Republic of Cavite Restaurant & Catering Services
OverviewCity Hall Road, Brgy. San Agustin Trece Martires City, Cavite, 4109
The Republic of Cavite Restaurant is a perfect destination for connoisseurs of good food and for Cavite history aficionados.
phone: view phone(046) 686-7271 / (046) 432-32-89 / (046) 437-60-55 / (0918) 9281296 / (0922) 8652685
fax: view fax(046) 437-60-55
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The Republic of Cavite Restaurant is a perfect destination for connoisseurs of good food and for Cavite history aficionados. For one, it prides itself with the excellent food service management long established by Town’s Delight The Caterer.
A sojourn to the historic province of Cavite is never complete without bringing home special delicacies for which the province came to be known.
And for this goal, the best place to visit is the Republic of Cavite situated right at the heart of Cavite’s capital. Starting from the edifice, the Republic is a replica of Emilio Aguinaldo’s mansion in Kawit, Cavite and has rooms and function halls aptly named after historic places. But the best thing about the restaurant is its wide array of native delicacies that are unique and really delicious as they are prepared with original recipes.
Who wouldn’t be fascinated and intrigued by delicacies called Lihim ni Lola, Lihim ni Emilio and Paborito ni Aguinaldo? Lihim ni Lola is an original recipe of Town’s Delight’s matriarch Mama Cely. One look at it and you would think it’s your ordinary rice pudding. But as you munch the glutinous violet rice cake, you would reach its super delicious filling that only Lihim ni Lola has. It’s called lihim because it is supposed to be a little secret and the only way to discover it is to go grab a piece and unravel the secret for yourself! Lihim ni Emilio, on the other hand, is a yummy dessert consisting of suman sa ibos, chico and mango topped with ice cream and pinipig.
Another blockbuster among patrons is Paborito ni Aguinaldo, fried camote strips rolled in ground peanuts and jackfruit strips and finally wrapped in lumpia wrappers.
These lip-smacking delicacies are perfectly paired with cold flavored salabat with langka, pandan or tanglad, just pick your choice of flavor.