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The Peruvian cuisine is brought sensationally to London’s attention by Titos and his courteous staff. An excellent choice for those willing to experiment into this exciting cuisine.

Ranked #197 of 5241 restaurants in London

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Opening Hours
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MON

10:00 - 22:00

TUE

10:00 - 22:00

WED

10:00 - 22:00

THU

10:00 - 22:00

FRI

12:00 - 23:00

SAT

12:00 - 23:00

SUN

12:00 - 21:00

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By Andrew M.

I went to Tito’s Peruvian restaurant for dinner with a friend and had a very, very nice meal. I had 'Tamal de Cerdo' to start and 'Escabeche de pescado', which was really yum indeed.

All in all, I can seriously recommend Tito's if you’re ever near London Bridge (in London, obviously).



By Andrew M.

The food at Tito's was extremely fresh, the waitresses were friendly and the plates were very well presented. The food was out of this world. I’m Peruvian and I haven’t ate such wonderful food since my last visit to Peru which was three years ago. Overall, the food is 10 out of 10 and the place has a very traditional atmosphere. I’m sure I’m speaking for many people when I say that it is one of the best Latin American restaurants in London. I would definitely recommend it.


By Andrew M.

Tito's is a good place to go for a special occasion. The food is South American fare that's delicious and full of flavour.

Tito's is worth a look if you're afer somewhere a bit unusual. But be warned, it's not the cheapest place to eat.


By Nick G.

Our my little favourite breakie spot in London Bridge, great service, and just what i need after my nights out, also found out they have a night club downstairs!!


By IRENE B.

I went to Titos last Saturday night and I was very excited as only a few months ago I came back from Peru after working there for 3 months and then traveling around south Peru for 6 weeks. I was very impressed by the menu that covered most of the food I tasted in Peru. Indeed the menu is very complete. My Parihuela though was a major disappointment. The tomato seemed to be more Heinz Tomato Soup than actual tomato. The portion was fairly big but in comparison with the original I had lots of times in Peru there was definitely not enough fish. Also it took more than half an hour to arrive. The service was very friendly and at least 3 waitresses came to apologize. Although they then forgot to bring my water. The chicharron was alright but still a faint copy of the original, which is very odd as deep fried pork should not be that different from a continent to the other. I noticed that the parts of pork served though where not the same as in Peru, so that might explain why. I was very excited by the Pisco Sour as for over 4 months it had been a faithful companion of my nights. Again it was good but not really comparable. Maybe I went to Titos with too high expectations, I might go again to prove the first impression wrong.


By Valentina C.

The reviews for Tito's are good but old - I thought it was worth it to let people know this restaurant is still top notch in 2010! Such a little hidden gem this place, with its typical food and drinks (don't forget to try the delicious Pisco Sour!), a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, very good sized portions and great value for money. What's not to love?

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