Where’s the Beef? It’s at Vittorio’s Steakhouse!

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When someone asks where’s the beef, you tell them that it’s at Vittorio’s Steakhouse.

This steakhouse was originally located in Kamuning area but moved to a better location in Tomas Morato.

Although it has been open for only a couple months, Vittorio’s is ready to serve diners, especially diners who want to indulge in a lot of protein goodness.

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Inside Vittorio’s Steakhouse

We were lucky to give Vittorio’s a try and as someone who loves steak, I wouldn’t miss it, of course.

Here’s a look what we tried for a nice weekend lunch.

Mixed Green Salad with Balsalmic Vinaigrette (PhP 170)

We began lunch with a healthy start. I liked the freshness of this mixed green salad. The vinaigrette is also flavorful and is perfect for this ensemble.

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Chop Noodles with Miso Dressing (PhP 199)

Is it a salad or is it a noodle serving? Well, it’s actually both. For me, this dish is a little unique because I haven’t tried anything like it before. The flavor is interesting but it works. There’s a few shrimp and slices of kani on this dish, which brings the flavor to the next level.

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Beef Salpicao (PhP 280)

There’s already beef on the starters. The beef is really tender and the sauce is tasty. Would like to have it with rice but there’s still a lot coming.

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Butter Garlic Shrimp (PhP 270)

We already had three dishes but we’re just starting. Let’s say we’re just warming up and the butter garlic shrimp is a good dish to do so. The bits of garlic add more flavor to the already flavorful dish. The garlic bread that comes on the side is not a sidekick but a great partner to the shrimp.

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Sweet Chili Prawn With Rice (PhP 325)

Before we dig into the turf, let’s have some surf first. I didn’t expect to have an Asian dish at Vittorio’s because I really came here for the steak. Yet, it was a nice surprise. The sweet chili prawn was sweet with a kick, which was really nice.

I also liked how the dish was presented. Very artsy.

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Clam Pasta (PhP 280)

One of the must-try pastas at Vittorio’s is the clam pasta. Adding to the side of the surf before the turf, this dish is really tasty. The clams are fresh and the flavor is just light. It was a nice intro prior to the scrumptious steak.

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Chocolate Milk Share (PhP 120)

Before the star of the lunch, I just want to share that I had an amazing chocolate milkshake at Vittorio’s. You might expect wine, they have that too btw, but the kid in me wanted milkshake. It was nice and smooth, chocolatey and cold.

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Porterhouse Steak 980g (PhP 2,599)

If you want really good steak, you have to spend for it. At Vittorio’s, spending for it will be worth it. I had the porterhouse steak, to share of course, and it was really amazing. The meat was really tender, and was seasoned and cooked just right to my liking. I can really taste the flavor of the beef and that is downright satisfying.

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Vittorio’s Steakhouse has a nice wine selection. You can choose to pair your steak with one.

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That’s what we tried at Vittorio’s Steakhouse. They have a lot more offerings on their menu that we’d love to try in the future like their Hainanese Chicken, Ribs, Steak Kare-Kare, and their humongous Tomahawk Steak.

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The Tomahawk steak is this big!

Will you be visiting Vittorio’s Steakhouse soon? Which of the dishes above do you want to try? Share them with us!