While Aromas is touted as a coffeehouse, its menu is much more than that. We were a party of ten who went there on the eve of a major holiday for lunch and were treated extremely well. We ordered the local appetizers sampler, as well as tasty, well-prepared entrees and a wide variety of excellent desserts, sich as cheese flan, nutella flan, chocolate brownie cake, carrot cake, and an apple pie-like concoction "a la mode" that my 87-year-old mom wolfed down with delight. Among the side dishes, the arroz mamposteao, a rice dish made with red kidney beans and a variety of small pieces of vegetables and sweet peppers, was particularly good.
The only glitch was that they were in the middle of the process to renew their liquior license, so we were not able to order drinks or wine from the house. No problem, though. We were able to fetch a couple of adequate wine bottles from the market a block away, drank them with our meal, and they did not even charge us a corking fee.
The owner was present and worked as hard as everyone else who served us, all of them working hard with ample smiles all along. The bill came out to less than $25 per person, including tips, which suited us just fine, too.
By the sight of the breakfast dishes that other reviewers have posted, we will definitely return for breakfast soon.
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