With a large population of immigrants , it would seem logical that Palm Beach County would be
The home of many good Mexican resturants. There are good ones of course, but they are usually hard to find and many are owned by Cubans, Columbians, and Peruvians. The food tends toward
Tex-Mex, with a sometimes curious mixture of South American menu items in addition to the ubitquitous gringo selections. The national chains have come and gone over the years, and up until recently our group had to drive west and south of the city to find authentic Mexican restaurants.
This changed when Torero's opened, and it's been a weekly favorite ever since. My group has sampled everything on the menu (it's four pages long!) and we have never been disappointed. Now that it's been a regular stop, we tend toward the chile rellenos and chicken enchiladas. These items, along with the excellent rice, keep us happy and coming back for more. It's been a great addition to the neighborhood and the staff is super friendly. I think they have had the same manager from day one, and he is always on his game. These people know what they are doing, and you won't be disappointed, unless you are hoping for Tex Mex cooked by South Americans.
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