Say ‘I Love You, Nanay’ with a Tatatito Feast

Celebrate mom with the bounty of the sea served with the warmth of Filipino cuisine.

There are so many ways to say “I Love You” to our moms and mother figures, but there’s only one Tatatito Filipino Home Kitchen.

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At Tatatito, each dish is meant to radiate the warmth and comfort Pinoy food has been known for, which is also one of the reasons why a lot of Filipinos love their mom’s cooking — it’s always made with love and always mouth-wateringly delicious.

Starting May 1st, diners can enjoy two new dishes showcasing Tatatito’s unique perspective and interpretation of Filipino food. As a treat for all moms, Tatatito is rolling out two unique renditions of classic flavors.

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Inspired by the subtle flavors and bold look of adobong pusit, the culinary team and owners Reagan and Aileen Tan of the Mc Wilson Group came up with Squid Ink Bamboo Rice. Cooked the same way as their selection of Bamboo Rice, it infuses the rice with mild earthy flavors. The addition of roasted garlic and cherry tomatoes provide additional taste and texture without overpowering any dish paired with it. It comes with a wedge of lemon to brighten the dish and its flavors. It’s best enjoyed with Tatatito’s signature dishes, like Tatatito Fried Chicken, Tuna Belly Inasal, Classic Crispy Pata, and Crispy Binusog na Pusit

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If you or your mom love seafood, Tatatito’s new Ginataang Salmon will surely satisfy your creamiest cravings. Get the best of both worlds with a huge slab of salmon — its skin still crisp and savory — while the rest of the fish is sitting on a bed of beautifully silky coconut sauce. To balance the creaminess of the sauce, it’s served with vegetables mustasa, cherry tomatoes, string beans, okra, eggplant, and onions. Despite having some green chilis, the dish is not spicy at all, making it ideal for the entire family to share.

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So on Mother’s Day, say “I Love You, Nanay” in the most delicious way: with a Tatatito seafood feast made with love.  

Tatatito Filipino Home Kitchen is located at the ground floor of OPL Building, 100 Don Carlos Palanca Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City. Open daily (Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 10pm; Friday 8:30am to 11pm; Sat to Sun 8am to 9pm). For online orders, call 0991-300-5000 or order through GrabFood and FoodPanda (available in select locations).

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