The forbearer of Peruvian cuisine in Central London, this authentic restaurant offers traditional dishes and a friendly atmosphere.
Showcasing the best of the various regions of Peru, you'll find classics such as lomo saltado, ceviche and pato en Ají.
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4-6 London Bridge StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9SG
- +44 20 7407 7787
Located close to a big train station. The atmosphere is vibrant and there is a lot of people.
The pisco sour was good, well prepared.
The portions are generous so be aware.
The carapulcra was underseason for my personal taste as peruvian but it was decent.
The chicharron was very well done and the onions were fresh.
Good, organized servicemore
I took my mother here (she's from Lima) while she was here visiting me from the US and I'm surprised she didn't go into the kitchen herself and show the cooks a thing or two.
We ordered 2 anticuchos, aji de gallina, ceviche.
Let's proceed from best to worst shall we?
The anticuchos were good as usual. You can't go wrong with beef heart. I had one whole plate to myself and...more
Tito's, you get two stars. Mainly because my hubs liked his food a lot, even though they both seemed to be smothered in vaguely the same cheezy sauce, and because the service was pretty decent for a massive group of people.
I can't speak to the decor, because we were tucked away alone in the very hot upstairs and didn't see much of the rest of the place.
I got the calamari to start which...more
Tito's is a rare Peruvian restaurant in London. While I must admit I haven't been to the other one I know of (Lima), I can tell you this one is for real. Great menu, authentic taste and the ambience can serve both the casual and the romantically inclined. I can't remember what all we ate, but there was a lamb coriander dish that was delightful, as was the ceviche.more
Never tried Peruvian food before. I'm frequently in Tito's for dance classes and finally got tempted enough to pop in.
The experience was quite average but overall pleasant mostly due to delicious and generously served mains. I don't know what they put in that gravy but it was smashing!
As always happy to see South American wines on the menu, not so much having to try it in brandy glasses ;)....more