Tomatito Manila in BGC: Of colors, flavors, and fun, the Spanish way
Described as a “sexy tapas bar,” Tomatito is not your typical Spanish restaurant, in a sense that it evokes a hip atmosphere as you enter its doors along 30th Street in Bonifacio Global City.
80s-themed Tomatito in BGC
Originally from Shanghai, Tomatito opened its first branch in Manila in 2016 under the same management that handles popular Spanish restaurants in Manila, such as Las Flores and Rambla, and in partnership with Hong Kong-based chef Willy Moreno of El Willy Fun F&B Group. In here, you get to time travel back to the 80s as the place is reminiscent of how traditional bars in Spain looked like in that period.
Flamenco attires on display
A pop of colors in every corner
Inside Tomatito, you will easily notice its playful design with a pop of colors in every nook and cranny. Displayed on the walls of the restaurant are eye candy pieces of Flamenco attires (Flamenco is a traditional dance form in Spain). You’d also get to see posters of well-loved Spanish films neatly hanging on the wall, giving you a glimpse of Spanish culture apart from the food they serve here.
Salmon TNT (P595). Explosive balik salmon with honey and truffle
Ceviche de atun (P395). Citrus-marinated tuna ceviche, watermelon, and basil
When it comes to their food, Tomatito offers contemporary dishes still with the authentic Spanish taste. They have tapas, sandwiches, salads, paella, and Spanish beverages which perfectly complement their selection of Spanish dishes. Each dish of Tomatito is plated exquisitely, a creative combination of colors and Spanish flavors, an interesting take on Spanish cuisine through art and culinary expertise. Since this is a casual dining place, it’s an ideal venue to bring friends for a night of fun over beers and tapas in the midst of a busy city.
Flan tropical (P150). Passion fruit and coconut flan
At the bar
Visit Tomatito now and see how “sexy” they are in this tapas bar!