What kind of food do you serve?
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.
Is there a dress code?
Just like the interiors of our restaurants, we’d like our guests to be relaxed yet elegant, functional but chic—and certainly never shabby. This means no kamisetas and tsinelas, please.
Is there a corkage fee?
We have a list of carefully selected wines that range from P750 to P2,500 per bottle. We ask that you choose from one of our wines; but if you’d like to bring your own, there will be a corkage fee of P500 per bottle.
Are reservations accepted?
Yes, and although we leave a few tables open for walk-ins, we recommend that you make reservations. We will keep your table for fifteen minutes before giving it to the next person in line.
Do you have space for private parties?
Yes, we offer many options for private functions in all our branches, both indoors and out. We can accommodate intimate gatherings for as few as eight people and grands fêtes for as many as three hundred.
Who are the people behind Romulo Café?
The granddaughter of General Romulo, Sandie Squillantini, operates the restaurants; her husband, Enzo Squillantini, came up with the concept. Yong Nieva and Ivy Almario designed the interiors and are also owners. Liana Romulo, another granddaughter, serves as curator of the photographs that adorn the walls.