Chris, I'm so glad that you stopped there. Did you like what you ordered?
I'd say it's very similar old school Mexican fast food
My very first introduction to tacos was in Tijuana when I was about eight... Hard Shell just like Tito's.
It wasn't until years later that soft shell tacos and cilantro made their way to Southern California but by then I'd had them in Tijunana.
Tito's original location was right next to them on the corner of Washington and Sepulveda. That location was quickly rented to another Mexican restaurant which is now called Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo was originally (after Tito's) called Lucy's.
They're very different from each other and both seem to do well but I've never seen a line at the old location.
It's a great corner but Tito's needed a larger location with a larger kitchen.
Tito's has an interesting history which I grew up with. Many years ago there was an intersection in the Culver City area a few miles south of where Tito's is now. There was a shopping/restaurant area called Airport Village. It was eaten up by the building of the San Diego Freeway now called I405.
One of the restaurant owners, (Not Mexican) reinvented himself as Tito's with a new menu invented by one of his employees... Amado Madera who happens to be the man with the white mustache.
The menu has hardly changed since I started going there in the early sixties except for the prices and tamales.