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NEW RESTO ALERT: Vittorio's Steakhouse, Pasta & Pizza

True friends and true love are hard to find but delicious steaks are just within reach especially if you happen to live near Kamuning in Quezon City. Vittorio's Steakhouse, Pasta & Ribs is owned and managed by Chef Victor Daluz. Chef Victor, prior to becoming a chef-restaurateur has worked in hotels abroad and has perfected the art of grilling juicy-licious steaks which becomes his trademark.

"There is only one right way to eat a steak- with greed in your heart and a smile on your face." - Soumeet Lanka

Clam Pesto. Super good. Its really hard to prepare seafood pasta that doesn't taste fishy. But then of course, using the freshest clams is a must as well as the best spices. Thumbs up! An order costs P320 but the one on the photo is a "family serving" so it costs more.

Spicy Thai Chicken Pizza, P275. This pizza flavor is quite interesting and delicious at the same time. The secret sauce is hidden under that pile of crunchy lettuce.

Crab & Shrimp Pizza, P299. Another yummy pizza.

USDA Porterhouse (980 grams), P2,590. This was serve to us medium-rare. A very thick and tender slab of porterhouse. Chef Victor marinated it with herbs and spices so no need for gravy and other sauces. Those fried thingies on top are actually steak fat that's been fried like "chicharon" bits. So good. Hello steak diet!

Fried rice with steak bits. These are included when you order USDA Porterhouse. There are instances when I feel bad for not eating rice and looking at these mouthwatering fried rice is one of those days. *sigh*

I would say that Chef Victor is a certified "steak-ologist." He knows his steaks- how to cook it perfectly as well as get the choices cuts.

Vittorio's Steakhouse, Pasta & Ribs
Forab Bldg.,
Kamuning Road
(near EDSA)
Quezon City


  1. I love their food here..ribs and steak! =)

    1. Super yummy the steak .. haven't tried the ribs though ...

  2. I hope we could try this restaurant too! Love the Crab & Shrimp Pizza. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I want their steak and pizza :-) It looks yummy

  4. i want the clam pesto for lunch! now na! hahaha, i always see this place but never bothered going in, will try this asap!

  5. This is near where I work. I'll try to visit the resto since the food looks inviting. :)

  6. Those look mouthwatering, especially the steak! And the slab is so thick they already cut it for you. :-)

    1. The steak is really sulit for its price. They serve it like that :)

  7. Hmm, steak. I can only imagine how good their rib eye would look like, it's my husband's favorite.

  8. Anonymous10:44 PM

    The steak is so thick! I want to try the spicy thai chicken pizza, too! :)

  9. I like that term, "steakologist." After all, it's hard to perfect cooking steak! Speaking of, the carnivore in me is getting hungry...

  10. I like to try their Porterhouse. It's near our place lang I might drop by sometime with the hubby. :)

  11. Porterhouse. Must try this out very soon :)

  12. Good steaks are usually expensive but for special occasions, why not?

  13. You got me drooling with everything here specially with that USDA Porterhouse!

  14. OH MY GAWD. That Porterhouse steak is a drool worthy piece of art! I'll bet it tasted awesome.. Too bad it's up over there in the north, super layo samin huhuhu.. :3

  15. I've been hearing about this place. Looks like it's worth a visit!


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