Upon entering the restaurant, one would not miss the many framed pictures highlighting the many moments in the life of Carlos Romulo. The second floor appears to be almost like a museum. The maze like pattern of the wall paper creates a contemporary atmosphere but the comfortable sofas and pillows gives the place a sense of home. Being a history buff myself, I could not help but tour the place around and hop from one huge picture to another, reading the captions relating to historical occasions in Romulo's life. Even the menus were designed like a history book featuring not only the delicacies of the restaurant but also facts and snapshots of Carlos Romulo and his family.
The food was also great. It was said that most of the dishes in the menu were recipes of the wife of Carlos Romulo whose huge beautiful picture would welcome guests as they step into the second floor of the restaurant.
It is definitely highly recommended. The Romulo Cafe is located along Jupiter Street, corner Comet, in Bel-Air, Makati.
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