Andy’s Famous Batangas Lomi & Bulalo is well-known not only for its Batangas Lomi but also for its Bulalo. Hot steaming beef soup with cow shanks and marrow and some veggies, a mixture to hunger for! Some Filipinos even make the trip to Tagaytay specifically to eat this meal.
The Batangas Lomi is piled high with Special Kikiam, squid ball, liver, and Liempo, just to name a few toppings. The standard portion is suitable for two individuals, while the Special can feed anywhere from three to five. The Sizzling Bulalo Steak is an original Filipino cuisine that is hard to find elsewhere.
Andy’s Famous Batangas Lomi & BulaloMenu:
Super Lomi Jr
Super Lomi Big
Sizzling Sisig Rice
Sizzling Sisig Special
Kare Kare Laman
Kare Kare Pata Ng Baka
All Time Favorites
Andy’s Original Tapa
Pancit sa Bilao
Pancit Miki Bihon
Canton Bihon Sa Bilao
Pancit Canton Sa Bilao
Pancit Miki Guisado
Extra & Drinks
Andy’s Famous Batangas Lomi & Bulalo Online Delivery Information
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Andy’s Famous Batangas Lomi & Bulalo Branch Finder & Opening Hours
Currently, Andy’s Famous Batangas Lomi & Bulalo has 5 branches across the Philippines. Below you will find the exact address per location and daily opening hours.
Malakas: 98 Malakas Street, Central, Quezon City, Opened 8am – 9pm
Visayas Ave.: 17 Visayas Ave., Vasra, Quezon City, Opened 8am – 9pm
Caloocan: B1 L4 Zapote Street, Caimito, Caloocan City, Opened 8am – 9pm
Marikina: 1 Kaunlaran Street, Kalumpang, Marikina City, Opened 8am – 9pm
Singalong: 2038 Singalong Street, Malate, Manila, Opened 8am – 9pm
Andy’s Famous Batangas Lomi & Bulalo Contact Information
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