About Tito's Peruvian Restaurant
Basking in the reflected glory of London’s hyper-modern Shard is an enclave of old Peru, Tito’s Peruvian Restaurant, which has been in the business of promoting Peruvian cuisine since 2001, long before the newer Peruvian upstarts that now dot the capital. And what a location for this restaurant veteran. Found down Southwark’s London Bridge Street, sandwiched between the tube and train stations, this an amazingly central spot to indulge in the craze for this specific strain of South American cuisine.
- Monday 12:00 - 22:00
- Tuesday 12:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 22:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 19:00
- Friday Closed
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday 12:00 - 21:00
Tito’s Peruvian Restaurant boasts peerless credentials when it comes to Peruvian dining in London. Firstly, the restaurant’s Southwark premises along London Bridge Street have been open since 2001, making it one of the longest lived eateries of its kind in the city. Secondly, the kitchen is led by head chef Mateo Eugenio Fernandez, a veteran cook with an incredibly wide-ranging knowledge of the ancient culinary traditions of this Latin American region, food that takes in 35 varieties of maize, 15 kinds of tomato, a full two-thirds of the world’s 3,000 species of potato (not including the sweet kind), 2,000 species of fish, and 650 native fruits. That makes for quite a menu!
Tito’s Peruvian Restaurant has some regional specialties up its sleeve too, focusing on the delicacies characteristic of the small town of Huaral, north of Lima and just 15 minutes from the coast and all its maritime bounty. Signature dishes include pato en aji, ceviche (now a well-known term among London’s foodies), lomo saltado, aji de Gallina, anticuchos, ronda criolla and many more. Of course, no Peruvian restaurant worth its sea salt would lack a good range of pisco-based cocktails to wash everything down with. To experience some of the best Peruvian cuisine in London, find Tito’s down London Bridge Street in Southwark, between London Bridge tube and train stations, and make sure you book well in advance.
Thank God for this Peruvian restaurant that still serves traditional Peruvian food. Classic dishes excellently prepared. Very friendly and personal service. We will make this our favourite Peruvian restaurant whenever we are in London.
Nice menu - something for everyone in our party. Good service and very nice food. Great to try pisco sour cocktail. Would definitely recommend and do a return visit.
Titos serves really authentic Peruvian food at good prices. The ceviche is excellent and reminds me of the food i used to eat while travelling in Peru. The service is great and the waiters and waitresses are all very friendly and helpful. If you want to eat authentic Peruvian food in a low key setting Titos is a must! The Pisco Sour cocktails are also delicious .
Very delicious and fresh food. We had ceviche as a starter to share, even my relatives who are usually sceptical about cured fish enjoyed the food very much. The ice cream with lucuma was amazing! The staff was friendly and helpful. Definitely recommend!
British cuisine itself may not be world-class but London offers a broader selection of cuisines than any other city. Peruvian food might not leap to mind as the most obvious choice and yet Tito's has been one of my favourite London restaurants for many years. Simple food done wonderfully well and with a home-made chilli sauce to die for.
Lovely restaurant! We enjoyed the pisco sower, the seviche for starter and the assortment plate to share. The food was delicious, the staff was very kind and we even got a complimentary piece of cake as we were celebrating both a birthday and an anniversary. Aftrr the meal we went to the salsa clases. Overall a fantastic night out!
Real Peruvian food from friendly people. As wonderful as it is to explore the new takes on Peruvian food at restaurants north of the river, Tito's is where you go to be reminded of why the original is already great. Throw in Inca Kola and Sublimes, and it's perfect.
I have been to this restaurant many times before. The foods are great. Whatever I ordered, it didn't fail. Realy tasty homey cooking with generous portion. The services are very good. Very attentive and helpful. In addition, you can enjoy salsa club downstairs on friday after the meal.
Booked on line. Warm welcome on arrival. Great food with ample portions. Good menu with lots of choice. Great location and easy to get to. Staff all friendly and welcomed our attempts to practice our Spanish. Highly recommended and will definitely visit again.
Amazing food, personnel really kind. The pisco sours were the best, the service was amazing and the food too. Recomended for the people who wants to taste traditional peruvian food. As suggestion they should include "arroz con pato" in the menu :)
Excellent, very friendly place. The food was superb! I messed up when I booked as I missed one of our party out, so they expected 6 but 7 arrived. This was no problem at all and we were made very welcome.
Good food and not unreasonable prices. Portions pretty good as well. Everything we had was cooked fresh which is great but we were rushed through our starter because the main course was arriving which was the only thing we thought was wrong with the visit. Would definitely go again.
Visited for first time and had Valentine's menu which was very good value. Service was relaxed at first but picked up after early diners left. Food and drink were well cooked and presented, although the menu was a little heavy on meat and other proteins. Pisco sour a must!
Tito's is one of my favourite restaurants In London. As a fan of Peruvian food (and former resident of Lima) I make regular visits to enjoy the fanatic Ceviche amongst other classic dishes. The staff are always friendly and it's a great Peruvian experience, Inca Kola and all.
I love this restaurant and have been here many times. The food is great, the staff are friendly and it has a great atmosphere. I would recommend this for people wanting a taste of good Peruvian food (and drink).
Amazing food, kind of a fusion of Asian and North African flavours. Big portions with hearty amounts of meat and fish in each serving. Delicious desserts too. Host was lovely and accomadating, good service from all staff.
