Just came back from lunch at El Toro, which is a very pleasant and well-decorated place, stone and wooden beams, with a large terrace, again well-finished, with a small waterfall and fountain. The food was good, though they didn't have everything on the menu. Oriental style calamares were excellent, and they give you lots of toasted bread with dips to start with. The steaks were also very good, done to perfection (and we asked for three different degrees of doneness), and juicy. We had a chuleta for about €12: they go up to around €30, with lots of choice, nearly all steaks. plus salads. The €12 gets you a 250 gram steak, no bone, a large baked potato, roasted veggies, and chips with sauces to dip. You really don't need the starter... The only problem really was the service, with bewilderingly large numbers of people helping you, all friendly, some even speaking Spanish (I was with Spanish friends), though not all, but things were so slow to come, even though there were only half a dozen tables (out of maybe 40) occupied. It took half an hour for the starters, then another full hour before the steaks came. Even the coffee took ten minutes. Apparently the place is packed in the evenings, you need to reserve well in advance. I'd definitely go back, for the meat, which is supposed to be Angus beef from the US. The whole thing cost the three of us €90, including beers, a bottle of wine, coffee and brandies, which I find very reasonable..
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