Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Return to RUFO'S!!!

In the late 1980s,
the Makati Avenue area
was the place to be:

the coolest bars,
the hottest babes,

were all in this part of Binayland
before it inadvertently morphed,

20 odd years later,
into a strange amalgam of
Koreatown + Red Light District.

Back then,
after a hard day's night of drinking,
our noses would literally lead us to the aroma
of tapa, fried eggs, and garlic rice
arising from this legendary tapsilog joint
that opened way back in 1984:

This is the legendary TapSi of RUFO's,
the only tapa in MetroManila
that, Cow Label-like,
was served smothered with a sweetish gravy,

a perfect counterpoint
to the saltiness of the "sunny side up",
and the spice of the sinangag:

Rufo's Tapsilog now costs P74.00 per order,

and sadly,
there are no more views of
bodacious blondes walking by in short shorts;

where I.S. (International School) once stood,
is this barren wasteland:


Anonymous Toni said...

Yes! Rufo's! Napakasarap ng kanilang tapsilog. Pati corned beef! Tsaka danggit! Perfect breakfast place and nightcap place. Yikes I'm craving tuloy.

October 24, 2007 at 8:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

try Rufo's in San Miguel Ave.

October 25, 2007 at 4:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gusto ko yung boneless bangus ng Rufo's! but i last ate it 10 years ago. -ajay

November 8, 2007 at 6:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try Rufo's in the following branches!:

MAKATI: 4736 Kalayaan Ave., cor. Salamanca St., Barangay Poblacion (in front of the old International School). 899-4207, 899-3811.
*OPEN 24/7.

PASIG: Lot 9 Block 5, San Miguel Ave., Barangay San Antonio, Ortigas Center. (near University of Asia and the Pacific) 638-2038, 633-2649.
*OPEN 24/7

LIBIS: 2/F Intrepid Plaza, E Rodriguez Ave., Libis, Quezon City (Beside Eastwood City). 631-3378
*OPEN 24/7
Head Office:
Ground Floor, Rufo's Building, 4736 Kalayaan Ave., corner Salamanca St., Barangay Poblacion, Makati City. 896-8802, 897-6285

Email Address:

December 28, 2007 at 9:08 PM  

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