Bulakenyos sure know how to tickle your tastebuds! Aside from offering some of the best heritage spots in the Luzon, the province north of Manila also boasts of dining spots that will definitely whet your appetites. If you’re planning to go on the ultimate food trip, here are the best Bulacan restaurants to visit.
What started out as a small family business has grown into a full-scale catering and restaurant venture. Hapag Restaurant and Events Place offers traditional Filipino dishes in a welcoming ambiance perfect for families and friends to bond over good food. The business now has two branches — the first one in Malolos and a new one in Baliwag, Bulacan. Eat at your heart’s content for less than Php300.00 is great deal!
Adventurous foodies should try out Nina’s Fried Itik Restaurant. One of the most iconic Bulacan restaurants, this spot is best known for offering an array of dishes using Itik (dark-feathered ducks). The wallet-friendly resto also offers other iconic Filipino dishes in a true Filipino setting, sitting in floating nipa huts while you enjoy their yummy dishes.
Lee Foo Panciteria has been serving Bulakenyos for over 35 years now, and has established itself as a must-visit dining spot if you want authentic Chinese food. They offer big serving at reasonable prices. Lee Foo has another branch in Pulilan, Bulacan.
If you’re looking for somewhere chill and healthy to dine in, Cafe Nenzo is the best spot for you. Aside from the great ambience, the cafe also offers mouth-watering vegetarian options. For those who aren’t sugar-conscious, Cafe Nenzo has a full-range of pastries, cakes and ice blended drinks to indulge in.
Newly opened Dreamy “Unicorn” Cafe is a like a little kid’s dream come true! The one of a kind cafe just opened last March 2017 and has everything unicorn! From rainbow-colored food to outrageously decorated drinks to unicorn onesies available to customers to unicorn stuffed toys — the cafe is like nothing you’ve seen in other Bulacan restaurants.
While their food may not satisfy your hangry tummy, it should be enough to satisfy your sweet tooth and need for an Instagram-worthy snap.
Who says Fridays nights should be spent in noisy, dim-lit bars? If you want to unwind and hang out with friends without the chaos, you can at Coficut Brews & Booze. The cafe bar is open until midnight and offers a range of beers in a cozy ambience with great food. You should also try their cakes and frapuccinos which locals have been raving about. The mood of the place also makes for a good dining spot with the family.
Established in 1970, Citang’s has been an iconic dining spot in Bulacan. It offers some of the best rice cakes and delicacies in the province and has been featured in different local TV channels — from CNN Philippines to ABS-CBN and GMA. Aside from its yummy meriendas, rice meals and pasalubongs, it’s their affordability that makes them a favorite among locals as well as tourists.
Pepper’s Grill is what Filipino dining is all about! A place where friends and family gather over good food and drinks; where the clanking of plates and utensils over loud chatters of guests are welcomed. From grilled food to seafood platters to pulutan, Pepper’s Grill has it all.
Bulacan is a haven on good food, but if you’re looking to satisfy your appetite with Japanese cuisine then Hiromitsu is the best option in the area. It offers a wide range of Japanese favorites at an affordable price.
Dine like a local hero at Bistro Maloleno. The restaurant has been a local favorite not only for serving scrumptious meals, but also for advocating Bulacan’s historical heritage. Bistro Maloleno offers an ambiance straight from one of Jose Rizal’s novels, with waiters wearing baro’t saya and barong.
They also offer a unique bill of fare called “Food of Our Heroes”. It offers some of the favorite recipes of Filipino heroes — from Emilio Aguinaldo to Mariano Ponce. A visit at Bistro Maloleno is defintely a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
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