Good old-fashioned Filipino food
Heirloom dishes we’ve loved through the years
Carlos P. Romulo, his wife Virginia, and their boys spent some of their happiest years in the United States (1945–1962), where he played a critical role in marshaling the Philippines through to full independence. In the embassy dining room Lolo Carlos often entertained diplomats while Lola showcased her signature dishes.Read More
More Than Just a Place to Eat
Our Romulo Café outpost in Makati is perfect for private parties or corporate dining events. Ideally located in the city’s central business district, you can book all or part of the restaurant for up to eighty guests.
Just Around the Corner
It’s a simple café that grew steadily over time to span an entire city block. With its nostalgic, down-home charm, QC is Romulo Café’s original location. It’s earned us a solid reputation as a reliable Filipino restaurant that serves great food.
Nestled in the ground floor of the charming Azumi hotel is Romulo Cafe Alabang. All flavourful and delicious goodness you expect and deserve brought to your southern doorstep!
A Place to Celebrate
Whether you’re planning a gathering for eight or eighty, we’ll handle it with the ease and expertise born out of years of service in the food industry.
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Come bring the family and visit us and experience for yourself what the value of Fine Filipino Food for Fine Filipino Family is all about.
Crisp, refreshing, and easily enjoyable, Liberator Lager is brewed using a precise selection of high-quality Pilsner malt and finest American hops.
Comfort food, the old-fashioned Filipino kind. Several dishes are made from our family’s heirloom recipes, like Tito Greg’s Kare-Kare. Other dishes have been introduced to satisfy the more modern palate.
Lola Virginia was an exemplary hostess. Newspapers and television regularly featured her, both here in the Philippines and also abroad. She was well-known in the diplomatic circles for her exotic table settings and delectable food.
Carlos P. Romulo, his wife Virginia, and their boys spent some of their happiest years in the United States (1945–1962), where he played a critical role in marshaling the Philippines through to full independence. In the embassy dining room, Lolo Carlos often entertained diplomats while Lola showcased her signature dishes.
What our customers say about Romulo Cafe
"Tasty food + reasonable prices classy ambiance = great value Consistent good quality across its branches. It’s a place where one can bring foreigners. Koreans love going there."01.
"We had our wedding celebration here. Miss Amy and her team were superb! Maalaga si mam amy and very approachable. Romulo’s food was amazing and delicious. We received great feedback from our guests and they loved the food. Two thumbs up, sa Team Romulo Makati! ❤️"02.
"As an event planner of VnC Events and Co., I'm always considering the following when searching for the perfect venue. Friendly and accomodating staff, delicious food, convenient location, ambiance, reasonable package, capacity for any number of attendees, accessibility, and enough parking space. I found everything here at Romulo Cafe. Definitely will come back! Special Thanks to Sir Gilbert. Highly recommended????"03.
"Special thanks to Romulo’s Cafe Alabang esp. Mr. Efren and Ms. Rose. The place is very nice, the staff are very accommodating and the food is very delicious! Thank you again!"04.
"We had a simple celebration of my Papa’s 70th Birthday and they made it really special for all of us. We all love the food… very delicious and the service was great… thanks to Ms Amy of Jupiter branch & to her staff. We will surely come back for more ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"05.
"We had our Year End Party at Romulo Cafe, Makati last night and we had a lot of fun! All the staff were super attentive and polite. A big shout out to Sir Zaldy for your service and to Ms Amy who granted all our requests. Everyone loved the food! Till next time, Romulo Cafe!!!"06.
"Feels like home. Esp with the pictures of CPR who was my dads boss at the Dept of Foreign Affairs. I was actually trying to look for pictures of them both. ????"07.