The draw here is authentic tapas, which guests usually choose as 2 to 3 small plates each to share with the table. With choices so tempting, those small plates can quickly add up. Toro’s maíz asado (grilled corn on the cob with aioli, lime, Espelette pepper, and aged cheese) is justifiably one of the top dishes in Boston. Other menu favorites include pimentos del Padron (spicy fried green peppers), chorizo Iberico de Fermin (Spanish pork sausage), and gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp with chilies). Toro is just busy enough at lunch, and noisy, fun, and packed at dinner.