Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew
16 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig, Metro Manila
- 3 Reviews
- 9 Recommend
- 2 Reviewers
- Latin American
Most Recent Reviews
Yes i'm back since our class mate from the States arrived here and i just have to bring her here to meet our chef classmate. Yes. More food to try!
nacho el gigante @315php
Its serving is big, crispy corn crisps with warm melted cheese, tomatoes, jalapeños, chimichurri, and really tender beef chunks. I like the combination of the chimichurri and jalapeño.
18 hour gaucho steak @480php
It's the hanger steak-- suvéed 18 hours so it's really tender. We ask if we can have it rare, but too bad it's been cooked 18 hours already so what we can have is medium well nalang. We took time taking pictures of it and it went cold--the thing is it's still tender. The gravy here is peppery which i like better than the cordero a la parilla's salty gravy. It's farnished by the grilled and blanched veggies and garlic crisps.
paella de carne @320php
Chicken and chorizo tastes really latin. The correctly spiced paella was good, more on the salty side taste. The medio size order was good for 4! Super sulit. I actually like its texture waay more than cocina peruvia's
I dont really recommend this as sides. Kulang sa lasa. Too bad the papas fritas--all of their sides were out of stock. You can ask for ketchup for the dip. They offer the three dips also (sour cream, cilantro and houtsauce--but maybe for an extra charge) but ketchup will do, really.
Please please please order this for dessert. It's like ice cream cheesecake!! I like the cornflakes with cocosugar--sort of-- on to of the cheesecake!!
Still, service needs more improvement. Servers are a bit clumsy and a little unhygienic (dirty hands) lol. Lest they were super courteous naman.
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their nachos and karekare burrito 🏼
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Just recently, this newly opened southern cuisine restaurant went operational from 11am-11pm. The founders of this restaurant were mainly best of friends ever since their high school days and they were all guys-- that explains very well why they chose the name for the place.
If you're gonna visit the place, you would say that everything's planned and well thought of. The tables and chairs are all styled with woodwork design, there were of course a couple of brown colored cushioned seats. I went here around 12pm and it was just the right time to appreciate the place. I think the peak hour is dinner time.
Parking was just breezy for me. I spotted the front yard parking where there are about 4 cars can park--i would not want to park at their side yard because parking there would be one car after the other--not really advisable especially when you are dining alone-- would nOt want to be disturbed in the middle of your dining experience.
There's a separate comfort room at the ground floor and a common CR at the second floor. I opted to stay at the ground floor floor. I was surprised to see it one of its staff using the CR to do his shaving.
The ambience is hip latin. I sat where good lighting was. I was trying to avoid spots where there's no adequate lighting. Their menu (considering it's new) was clean and prepared well. They serve from appetizers, soups, to desserts. Before hand i was given the menu for preview and it was between the fish and lamb to choose from.
cordero a la parilla @395php
--since this protein is not commonly served at restaurants. I was mazed to see how big it is. I was just thinking if riblets. The server forgot to ask me its doneness, it's a good thing i called their attention just right before firing the lamb.
I asked medium rare. Amazed that it was served to me in 15 minutes, but it was a little rare. The correct doneness was only at the rib shaft part. Anyway, i still ate it and like it. It's served with gravy, blanched vegetables (carrots, butter gourd, and string beans) and grilled veggies (cherry tomatoes, garlic, and shallots). The gravy was salty. I actually prefer mint paste to go with my lamb.
chorizo mac and cheese
The order cones with a free side-- this is the side that i would recommend. It's smoky because of the chorizos and got thick cheese in it. It is mildly spiced as well.
Ube churros @210php
Upon previewing the menu, this postre caught my attention and did not bother to look at anything else. This is freshly done as well, but throw away the idea that's gonna look purple outside, because as we all know, churros is being fried and the purple batter turned into brown--nonetheless it's purple inside--very mushy and stuffed. It does not taste Ibe that much, it's overpowered by the caramel and chocolate syrups. It's 7-piece per serving so it's good to share.
I did go to the second floor to find more seats and an al fresco area! It's a little funny to see an office area on the second floor as well. I like the are where you can eat as a group. Oh, there's no wifi. Maybe that's one thing lacking in this place. This is also, since the name implies, a good hangout for chillout sessions. They offer cervesas like brew kettle, negra, smb's and corona.
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