We had never eaten at a tapas bar and the menu on Toro's website looked interesting, so we decided to take a chance on getting a table on a Monday evening. The place was jumping with a lively, young, noisy, fun crowd. We had a wait of about 20 minutes to get a table inside since it was too cool to eat outside.
As a starter we ordered the Pan con Tomate which was tasty with a glass of wine, but if we were to order it again we would have added the anchovies. Since our lunch had been fairly large, we decided to split a 1/2 Paella Valenciana which is tomato-based and was excellent as was the bread served with it. It was more than enough food for the two of us. The wait for the preparation of the paella required a second glass of wine, the Voler Tempranillo (La Mancha). It was the most expensive of the red wines by the glass, but was very good with a nice body to it.
The serving staff were the best we encountered on a 10 day trip through New England. Very friendly, accommodating and professional. We highly recommend this restaurant if you are prepared to spend some time waiting for a table and do not mind a lively, young crowd!
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