Enjoy No-Frills Dining At Its Finest At Eastwood Café+Bar
COOK MAGAZINE|April 2018

Eastwood Richmonde Hotel’s all-day dining outlet just got a makeover and is now a restobar that offers all-time favorite local and international dishes from morning ‘til night.

Simply called Eastwood Café+Bar, it is as straightforward as its name with an uncomplicated menu of popular comfort food to satisfy sudden cravings or your usual hankering for a delectable meal. The fusion of the café and bar is part of the hotel’s plan to provide seamless service that takes guests from breakfast to lunch to dinner meals and after-dinner drinks, with coffee and snacks in between, without having to leave your seat. And with its chic yet casual interiors, it evokes a modern and cozy vibe anytime of the day, making it the perfect spot for laid-back business meetings, relaxed catch-ups with friends, or quiet “me time”.

Every morning, Eastwood Café+Bar serves a scrumptious and filling buffet spread of Filipino, Eastern and Western breakfast favorites. The breakfast buffet is available Mondays through Sundays from 6am to 10am for only PhP 680nett, inclusive of coffee and juices.

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