We were supposed to dine at Rue Bourbon in Tomas Morato since we booked lunch via Eatigo a day ago. Upon arrival, we were disappointed to find out that Rue Bourbon was closed at the time. We tried contacting Eatigo from the number posted on their app and website, but no one was answering our call. We searched for nearby restaurants, saw Vittorio’s Steakhouse Pasta & Pizza and checked right in. It was a good move.

Named after his father, Vittorio’s Steakhouse was established by Chef Victor Daluz Jr. after working in different resorts in United States for more than three years. The first restaurant was located in Kamuning and then moved to Tomas Morato right beside the salon of Fanny Serrano. The food consists of largely steak (USDA Ribeye, USDA Porterhouse, Tomahawk steak, Sirloins steaks), pasta, and pizza.

Review of Vittorio’s Steak House (Tomas Morato, Quezon City)

Ambiance:

Instead of the usual massive, carefully decorated steakhouse setup, Vittorio’s Steakhouse has minimal design. The space looks quite trendy (if a little unpredictable), with barren walls, interesting mix of back splashes, dark wood furniture, dim and moody lighting, and noticeable music that provides a classy feel. Overall, the dark palette gives the restaurant chic sophistication with a certain air of mystery.

Food:

The Overload Pizza (PhP 350) was literally “overloaded” with cheese, bell peppers, and olives, reminiscent of a homemade pizza. Baked with gooey and thick cheese, this pizza was glorious. It’s big and good enough to be a crowd-pleaser. The crust didn’t come out too crispy as we liked but we’re happy it had a lightly fried texture and it’s not soggy. The crumb was a bit chewy but not as soft and fluffy as a New York–style Sicilian slice.

Sirloin Steak with Steak Rice (PhP 710) must be a foolproof dish at Vittorio’s. Cooked medium-rare doneness as requested, it was perfectly seasoned, paired with delicious sauce, and served with corn kernels and carrots on the side. Huge on beefy flavor, the steak was moderately tender with a good marbling and a lean and tight texture (no large pockets of fat). We loved it!

Price for Value:

Vittorio’s Steakhouse in Tomas Morato provides good food and service that make customers’ every dining experience memorable. It’s a steakhouse you visit for a power meal: a private party, corporate dinner, any special occasion, or even a big Saturday night out because you haven’t had one in a while. If you glean one thing from this review, it should be this: Vittorio’s steak is really good. There’s something special about their US Angus steak that keeps patrons coming back. So yeah… order the steak and get your money’s worth. Your wallet may hurt a bit, but your stomach will thank you. 😉

32 Sct Borromeo, Tomas Morato, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
Date Published: 09/10/2017
For inquiries, call (02) 738 6564 or email vittoriosph@gmail.com
4 / 5 stars
Review of Vittorio's Steak House (Tomas Morato, Quezon City)
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4.0Overall Score

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11 Responses

  1. Marvi

    Rue Bourbon unexpected unavailability seemed like a blessing-in-disguise as you’ve found a great alternative… I love steaks and Vittorios’ steak looks yummy!

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  2. Dan Aman

    I have eaten at this place and Victor is a friend. We used to work together in the USA. He’s a Great chef, the food is so masarap at Vittotio’s I’d recommend this place to everyone GREAT FOOD GREAT SERVICE & GREAT ATMOSPHERE. 🍻

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  3. Heather

    I hate fatty steaks! It sounds like you found a great restaurant. A restaurant that doesn’t answer phones is one I’d question too. The pizza looks really great too! I like its coziness. Sometimes really large restaurants mean it’s so loud you can’t hear who you are dining with. A big downside to chains and a plus for small business restaurants.

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  4. Fred

    There are so many restaurants in Tomas Morato area which I have not even seen even if we are frequently there. Thanks for pointing this one out. Just a comment about the word Overload applied to a Pizza, weren’t there copyright issues? 🙂

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  5. Ana Rose | Roads and Pages

    I just downloaded eatigo in my mobile phone. How long have you been using the app? How do you find it? I haven’t tried it yet because I am not fond of eating in restaurants. By the way, the pizza looks mouthwatering. I will surely try it if I have a chance.

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    • Rochkirstin Sioco

      We have used Eatigo three times. The app is user-friendly and I like that it displays the restaurants in a map so you would have a clear picture on the nearby places to eat. What’s just sad is that they also display the dates/times where the restaurant is closed or unavailable. So, diners should be aware to first contact the restaurant before booking or heading out. You should try out BigDish as well. It also offers big discounts upon reservation.

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  6. David Elliott

    I really do like the minimalist of the steakhouse that you have here. I think that when the food does the talking for your restaurant it makes for better food. The steak with rice that you have pictured looks absolutely delicious.

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  7. Tiffany Yong

    The pizza doesn’t look as burnt or brown as I would like it… I don’t eat beef, but my boyfriend will disagree on how steak isn’t foolproof~ I think he had his fair share of bad steak~ haha~

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