Most of us try to avoid crowded places on weekends. But my theory is, if the place is crowded, it definitely is good. Toritos Restaurant is exactly like that. It’s a cozy place in Amabawadi, which is perpetually crowded, but the waiting forever in the long queues is totally worth the wait!
While waiting outside this little Mexican-Italian restaurant, you can peek through the glass door into a colorful restaurant buzzing with happy customers. The ambience is colorful and classy, perfect when you are in mood for some continental food. It does get loud, which is not a problem if you are a group of loud people, but keep that in mind if you are taking a date out on for a romantic dinner.
The menu has an interesting mix of Mexican, Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. What’s even more interesting is that it is the first restaurant in the city that has an exclusive ‘jain menu’. If you are in a mood for soups try the ‘Creamy Cilantro Soup’ or the ‘Torito Mexican soup’ along with the the ‘Cheese Pull up Bread’, ‘Thin Potato Skins’, ‘Chilly Pepper & Cheese Bites’ and ‘Arabian Dip Sampler’. For main course, you can try something new like the Cottage Cheese Tchoupatoulis,’ ‘Malfatti’, ‘Potatoes Bravas’, ‘Vegetable Stroganoff ’ and ‘Crispy Ravioli’. To end the meal on a sweet note, the ‘Baklawa’, the ‘Chocolate Pie’ and the ‘Chocolate Fondue’ are
If you too are crazy for continental food, you should give Toritos a try. Whether you’re craving world-class pasta, fragrant Ravioli or a show-stopping spread of starters and antipasti, Toritos is your destination.