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1st December 2023

Welcome Tatatito into the foodie habit


Tatatito, the newest addition to the F&B ventures of Mc Wilson Restaurant Group (MCW), opens its doors today, February 22, 2022, in the heart of Makati with a creative local cuisine to cater to the more discerning Filipino . 

Tatatito aims to bring families together through genuine Filipino cuisine. It brings classic Filipino dishes with charming nuances in flavor that families and their guests love and would speak of.

Like a playful take on the restaurant’s name with the repetitive syllables starting with letter “t”, Tatatito bids the Filipino come-on with “tara dito” (Let’s all come here). Tatatito invites everyone to enjoy its dishes.

Tatatito’s signature Bamboo Rice selections are distinctly full of flavor. The special technique used to cook the rice brings in exotic flavors and tasty aroma that go perfectly well with Filipino dishes.

For Filipinos here and the world over, the comfort of food that evokes home, and where this  notion of home brings them, grabs their primary attention.

Tatatito delights those in search of the authentic but with surprise meldings that show why Filipino cuisine endears and endures. Its menu includes the sought-after dishes that are done the Tatatito way: Crispy Pata, Fried Chicken, Sarsaparilla BBQ Pork Liempo, Sizzling Bulalo Steak, Crispy Binusog na Pusit which are just some of the chef’s recommendations.

Reagan Tan, CEO of MCW, says “Tatatito has full trust in the standard of Filipino recipes and delivers from the rich anchor of Filipino culture. We want to showcase Filipino food in the global setting.”

Located in OPL Building, 100 Don Carlos Palanca, Legazpi Village, Makati City, Tatatito has  two stories with a full seating capacity of 72 persons. There certainly is space for safe distancing in these times.

This fresh excitement on native food is provided by an enticing uplift by the restaurant’s spacious, modern, and relaxed interiors. The chic interiors include wall designs that bear geometric motifs and curves derived unmistakably from bamboo and banana leaves.  Custom-made tables and solihiya accented chairs stand on mute-toned and Machuca-tile centered flooring, well-lit from funnel-shaped lamps that beam airy elegance.

Asked about Tatatito’s bestseller, Tan shares they are affirmed by customers’ responses.  “What I found amazing is their response to the assortment of our dishes. Everyone had their own favorites. Each of our dishes made an impression.”

“We find this to be an extremely good sign. We’re incredibly proud of our menu offering. We invite people to come to our restaurant, discover our food, and really let our food do all the talking,” adds Tan.

While on soft opening,  the goodness of Tatatito dishes can also be enjoyed in the comforts of one’s home. Tatatito offers delivery. To order, call 0991-300-5000.


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