Its Tapas style at Toro Restaurant located on 1704 Washington st, Boston. http://www.toro-restaurant.com/
Toro offers diners the opportunity to experience an adventure. From the moment you walk in, there is something mysterious about the restaurant. Dimly lit, open floor plan with natural and mahogany wood seating. Loud chatter, echos of laughter mixed with a friendly live atmosphere make Toro a unique eatery and hang-out spot. A menu that is in Spanish and English offer a fusion of foods and traditional Spanish-style food.
The bar has an extensive list of wine, beer and other liquor. Sangria is the specialty drink, a fan or not this is something to try. The small plates aka tapas are small but 4-5 plates will make your stomach bulge.
Try these different dishes:
Toasted bread rubbed with tomato and garlic, finished with Spanish olive oil and sea salt
Marinated Island Creek oysters with grains of paradise, warm Tabasco saffron emulsion and lovage
Griddled garlic shrimp
Egg, potato and onion omelet with alioli
Mussels with chorizo and sidra
MY FAV: Grilled corn with alioli, lime, espelette pepper and aged cheese
Fried potatoes with alioli and spicy tomato sauce
Mini burgers with smoked tomato, alioli and pickled red onion
Salt crusted Mediterranean sea bass with fresh herbs
Make sure and bring your taste buds and wallets for this dining adventure.