The province of Cavite has played an integral part in our nation’s fight for independence. This is where our proud flag first caught the breeze of freedom, and where our heart-stirring National Anthem was officially played. This land is the birthplace of heroes, most notably our first President, Emilio Aguinaldo.
This has been a cause of concern for true-blue Caviteños, such as Rem Bunda and his wife Malen. "During the Centennial celebrations in 1998, focus was again shifted to this province’s role in our struggle for independence. I wanted to keep this momentum going," says Rem. This is why their fine dining restaurant, located along the highway, and just a stone’s throw away from the Aguinaldo shrine, is adorned with artifacts and clippings that date back to about the time the Katipunan was hatched.
Most notable of which are a crossbow, a real katana (Japanese sword), newspapers announcing the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and an authentic print depicting our National Hero’s execution at Bagumbayan. A portrait of an ancestor who played an integral role in the Katipunan also occupies a place of honor in the dining area.
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