Since Tatatito Filipino Home Kitchen opened in Legazpi Village in Makati City in February, diners have been treated to a wave of culinary ingenuity showcasing Filipino cuisine as its best.
As lockdowns ended and restrictions eased, foodies and hungry diners discovered Tatatito’s signature dishes like Bamboo Rice Chicken Tinola, Sarsaparilla BBQ Liempo, Himalayan Salt Lechon Kawali, 10-hour Beef Kansi, as well as the owner’s favorites like Tuna Belly Inasal, Crispy Binusog na Pusit, and Pares-Style US Short Ribs.
In an effort to keep bringing the best to the table, Tatatito recently launched its own line of baked goods inspired by classic Filipino breads and Western pastries.
“Just like how we gave Filipino food a fun twist to make it our own, we also wanted to give our customers something new that’s just as delicious; something to complete their dining experience any time of the day because we know Pinoys love bread but now they also prefer something as little more elevated to enjoy with their coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, or something to accompany their meal,” said McWilson Group president Reagan Tan.
The new line of signature breads starts with the timeless Pinoy classic: Pan de Sal. Tatatito now offers Classic Pan de Sal, Raisin Pan de Sal, and Malunggay Pan de Sal. These pillowy breads are perfect on their own—especially since they’re baked fresh daily on the premises—or as an accompaniment to Tatatito’s house-brewed Coffee, Crab Palabok, or Pancit Fiesta.
Tatatito also made soft and fluffy donuts featuring iconic Asian flavors. They have the new Sugar-Raised Donuts (fluffy donuts rolled in granulated sugar), Ube-Glazed Donut (topped with luscious ube glaze), and Pandan-Glazed Donut (with pandan glaze for a sweet and earthy flavor). Merienda is made even better when these donuts are paired with coffee, tea, or hot chocolate.
Tatatito also saved the best for last with its selection of house-made croissants inspired by street-side bakery staples and filled with nostalgia. The Pan de Pula Croissant is a flaky and butter croissant filled with sweet pudding dyed a deep red color reminiscent of pan de regla; the Pan de Coco Croissant is filled with freshly grated coconut and caramelized sugar—crisp on the outside and chewy inside; while the Spanish Croissant, inspired by local favorite Spanish bread, is stuffed with a creamy butter-sugar mixture. These locally-inspired viennoiserie selections are perfect for breakfast/brunch, afternoon merienda, or as part of one’s packed meal for the school or office.
“Our culinary team members poured their heart out for these new offers, making sure each bread is made not just of the finest ingredients but also with a lot of care,” Tan said.
Tatatito Filipino Home Kitchen is located at the ground floor of OPL Building, 100 Don Carlos Palanca Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City. It is open daily (Monday to Thursday 8:30 am to 10 pm; Friday 8:30 am to 11 pm; Sat to Sun 8 am to 10 pm). For online orders, call 0917-711-3005 or order through GrabFood and FoodPanda (available in select locations).
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