Always a great spot to come and enjoy good food with good friends. There aren't too many places in the city that do tapas well. This place is one.
Overpriced, but food was good. Typical "small plates" where every tiny bite costs an arm and a leg. Nothing special.
Place was a bit noisy in the front because of Sunday, the street is pedestrian on Sunday and people were playing music on the street and downstairs. We sat in the back terrace. It was a nice terrace.
I had calamari, which was nice and refreshing. Food was nothing to write home about, equally for the presentation. I wouldn't be going back, BUT at the same time I don't have anything bad to say. It was just a convenient spot for me and my friend to grab a quick bite.
The food and wine here is just fantastic, but it is a little telling that it was absolutely dead on 8:00 p.m. on a weekend night. Service was sloooooow, even by actual Spanish-in-Spain standards--empty water glasses, etc, but friendly. Two older ladies actually walked out, screaming at staff for flirting with one another instead of actually assisting customers.
Nice spot that captures slick Euro style and Kensington cache. Don't miss out on the little bar downstairs offering Chartreuse shots.
Service was impeccable. The wait staff really worked as a team and made us feel very comfortable. The squid special was cooked to perfection and delicious! The Papas Bravas are an indulgence worth trying. Would highly recommend this gem in Kensington Market!!!
I love the food and the place was perfect for Valentine's Day. Very small, cozy and the lighting was perfect, I found it romantic .
I have been to the toritos before, I was a bit disappointed to find out that the menu was changed and they run out of ceviche.
Other than that it was good.
We lived about three blocks away and haunted Kensington Market. It wasn't until we moved away that we actually went there.
I'm not a huge tapas fan but I might give it another try now that's I've been to Torito. The service was good (though we went early) and the food delicious. Portions were small but I guess that's tapas for you.
All in all, a very pleasant experience.
Great food at a great price. Got together with some old friends. Wanted to try something new. Torito was suggested by another friend, and glad they did.
The ceviche was incredible as was the pork chop special. Quaint restaurant with wonderful ambience. I will be back for sure!