Pat-Pat’s Kansi has been on my list of restaurants to try out after hearing that they have bulalo and they are near my place. The bulalo they serve is a bit different due to the taste of the soup which is sour. Think of it as bulalo ingredients in a sinigang soup, two of my favorite soups in one dish.
They offer two kinds of bulalo, the one with the bone (Php145) and all meat (PHP135) version. Since this was my first time here, I opted for the one with the bone to complete the experience. After we ordered, we were given the utensils with a stick and a knife which will be used to dig into the bone to get the bone marrow.
Pat-Pat’s Kansi Bulalo – PHP145
When this was placed on our table, I was very amazed and excited of the size of the bone and the amount of unhealthy goodness it contains. It has a few chunks of meat in the soup and lots of ligaments hanging on the bone but the main part would be the bone marrow inside the bone waiting to be harvested.
What I did was to mix the bone marrow with soup and my rice and in a few seconds later, I was requesting for extra rice. I didn’t realize that I ate that fast till I checked my plate.
Boneless Bangus – PHP180
We underestimated their bulalo so we ordered this dish as an alternative. It turns out that we didn’t need this one and had to take it out.
I would definitely return here for more bulalo goodness but I’ll opt for the all meat version next as I already had my fill of bone marrow (got a headache about eating).
Till next time,
Pat-Pat’s Kansi, Kamagong
Kamagong cor. Sampaloc St. San Antonio Vill.
Makati, Metro Manila
Restaurant by Location: Makati