Rojo Coffee: A Passion Project of Two Foodies

Rice Bowl All Day Breakfast Meals at Rojo Coffee
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Rojo Coffee Celebrates Filipino Food and Spanish Cuisine

July 2, 2019, was a memorable day for Jovy Acuzar and Khaled Ostwani. The foodie couple officially launched their passion project, Rojo Coffee and invited bloggers and other people from the media to try out their delectable treats.

Rojo Coffee Grand Opening
Rojo Coffee Grand Opening

Metro Manila is home to numerous coffee shops so what sets Rojo Coffee apart? Well, for Filipinos and even a growing number of foreigners trying Filipino food, eating rice is a must. Filipinos eat rice at any time of the day. What other coffee shops miss offering rice and other heavy meals in their menu, Rojo Coffee proudly offers.

Social media influencers and guests went home winners after they won big in the traditional pabitin game.
Social media influencers and guests went home winners after they won big in the traditional pabitin game.

Jovy Acuzar mentioned that their menu consists of well-thought Pinoy favorites as well as Spanish-inspired foods. They offer sandwiches, different kinds of pasta, rice bowls, and of course, pastries. She also said that their menu price is always lower than Php300. That’s good news for hungry peeps looking for affordable meals. All their menus are done the ‘Rojo Way.’

Rice Bowl All Day Breakfast Meals at Rojo Coffee
Rice Bowl All Day Breakfast Meals at Rojo Coffee
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Jovy and Khaled make sure that their menus are all prepared in-house. There are no flavors enhancers like MSG and freshness is always guaranteed. They are also committed to reducing food waste in the café and they support charities that address hunger issues.

Rojo Coffee puts a flavorful twist to the classic Filipino snack ALAMAT COCO JAM, a sure-hit among their customers.
Rojo Coffee puts a flavorful twist to the classic Filipino snack ALAMAT COCO JAM, a sure-hit among their customers.

On the other hand, their location is just along EDSA, Quezon City. They’re at the ground floor of Victoria Sports Tower Station II. The location is near two of the broadcasting giants in the country so it’s possible you can bump shoulders with a Kapamilya or Kapuso star. Incidentally, the building where Rojo Coffee is located has a members-only activity center. They have a ballet studio, basketball court, area for gymnastics, gym, table tennis, and swimming pool.

Their Story

You might wonder where the term “Rojo” came from. The owners said that it means ‘red’ in Spanish. This word describes Rojo Coffee as they are all about love, joy, energy, and passion. The café was founded in 2018.

Nothing beats a hearty bowl of Filipino favorite with a twist. Rice bowl specialties include Housemade Tapa Bowl, Adobo Flakes, Longganisa Hamonado, Bangus Rice Bowl and more
Nothing beats a hearty bowl of Filipino favorite with a twist. Rice bowl specialties include Housemade Tapa Bowl, Adobo Flakes, Longganisa Hamonado, Bangus Rice Bowl and more

The two owners share the same passion which they want to carry out to the café. They created this café in the hope of giving people the satisfaction that not other cafes can give. The café also accepts takeaway and delivery orders.

You can stay follow Rojo Coffe on Facebook and Instagram @rojocoffe.ph or visit their website www.rojocoffee.ph for updates.

Also read: 5 Must-Visit Dessert Places in the Metro

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