Named after Manuel Acuna Roxas, the last President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines and the first President of the Third Philippine Republic, Roxas City is hailed as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines. Strategically located east of the northern coast of Panay Island facing the Sibuyan Sea to the north, Roxas City offers a myriad of succulent seafood delights ranging from shellfish and squid to different varieties of fish. The richness and diversity of marine agriculture in Roxas City makes it the Seafood Capital of a country with more than 7,000 islands to its name. Roxas City is home to one of the richest fishing grounds in the country.As testament to its thriving seafood industry, the city supplies seafood products to other parts of the Philippines and various countries such as Japan, Taiwan, and as far as the U.S.A.

For sumptuous seafood dishes, head only to Café Terraza, the first and only scenic hilltop-dining destination in Roxas City. They offer palatable seafood, pork and chicken dishes, mouthwatering desserts, refreshing beverages, and aromatic coffee concoctions amid a backdrop of rolling greens and endless blue skies at Pueblo de Panay, the emerging commercial-business district in the city. At Café Terraza, they take pride in our culture and heritage. They believe in exemplifying culinary excellence and providing stellar customer service to tourists and local residents alike.









Cafe Terraza is located at Circulo Convention Center inside Pueblo de Panay Township in Roxas City, Capiz.

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