It never disappoints! Friendly service, good quality food, value for money. We love it and recommend it to everyone who fancies trying Peruvian food. The ceviche is one of the best I've tried in London.
Nice food and selection of drinks, had a great first time at trying Peruvian food. No regrets. Those noodles with beef were awesome. Staff was very friendly as well. A bit pricey but worth it. (We went on a Sunday eve).
Warm atmosphere, excellent food an service. Recommend the ceviche, pork ribs starters, duck and seco cordero (lamb) mains. Suggest you order pico sours wile you wait for you starters, with some nibbles if necessary.
Estupenda comida Peruana. Atención al público maravillosa, te explican cada comida lo que es y lo que lleva. Servicio rápido. El sabor de las comidas excelente. Precio acorde a la calidad. Muy rico todo.
The food was good but not amazing, the service was ok but I would like to have had more time between courses, at times it felt they wanted you to finish quick so you could leave as soon as you finish eating not leaving enough room to enjoy your experience there.
The food is lovely, the service was excellent. The food was well cooked, and we were served in time. But the ambience needs improving. The price was equally good, affordable. It probably needs some improvements to make it more exclusive.
Excellent lunch and friendly service for two of us today. The main courses in particular were excellent (the raw fish dish and king prawns). The pudding (Peruvian warm jelly-type of dish) was delicious.
Tito's is really great, we had six starters to share and two mains, all the food was really good, and also the cocktail with it, amazing. Looking foward to repeat the experience
An excellent Peruvian experience. Very good Pisco Sours to start. Food was excellent with a good bottle Peruvian Red. Waiters were particularly good. The native Peruvian in our party really enjoyed it!
Really good restaurant. Tasty food and very kind staff. Try the ceviche and aji de gallina really typical dishes with a great taste. If you like spicy food that is your place.
Everything was authentic and geniunely peruvian. Great customer service at a reasonable price. Been with someone peruvian and she loved everything too. Recommended for everyone that want to try a good restaurant
First ever visit to a Perverian Restuarant. Service was surpurb, Food great. The four of us all had different starters and main courses, no faults with any of the dishes.
Great authentic food at a reasonable price. Nice atmosphere and handy to public transport. Friendly and helpful staff. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting a taste of Peruvian cuisine.
Wasn't too sure bout this place when I checked on their website. Turned out it's nice food and atmosphere and the portion is quite big. There is club downtstairs.
Aucentic Peruvian restaurant! I went there with my 2 friends, but we ordered 2 starter and main dishes to share with. It was quite nice portion and delicious. We were happy to be there.
The restaurant is very good, the food was excellent. Tito's is probably the best Peruvian restaurant where I have been until now. The staff also was very competent.
An interesting restaurant under the shadow of the Shard. A chance to enjoy a pisco sour cocktail and Peruvian beer along with good Peruvian food and friendly service.
Very well organised , good service, fast and good price for quality of food. i will recommend it. Perfect for groups that want to dance after meal !
Great portions, great service and tasty food! I would highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to try Peruvian food! Keep it up, thank you very much
Very good Peruvian food! Great ceviche and amazing duck! Supreme pisco sour! The portions were very abundant, the price was super good and the waiters were super nice.
Food was absolutely delicious, service excellent and very friendly. Was not cheap, but it was reasonable and where else can you get food like that? Overall very pleased and would dine there again
Excellent food with nice variety. Great service. Relaxing atmosphere and latin music. Nice decor. We had ceviche for a starter and mixed fish and lamb for main
The food is really really nice.. and the staff is very friendly. Amazing place to eat the best peruvian food in london. I recommend it to anyway..
The food was really good, right size and nicely cooked. The portions generous, the duck was delicious. A real Peruvian restaurant. Good presentation and the flavours amazing!!
I have eaten at Tito's Peruvian many times: Tasty vegetarian options, I love the Inca Cola and the service is always friendly, thank you very much
The food was good as usual. The classic ceviche is a must here. All portions are generous and they have a variety of dishes that are perfect for sharing with friends.
Friendly service greeted immediately on entry. Quick service as we only had an hour to spare. tasty food presented well and seasoned. Would recommend. I have been a number of times.
Amazing pisco sours, good food, terrible organisation (set menu written on the back of a receipt to be shared among 15 of us), waiter very friendly and willing to please but needed training and support from his management.
This was my first visit to Tito's for Sunday lunch, and it was excellent couldn't fault it in any way Hope to return again shortly.
The staff were very good and the over all meal was so good And the food and atmosphere was good And the price even better
Excellent food and good service. We love Peruvian food and they have a good variety of our favorites. Highly recommend this restaurant to our friends.
The staff were friendly, the service was excellent and the food was superb. Tables nicely spaced so as to not be disturbed by other diners.
It's a cute place, nothing extravagant, with great food at a reasonable price. Decent variety on the menu and good sized portions. Service was good.
I was really looking forward to try Tito's as reviews were great. I have a cooking blog and am passionate about food so was looking forward to the experience . Although staff was quite friendly, the all experience hasn't been up to expectation and definitely too pricey. First of all we booked a table for us and our 20 months old son for 12 pm. Kitchen opens at 12.30 and were told we couldn t place our order before that .don t expect traditional Peruvian music , 90's was the theme. Secondly, although being the first customers to place the order, my child s Meal was delivered after all the other customers ( who entered the restaurant after us) had theirs. Thirdly, enjoyed the pisco sour and chevice Clasico very much but other dishes - grilled beef and duck leg- were quite bland. Will not return .