Tito’s Fil-Mex: Now open in Ayala Malls Feliz

There are few Filipino-Mexican restaurants around here in Metro. But most of them are quite pricey for me. Now, there’s another Fil-Mex resto opened along Pasig City and I’m so happy because the food were really affordable!

tito's fil-mex

ABOUT TITO’S FIL-MEX

Opened this August, 2018. This Filipino-Mexican restaurant is owned by Camille Prats and her husband VJ Yambao. So if you want to see them or the Prats family, drop by at their resto and you might see them there! :)

tito's fil-mex

Upon entering the place, you will see colorful tables and chairs.

The kitchen is kinda open so you can see how they cook and prepare the food.

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Kitchen on the left, mini bar on the right
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Their mini bar
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Condiments and toothpicks

The main event…FOOD!!!

tito's fil-mex

DRINKS

For the drinks, they have beers, spirits, shakes, house wines, cocktails, etc.

tito's fil-mex
Home Blend Iced Tea (90 php)

APPETIZERS

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Tres Quesodillas (199 php)
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Fajitas (219 php)
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Nachos Trio (189 php)

MAIN

 

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El Patron (519 php) with Mashed Yucca (49 php)
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El Patron (519 php) with Taco Rice (79 php)
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El Patron (519 php) with Java Rice (59 php)
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Sisig Burritos (199 php)

DESSERTS

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Choco Taco (249 php)

chocolate ice cream, oreo crumbles, mallows, and nips

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Taco De Quezo (239 php)

cheese ice cream, mallows, nips, and strawberry syrup

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Cinnamon Rolled Up (219 php)

soft roll, cinnamon sugar, cream cheese, and vanilla ice cream

RATINGS

FOOD – 

I loved how they combined Filipino and Mexican food. All the food that they served to us were tasty and good! I also commend their good plating! Plus point for this.

MY TOP PICKS:

  1. Tres Quesodillas – I’m a cheese lover so this is my number 1. Hehe. Biased but it’s really good. The cheese really melts in your mouth. Uggggh.
  2. Sisig Burritos – I loved how they put sisig in the burritos. Not a fan of burritos but this is an exemption. HEHE. Who doesn’t love sisig, by the way? The meat were so tender and chewable. Just be careful when eating this, it’s kinda messy. HEHE.
  3. Fajitas – The crowd favorite. All of us enjoyed this food. It’s actually my first time eating this so I really don’t know how it should taste but I loved how they cooked their meat. So tender and their dip was amazingly delish!

PRICE – 

The food were very affordable! It ranges from 40-500 php only! Again, all the food were good so you have to try this! The serving of the food is good for sharing so you don’t have any problem.

SERVICE – 

The serving of the food were quite slowly because they really cooked the food well since it’s mostly meat. I commend the staff though they are only few and still accommodated us one by one if we have queries.

AMBIANCE – 

My expectation was the food is huge because it looks like big in their page but it’s not that big. You will feel a little bit Mexican-vibe because of its wall designs. It has also colorful chairs and tables and has a mini bar beside the kitchen.

LOCATION – 

Ayala Malls Feliz is a newly-opened mall in Pasig City along Marcos Highway. You can visit them any day during mall hours. The place is very accessible because it’s inside the mall and the mall is just located along the highway so if you’re hungry, you can drop by at their restaurant.

OPERATING HOURS:

10:00 AM-9:00 PM, Monday to Thursday

10:00 AM-10:00 PM, Friday to Sunday

ADDRESS:

 5th Floor, Ayala Malls Feliz, Marcos Highway, Pasig City

SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS:

Facebook: Tito’s Fil-Mex

Instagram: @titosfilmexresto

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11 thoughts on “Tito’s Fil-Mex: Now open in Ayala Malls Feliz

  1. Wow it’s owned by Camille Prats :O

    I like their vibrant design :)

    Come to think of it, it’s really budget-friendly!

    My mouth is watering right now with those photos :D

    I also love to taste those Filipino-Mexican food <3

    Thanks for sharing ^_^

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