Sisig with a twist

Romulo Café reinvents the classic Pinoy dish sisig in a bid to elevate the Filipino cuisine game one step higher. 

The café serves Chicken Inasal Sisig—its own style of sisig made with chicken inasal strips instead of traditional pork meat, mixed with spices topped with chicken skin chicharon. A squeeze of fresh calamansi further highlights the flavor of this dish.

Romulo Café’s Chicken Inasal Sisig
Romulo Café’s freshly-cooked sisig is ready to give warmth during the rainy season. 

Chicken Inasal Sisig is now available in all Romulo Café local branches in Scout Tuazon, Tomas Morato, Quezon City; Jupiter Street, Makati; and Azumi Hotel in Ayala Alabang.

Topics: Romulo Café , Chicken Inasal Sisig
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