Toro Boston

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8 / 10

17 expert reviews

“Displaying all the brick-and-wood rusticity of its progenitors, it contains an open kitchen turning out Spanish tidbits, authentic in spirit as well as in their ingredients.”

– Gayot

Fodor's Fodor's
"Small plates such as grilled corn with aioli and cotija cheese are hefty enough to make a meal out of a few, or you can share the regular or vegetarian paella with a group." Full review
Travel + Leisure Travel + Leisure
"Located in the heart of the South End, Ken Oringer’s Toro specializes in Spanish pinxtos (snacks) and tapas." Full review
Zagat Zagat
"You might have to "fight for a seat" at this no-reservations, "packed-to-the-gills" South End "mob scene" from Ken Oringer (of Clio), but "go, go, go"." Full review
BlackBook BlackBook
"Superstar chef Ken Oringer delivers dozens of tantalizing tapas for gregarious urban hippies and festive parties."
DK Eyewitness DK Eyewitness
"The name is a bilingual pun of the Spanish for “bull” and the Japanese for bluefin tuna belly sashimi – no surprise, given the chef-owner’s love of Spanish tapas and Japanese sushi."
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