Tucked along a Scout Borromeo in Quezon City, is Vittorio’s a quaint little steakhouse offering the classics with something new.
The latest additions to the new menu started with a corn chowder soup and a crab bisque.
The chopped noodle salad was something Southeast Asian that emulate the sourness of a Thai salad as something fresh to settle you for your main course.
A pleasing highlight was the buttered garlic shrimps that still had bite after the juices ooze out from a freshly peeled, and cooked shelled sea creature. Which we were told, is a customer favorite.
Other starters include baked oysters, beef and mushroom, crab cakes, and soy marinated meat balls.
Pastas are also available like that of the clam linguine and the shrimp pesto for your starches.
Of course, what would a steakhouse be without the steak? Vittorio’s offers options from Tomahawk, bone-in, and other cuts ready to be grilled with their secret recipe rub.
Vittorio’s is open from 11AM to 11PM.