Lugaw, itlog, tokwa’t baboy: here’s a comforting food combo during a fun morning ride.
Whenever we go to Tagalag Fishing Village in Valenzuela for a morning ride, we make sure to stop at Lugawan ni Bunso for a hot lugaw.
It is homey. Chairs and tables are set up inside a compound. There’s nothing fancy here, they have wooden tables that have those typical pinoy waterproof covers. The kitchenwares are those cheap reusable plastics. But let us tell you, we’re loving its vibes.
At the back of the restaurant is the view of the Polo River. The air is refreshing and it’s really quiet. We think it’s because there are not many cars passing through this area.
According to one of its servers, they just opened a few months ago. One of the residents of this compound decided to set up this small lugawan because he thought that it’s a good location. Well, it surely is. Aside from its neighbors, usual customers include cyclists who visit the fishing village.
Among the many food places in the area, Lugawan ni Bunso is quite popular. It’s not surprising at all, the lugaw is good and it’s cheap.
For fifty pesos, you can already enjoy their lugaw plus some additional food. We highly recommend boiled eggs, lumpia and tokwa.