The well-known variety group blog Patay Gutom reviewed Rose and Grace a couple of years back. Reyjr – a veteran blogger and one of PG’s regular writers – tried out the bulalo and had this to say.
Must try of course, is the famous Special Batangas Bulalo (P350) – a hearty bowl of warm bulalo soup complete vegetables, and a massive portion of beef and bone, just the way bulalo should be. And don’t forget the “utak” or bone marrow – for the ultimate cholesterol high. Haha! Awesome. It is recommended to share – a bowl is good for 2 to 3 people. And for those who love to sip hot bulalo “sabaw”, it’s refillable!
There’s nothing quite the undeniably beefy flavor of Batangas Bulalo. It’s one of the simplest dishes really, it’s a cow shank bone that has been cooking for a very long time in a well-seasoned broth with just the right saltiness and acidity to compliment the natural taste of the beef. The broth is perfect for cold, rainy days and the meat that is literally falling off the bone is a hearty treat. Continue reading
Arpee Lazaro is one of the more influential food bloggers in the country. Up and coming restaurants have been tapping him to organize events for them and I taste his palate and his exacting standards for service to vicariously review food establishments for his readers. Continue reading
The best bulalo in Tagaytay – those are Flaircandy‘s words, not ours. Hanna Villasis is one of the best well-known bloggers in the country so her reviews matter to us. There aren’t a lot of written content about Rose and Grace Restaurant online so her endorsement certainly is a welcome surprise.
Technically though, the restaurant is not in Tagaytay City and is under the jurisdiction of Sta. Rosa City in Laguna. Continue reading
Welcome to the official website of Rose and Grace Restaurant (Sta. Rosa City and Sto. Tomas, Batangas). The site is currently underconstruction.