Having fun has no age limit. Whoever told you that growing old is all about being serious and no fun is a total fraud. There is also no rule that states how much fun you can only have especially if you are feeling like celebrating even just the most miniscule thing you want to celebrate about!
Having a soul and a heart that continue to spread positive vibes all around and an outlook that is the same as or close enough to a hopeful kid inspired to live life to the fullest is just a wonderful element to kick off an awesome experience you will be able to cherish for the rest of your life.
“Adulting” is such a hard transition in life. It surely doesn’t come with a manual and it’s not a subscription you can just cancel once you have found out that it is not as easy and as fun as you thought it would be when you were younger. We can’t judge you and we are not to when you are in denial of being a tita or a tito, but let us tell you this, embrace it, love it, and delight in it, because not everyone gets to be the cool fun tita or tito that you sure are!
With that, celebrate your titaness and titoness at Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew, wherein everything is made in-house, including their refreshing, chill drinks and oh so yummy desserts that is best eaten with a bunch of people dear to you.
Start your celebration with some of their Platittos! which are their appetizers such as their Nacho El Gigante (Medio Php 295 Good for 3 pax | Grande Php 545 Good for 6 pax) that is nothing short of a mountainous serving of crispy tortilla corn chips topped with beef barbacoa chunks, pico de gallo, jalapeno slices, shredded lettuce, chimichurri salsa, melted cheeses, and Mexican cream.
Other than their nachos, you can also have a few of their other appetizers like the Tapas de Chipa (Php 295) which are soft and chewy cheese puffs served tapas-style with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and truffle honey, and the Tuna Tirataki (Php 275)which is a play on Peruvian tradition and Japanese tataki, seared sashimi-grade tuna with sweet and tangy spice mix, fried garlic, black coral tuile served with a tirataki soy sesame dressing.
Another way to kick-start the fun here at Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew is get a healthy dish which is no less of a tasty one, for sure! They have a bunch of different salads called Ensalada! – one of which is their La Lucha Salad (Php 320) that are of mixed salad greens, quinoa, corn, candied cashews, oyster mushroom tempura, cherry tomatoes, and crumbled queso fresco served with honey balsamic dressing.
Follow those with more partyin’ as you get stuffed up with their Chiquitos (Php 155) which is undeniably a crowd favorite because this one is a serving of deep fried chicken tacos with their awesome salsa taquera, sprinkled with crumbled queso fresco and Mexican crema!
After having a treat which is not only an easy fave, but totally an easy eat as well, what you should go for is one of their delicious Pizzadilla variants that is the Truffle Pork Pizzadilla (Php 345), a delightful flour tortilla pizza with truffle béchamel sauce, torched pork belly strips, and melted cheeses, topped with garlic bits and latin spices.
And then, when you feel like your tummy needs more satisfying, of course Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew also has tons of main dishes which they call Platos Grandes! for nothing. A must-try are their Blackened Tuna Jaw (Php 745) which is lava-roasted tuna jaw BBQ with latin spices, served with grilled lime and honey chipotle sauce and their Tittos Signature Steaks especially the USDA Prime Angus Ribeye Steak (440g Php 1750) which is a plate of pan seared angus steak served with torched sofrito butter, crispy beef bits, Peruvian pink peppercorn, lime, latin gravy, and your choice of side dish.
All those savory dishes that has you poppin’ surely will also make you crave for something that could fill your huge sweet tooth. Good thing Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew has some lip-smacking good desserts or as they call it, Postres!.
Their Dulce De Leche Cheesecake (Php 250 | Php 1650) is such a delectable frozen ice cream cheesecake that is of dulce de leche and caramelized corn flakes, with strawberry puree and chocolate sauce; while their Sinful Chocolate Cake (Php 225 | Php 1500) is a lovely layered chocolate cake, kahlua chocolate mousse, chocolate ganache, and chocolate syrup, served with caramel popcorn and strawberry slices.
Plus, to help you down all those that you have munched on and finished off, their Milkshakes are such amazing drinks that would definitely give you more energy boost for all that revelling coming up. You can have their Horchata Milkshake (Php 160) which actually is rice milk with almond syrup and cinnamon, topped with shredded chocolate; their Mango Vanilla Milkshake (Php 160) which is fresh mango shake mixed with vanilla syrup and fresh milk; or their Choco Banana Milkshake (Php 140) which is banana puree with chocolate syrup and fresh milk, topped with banana chips.
Truly, dining in and with Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew will get you pumpin’ with celebratory vibes and tight bondness among your loved ones over a ton of their delicious offerings as Chef Jerwyn Rabo and the whole of their team aims to highlight your experience with ultimate memorable flavors, creating recipes that take after both the Latin Americas and the Philippines, and then molding both together into a downright scrumptious passion!
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Address: 16 E Capitol Dr, Pasig, 1603 Metro Manila
Contact Number: 0917 812 2243
Hours of Operation: Mondays to Thursdays, 11AM to 10PM, Friday and Saturday 11AM to 1AM, Sundays, 10 AM to 10PM