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Papi Chulo’s: A Mexican joint in BF Homes Parañaque

Papi Chulo’s seems like a garage that was converted in to an  al fresco setup restaurant. The place is not intimidating that you want to make it a “tambayan” with your barkada. Decorated with sombreros (which you can borrow for your selfie) and  colorful bandanas. The wall is painted with Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) mural  for that Mexican ambiance.

Papi Chulo's

Papi Chulo's

Papi Chulo’s is located at the busy street of Aguirre in BF Homes, Parañaque. To complete the chillax vibe, even the play list were all about  Mexican hip hop song. Papi Chulo’s  menu is quite playful for some Mexican offerings.

Take a peek below  on what we sampled during our visit:

Papi Chulo's

Elote (P185.00) an authentic mexican snack. The corn is slathered with cream, parmesan cheese and some spices. You can either have it in corn cob or corn kennels, I prefer the latter as it was easier to eat.

Papi Chulo's

Papi Chulo's

The 63C egg added an attraction to the Nachos (P230.00), loaded with queso, cilantro, pulled pork, pico de gallo and jalapeño. I loved that there were no overwhelming flavors and the toppings were equally distributed to the chips.

Papi Chulo's

Tuna Aguachile (P210.00) fresh tuna, aguachile lime marinade, onions, peanuts, cucumber and sweet soy. The tuna is a bit tough and the marinade was too powerful, good thing it comes with a taco shells to make it more fun to eat.

Papi Chulo's

Quesadillas may normally feel light but Papi Chulo’s Shredded Pork Quesadilla (P160.00) is loaded with hefty filling.

Papi Chulo's

Chicharon Bulaklak Taco (P125.00), sinful yet satisfying. It’s an open-faced taco, you may want to roll it up or consume the crunchy chicharon with pickled cucumber and pico de gallo with your fork or bare hand. My favorite among the tacos.

Papi Chulo's
Brisket Taco (P130.00),  the  pulled brisket with chamoy sauce, potato sticks and pico de gallo. The brisket was flavorful but somehow dry.

Papi Chulo's

Chicken Ass Taco (P120.00) , yup that little chicken butt was  fried to perfection mixed with the chamoy sauce and pickled onions. You may want to have cold beer on the side because this taco can  be  a great beer-match.

Papi Chulo's

Al Pastor Taco (P120.00), the grilled pork butt was tender and marinated well,  the pineapple bits added a light fruity taste to spicy salsa arriera and salsa ranchera. Loaded with  cilantro and onions.

Papi Chulo's

Chipotle Pork Belly (P245.00), the pork belly  is  unbelievably tender and delicious. It has the right amount of spiciness and a distinctive smoky flavor.  Served with generous amount of cilantro garlic rice., pico de gallo and esquites (corn salad).

Papi Chulo's

Have a Jose Cuervo Tequila (P80.00/shot) while enjoying Papi Chulo’s dishes. In case you don’t want any alcohol they have Aguas Frescas; Pineapple (P55.00), Cucumber Lemon (P65.00) and Lychees (P65.00)

Papi Chulo's

Mango Pana Cotta (P130.00) was beautifully presented  by adding homemade rice crispies, edible flowers and fresh mangoes. It’s silky, firm but no too rich. The red dots are the chamoy sauce, a sweet and spicy Mexican condiment.

Papi Chulo's

Papi Chulo’s

256 Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City

Monday-Thursday; Sunday 4:00PM-1:00AM

Friday to Saturday 4:00PM-2:00AM

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