In the Heart of Little Philippines
Unknown to many Vancouverites, a small piece of the Philippines has established itself near Fraser and 25th Avenue. Philippine bakeries, grocery stores and tea houses are clustered within this two-block stretch. Bulalohan Sa Ilocos, situated at the centre of this little neighbourhood, serves up tradition dishes from the Ilocos region of the Philippines, on the South China Sea.
Traditional Philippine Fare
Bulalohan Sa Ilocos serves the food of the Philippines, which is traditionally influenced by Spanish and Chinese cooking. It’s also milder than many Asian cuisines, which makes it perfect for those without taste buds of steel. Favourite dishes at Bulalohan Sa Ilocos include Tinolang Mankok, a ginger chicken and vegetable stew; Adobong, a spiced marinated meat; and Bihon Guisado, also known as fried rice.
Fast Food Features
Bulalohan Sa Ilocos is a great place to take a group with different tastes because there is something for everyone. In addition to Philippine cuisine, the menu also includes a selection of sandwiches, noodles and soup. The atmosphere is casual and the service is friendly. Phone for take out or home delivery. Bulalohan Sa Ilocos will also cater.