We stayed at the inn next door & ate breakfast everyday at El Toro. The food was plentiful, tasty, love their muffins. The servers were so nice, always there to refill tea & coffee.
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We were recommended this restaurant by a friend, although I'm now unsure why. The menu was average, nothing special; between three of us we had the enchiladas, the soup, the stacked salad and the bison chorizo sausage. The portions were on the small side and...More
We had a group of 24 and El Toro did a great job of having a breakfast bar arrangement. Eggs, meats, fruit, pancakes or french toast, cereals, yogurts, juices, coffee or tea etc.
We chose to eat here because many items on the menu said 'GF'. I asked the server if all these items were really gluten free to which the response was that the server herself has Celiac Disease and could vouch that they were. However, I...More
Found really nice vegetarian tapas and the presentation was quite nice! For dessert, my friend and I shared the Banana Flambe. If you like bananas, this was delicious. Shannon, our waitress, was super nice and friendly! Highly recommended!
We went here on July 8. Very disappointed . Hadn't read any reviews until after our visit and were surprised they were good. Maybe the kitchen had a bad night?There was no vibe here at all, basic white dining room . The food was overpriced...More
Our hotel recommended this nearby restaurant. We needed a break from pub food and welcomed the Mexican meal - fajitas with gluten-free tortillas and a burrito. We returned the next day for a reasonably priced, tasty breakfast. (With gluten-free toast!)
We were only in Banff one night and had breakfast here based on recommendations here , and they were totally right . Terrific flavourful breakfast , well priced and included excellent service. (The eggs were also of high quality with orangey yolks, not the insipid...More
Went for dinner and as a vegetarian, I never know how many options there will be for me. I wasn't disappointed- we ordered off the tapas menu- had quite a few dishes including the goat's cheese croquettes (delicious!), plantain chips and guacamole and the curried...More