang pa sila. Dito kayo nag-park, di naman pala kayo dito kakain. Hinarangan niyo pa kami."

Dahil dyan, hindi na talaga kami kumain sakanila at hindi inalis 'yung pag-park sa harap nila.

Hindi ba pwedeng,

"For customers lang po ang parking chuchuchu."  Ang rude lang talaga ni Kuya. Sa may bandang dulo to nung stretch ng eateries.


2. Vendors were persistent in selling that they were already annoying.
As in Kuya/Ate, bawal kami magpahinga???

But then, I bought espasol and a plastic of raw pinipig for pasalubong.

Masarap 'yung espasol sabi nung mga kumain. Sabi kasi nung ate e bagong luto raw 'yun. Buti na lang napilit ako.

And masarap din 'yung pinipig, bitin pa nga eh.

So hindi pala gaanong annoying 'yung 2nd. If you're looking for pasalubong then go to Mahogany Market. Haggle haggle din. The espasols were 3 for 100 at first but I was able to make it 4 for 100 then meron pa kong isang libre.

Share this:

CONVERSATION

0 comments:

Post a Comment