Tito Boy Restaurant

730 Rte 150, Winnipeg MB R2N0A2
$ Filipino


Business Info

  • Address: 730 Rte 150, Winnipeg MB R2N0A2
  • Cuisine: Filipino | Fusion |
  • Cost: | Very Inexpensive
  • Category: Casual Dining
  • Star Rating:
  • Reservations: Recommended
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Meals Served: Breakfast | Brunch | Lunch | Dinner |
  • Parking: Street | Public Lot |
  • Payment Options: VISA | MasterCard | Cash | Debit |
  • Corkage Fee: N/A
  • Phone: 2044148486
  • Features: Sunday Brunch, Catering Services, Takeout Available,
  • Occasion: Child Friendly, Romantic Dining, Dining Alone, Business Dining, Meet for a Drink, Special Occasion, Vegetarian, Quick Bite, Trendy / Hip, Date Night,


Business Hours

Reservations Available

Customer Reviews & Ratings

0.0 out of 5 stars based on 5 votes

Overall: 0/10
Food: 0/10
Service: 0/10
Ambience: 0/10
Value: 0/10
Jun 18, 2023
Pam A.
NOT GO HERE: SERVICE IS TRASH, SERVER IS RUDE AND DISRESPECTFUL. I am writing this review on behalf of my parents as I am frustrated at how they were poorly treated, and the disrespect my parents endured from the one and only server in the restaurant. My parents were greeted by some rude teenage boy possibly around my age (age 17), to which my parents disregarded. My mother then asked him if it were alright they bring the fries in for my sister, as she only consumes fries due to her recent diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (for those unaware most kids with autism have a specific diet they stick to). To which he reluctantly agreed. They sit down, and immediately he did not give them proper utensils or a plate until my dad had to verbally ask. Towards their stay, the "Pancit" was extremely full of pepper, and lacked flavour, while being too expensive for the serving given to them. But you gotta do what you gotta do, it's business. But that's not the worst part, as my parents were leaving, they'd left the bag of fries on the table in the mean time, with no absolute intention of just leaving it there as it shows disrespect which my mom and dad are not, but, as my parents were packing the boy says something TO my parents with his BACK TURNED. "You guys need to throw you trash out of my restaurant, 'cause I ain't doing it for you." His tone was full of snob, demand, respect, and plainly condescending to my parents. THERE'S MORE: as my parents were in a hurry to leave, they happen to LEAVE the pancit on the table without even being chased to be given what they had paid for. My dad tried to call, but it was the same teenager who'd picked up his call saying: "I don't speak tagalog." So my parents left WITHOUT their food AND talked down upon. So if by chance, the boy who served my parents, with two little toddlers, one girl, one boy, with fries, please be nicer, and kinder. You should never treat customers like that. And I hope I never have to see you, me