Tuslob Buwa is indeed a different taste of bubbles.
A popular streetfood in Cebu, “Tuslob Buwa” is believed to originate in Brgy. Pasil where residents find it as their daily source of income.
On Tuesday morning, Netizens woke up to the news that “Tuslob Buwa” is now a registered trademark through the Intellectual Property of the Philippines by Azul. This trademark means that any unauthorized use of the word, phrase or logo is against the law.
Azul is one of the popular eateries in Cebu that offer this famous street food, and even got more popular after being featured on Netflix’s Street Food Asia.
Basically, Tuslob Buwa (to dip into bubbles) is composed of pig brain, pork liver or intestines (can be optional), onions, oil, soy sauce or fish sauce, and other assorted seasonings. All of these ingredients will be put together in a pan until it boils. This will be best served with your puso (hanging rice) that will be dip into the pan, as its name suggests. It is economical since you only get to pay for the puso you consumed.