Go hungry and load up on delicious bites at Tittos Latin BBQ and Brew, where a curated list of Latin dishes keeps fans of comfort food content. We had dinner here last week. East Kapitolyo is an hour drive away from home with the usual metro traffic, but trying out Tittos’ luscious food made the trip worth it. Since this restaurant specializes in Latin cuisine, your first order of business should include any appealing starter from tacos, churros, nachos, and burrito to mains such as paella, steaks, elote, and chili beans.
Review of Tittos Latin BBQ and Brew (Kapitolyo, Pasig City)
The ambiance was definitely festive, feisty, and colorful. The South American-inspired murals on the walls look very catchy and the wall arts make this place Instagrammable. With a hip and happy crowd, the atmosphere is inviting, evoking a fun feel for large groups of friends and families. Overall, the dining experience at Tittos Latin BBQ and Brew is not to be missed!
As you already know, my husband likes ordering nachos in almost everywhere we visit, and he didn’t skipped on this one. We shared an order of El Gigante Nachos (PhP 275, medio for 3 pax; PhP 545, grande for 6 pax). The nachos were topped with a trio of cheese, tomato salsa, chimichurri, Mexican crema, jalapeños, and chunks of beef. Truthfully, it was not one of the best versions we’ve had. Though it didn’t quite reach the same lofty heights, it was still a gratifying dish. Conveying beefiness and creaminess for the most part, it had just the right amount of crunch and chew.
Sisig Chicharrones (PhP 155) was a hit with crispy pork mask and pork chicharrones leading the way. The onions and pimientos made up for a little bit of spice, while melted cheeses and quail egg served as great accompaniments, all wrapped up into one soft flour tortilla. The familiar flavors here definitely worked!
Beef Barbacoa (PhP 155) arrived with the beautiful house-made squid ink tortillas, meaty heft of shredded beef barbacoa, and chimichurri sauce which gave a great depth to the dishes. All these were tied together by the creamy Mexican crema, crunchy slaw, and potato strips. To elevate the course further, squeeze half of a lime for a nice citrus and zesty twist. A must try!
Chiquitos (PhP 155) also did not fail us that night. We got a really satisfying back-and-forth between the deep-fried tacos and the tasteful salsa taquera. Sprinkled with crumbled queso fresco and Mexican crema, this appetizing dish was spot on: moist on the inside, but still crispy on the outside.
For pizza, we ordered the best-recommended Truffle Pork Pizza (PhP 345) as seen on the menu. While the torched pork belly strips made a strong showing, it did not quite match how it looked. This pizza was shy on the taste of truffle and didn’t impart much of the Latin spices I expected for it to have.
Price for Value:
We don’t often go to Latin restaurants, so I was surprised that I liked the food here. They had a great mix of layered flavors which are simply delicious! Food deserves a thumbs-up, and the great vibe, attentive service, and affordable pricing make Tittos Latin BBQ and Brew a strong contender as a must-visit restaurant in Kapitolyo, Pasig. It’s also a nice place to take a date. Portions are enough for 2-3 people to share.