Popped in for a couple of cold beers while in the town and went back in the evening for food, very helpful and friendly staff. Ask about why the restaurant is called its name.
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the food was ok but nothing special. for Mexican standards the portions were rather small. there was a bad smell in the air (probably coming from the toilets)
We came to El Toro as a dinner spot handy to the Sound And Light show at the Convento. At 7:00pm, we were the only customers. The TV was blaring a soccer game, which spoiled the atmosphere. But here is not much of that. Paper...More
This restaurant served mostly Mexican food . The menu was quite large and the meal was very tasty. Plates were reasonably priced and portions were very generous.
Very well located, overlooking izamal main attraction - St Antonio convent - El Toro offer a good local option for a quick lunch. Main traditional dishes are offered and all good for us and generous portions. Fresh limonade was very tasty, only disappointment was désert,...More
A nice, local, economical place to dine on typical Yucatecan food. My husband and I have eaten there many times, especially when we first moved to Izamal.
Our most expensive & worst experience in Yucatan. Arrived around 9pm in the restaurant, our dinner was rythmed by the 'ding' of our microwaved food. A shame. Tasteless dishes. An insult to mexican gastronomy. Next time please advise your customer when the kitchen is closed.
This is one of the few places in town that you can get free wifi. Not fancy, but the food is good, and the service very friendly.
We were returning to Valladolid from a wonderful time at Mayapan and decided to take a side trip to Izamal for dinner. It is a very pretty town and very quiet so we checked TripAdvisor and settled on El Toro and we couldn't be more...More