Went here this week after a long time of not visiting. I wanted to verify my feeling that their hot sauce was the best in the city, as well as having one of the best breakfast plates in the city. We went for a late breakfast on a weekday, so it was not crowded at all. One of the only negatives was the lack of parking. Not a problem for those that live downtown, but for those of us that drive into town, we had to search around the block for parking. The restaurant itself was very clean. The decor was reflective of San Antonio's colorful heritage, what with its multi-colored walls and nicely displayed artwork. We were greeted quickly upon entering and received clean (important) menus. Tito's has a pretty large breakfast menu, including several signature breakfast tacos and plates. My husband had a chilaquiles taco and the Niles Favorite taco. He thought the chilaquiles was great - probably one of the best in the city. Filled with eggs, tomatoes, fresh jalapeños, chips, and cheese. The Niles Favorite was a signature combination taco with avocado, refried beans, cheese and bacon. This combination taco was better than one of the competitor's combination tacos, and cheaper. Both were on flour tortillas which appeared homemade and were just the right thickness and size. Thick enough to hold the ingredients without tearing, yet not so thick that it overwhelmed the taste of the ingredients. I had the Desayuno Plate, which is a bed of Mexican refried rice, topped with two over-easy eggs and sliced avocado. I'm not a vegetarian, but it is a great plate, and I would think a great choice for vegetarians. It had been years since I had this plate and I wanted to come back to make sure it was as good as I remembered. And, yes it was as good as I remembered. The only addition needed for me was a slight bit of salt and some of their wonderful salsa. The plate is very filling - a great bargain for the price. And the salsa is also what I feel is the best in the city: a good consistency and good heat level, made of quality ingredients. I had corn tortillas with my plate. Again excellent tortillas that seemed homemade - thick pillow like tortillas. The only other slightly negative was their bathrooms. The appearance is a bit dirty, although that might be because it is an old building since several other restaurants downtown have the same issue. As a plus, our waiter was responsive and professional. All in all, Tito's is a reliable favorite downtown restaurant. Can't wait to try it for lunch, happy hour, or dinner.
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