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Ho bi and the Renaissance City of Malolos


Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Inside Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

My second time in Malolos but my first time to go there on my own and explore the most vibrant city in Bulacan. I had so much fun in Malolos thanks to my friend Jose who invited me over to see Malolos and visit his restaurant called Ho Bi.  They just opened January 2012 so I was very excited to taste their food.  Jose Espanol who’s took up culinary arts at the Center for Culinary Arts, Manila  loves to share his love for food at an affordable price.

My favorite spot

My favorite spot

Aloe Juice and Ice Tea

Aloe Juice and Ice Tea

Inside Ho bi

Inside Ho bi

The establishment is elegantly designed with Chinese and Filipino fused into one.  You wouldn’t think that a place like this can actually exist outside Manila.  Couches on the right side are my favorite if you enjoy chatting with friends while enjoying your food which I did!

Food at Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Food at Ho Bi Chinese Restaurant

Ho Bi's Garlic Bokchoy

Ho Bi's Garlic Bokchoy

Ho Bi's 5 spice fried chicken

Ho Bi's 5 spice fried chicken

Ho Bi's Mapo Tofu

Ho Bi's Mapo Tofu

Ho bi is just right across Puregold Malolos so you won’t miss it. Just go straight from NLEX-Tabang exit and right after the flyover you will see Puregold on the right and a few meters more on the left is Ho Bi. I wasn’t disappointed… It was amazing!  So next time you feel like driving to Malolos be sure to check out this restaurant… it’s a must🙂

Oh by the way did I mention they have FREE WiFi ?  Really a place to chill and relax with friends and at the same time.  Browse online and share your experience using your smart phones or gadgets which I did while I was there.

You can also like their page here.  More photos on my fan page.

  1. April 23, 2012 at 2:57 pm

    Reblogged this on Pinoy Travelog.

  2. COLIN RICHARDS
    September 21, 2012 at 7:04 pm

    Well done HOBI
    Yes excellent in every way – the garlic prawns are fantastic!!!

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