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Romulo Cafe

148 Jupiter St. corner Comet St., Bel-Air, Makati, 1209 Metro Manila, Philippines

Romulo Cafe was named after the Philippine diplomat, Carlos P. Romulo. He served 10 years as a Philippine ambassador to the United States and was known for introducing people he met to Filipino food. His family continues his tradition of serving Filipino food the way he knew it.

You may want to try milkfish sisig (bangus sisig)  belly cooked and seasoned with salt, pepper, chilli and other spices and served with pork rinds (chicharon) bits; salad (ensalada) - okra, turnip (singkamas) eggplant (talong), (water spinach (kangkong), tomatoes (kamatis ) and unriped mango (manggang hilaw) served with house shrimp paste (bagoong).

Boneless deep fried pig trotters or knuckles (crispy pata) with shrimp paste (binagoongan) served with eggplant and tomato shrimp paste sauce
Honey garlic spareribs marinated in secret honey garlic sauce

Pansit Puti - noodles cooked in olive oil and garlic chips with shrimps, chicken, green onions and hard boiled eggs
Cool cucumber drink


Monday - Sunday:
Lunch - 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Dinner - 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Romulo Cafe can also be found in

32 Scout Tuason Street 
(corner Scout Lazcano) 
Quezon City | Map 
T: 332-7273, 332-7275, 0927.391 1938

2205 Ground Floor, Azumi Boutique Hotel 
Market Street Madrigal Business Park 
Alabang, Muntinlupa City | Map 
T: 556-1443, 0915.984 2914


Boneless crisp pig trotters or knuckles (crispy pata) with shrimp paste (bagoong)

Flying Fish


Winged bean (sigarilyas)