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Mahogany Market

A trip to Tagaytay is not complete if one will not go on a Mahogany Market tour. This market sells newly slaughtered beef (no offense meant to vegans) so one is assured that the bulalos being served in the carinderias nearby are fresh, not the frozen kind. There's a lot of carinderias to choose from but since my daughter loves purple, we have no choice but be drawn to this carinderia with purple plates! We ordered bulalo and tawilis, the usual pair of soup and fried fish.



Piping-hot bulalo


Unlimited senorita bananas for dessert


That's our "bulalo" in the food warmer!


Crispy Tawilis



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