We ate at El Tomato twice; once for a glass of wine and a snack after exhausting ourselves on the hills of San Miguel and once for dinner on our last night in town. We were very happy both times. The dining room is small, but nice, and there is a patio that is comfortable. The patio shares a courtyard with some other venues, which seemed a little odd, but life in Mexico is a mix of contradictions. Our dinner was excellent. My husband ordered the Argentine cut of filet mignon. The portion was large, perfectly cooked and deliciously seasoned. The Argentine cut appears to leave the fat on, so the steak of extremely tender. The green beans and roast potatoes were both also perfectly prepared. We had delicious wine both times -- once ordered by the glass and once by the bottle. Our server was very nice, friendly, and attentive.
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