Finding comfort food at Romulo Cafe


Enjoying lunch with my family and relatives is always the best! We chose to eat at Romulo Cafe located at 148 Jupiter Street (corner Comet, a block from Reposo) Bel-Air Village, Makati City. 

A little introduction taken from romulocafe.com:

The late Carlos P. Romulo was an important figure in international diplomacy. His career as a public servant included seventeen years as secretary of foreign affairs and ten years as the Philippines’ ambassador to the United States. In World War II he was aide-de-camp to General Douglas MacArthur. As a journalist he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1942. Referred to by his colleagues as “Mr. United Nations,” he was elected president of the United Nations General Assembly in 1949. By the time he died in 1985, “The General,” as he was widely known, had received well over a hundred awards and decorations as well as more than sixty honorary degrees from universities all over the world. www.carlospromulo.org

The people behind this restaurant were the grandchildren. Written on their website www.romulocafe.com : Their goal is simple—to honor our grandparents, and to serve delicious food people really eat: the food we call comfort food.

Comfort food indeed!!! Check out what we ordered! Spell S-A-T-I-S-F-I-E-D! ❤

gCrispy Squid deep-fried crispy squid with a chili-honey-garlic glaze   P200
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Tinapa Roll shredded tinapa with red eggs and tomatoes in a lumpia wrapper   P145

eHalaan Soup clam soup   P160dTito Greg’s Kare-Kare oxtail and tripe stew in a peanut-based sauce, served with steamed vegetables and our house bagoong   P450cLola Felisa’s Crispy All-Vegetable Canton crispy canton topped with sautéed vegetables   P180b

Garlic Rice  P55
a

Lola Virginia’s Chicken Relleno (half chicken) roasted chicken stuffed with ground pork, raisins, chorizo, and peas   P615

h

Ginataang Sigarillas with Tinapa winged beans cooked in coconut milk and topped with smoked tinapa   P180

oxtongue

 Lengua ox tongue stewed in red wine sauce   P275

pork

Boneless Crispy Pata Binagoongan deboned crispy pata served with eggplant-and-tomato bagoong sauce   P650

Photography by: Sarah May Tanhuanco 

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