An enduring favorite among hipsters, artists, and actors alike, El Toro is the kind of restaurant you expect to see in San Francisco's Mission District, or London's Shoreditch. The ambience is laid-back, service is friendly, and a whimsical 1970s decor with disco balls, paper menus, and crayon graffiti scrawled on the walls sets the irreverent mood. El Toro's sister restaurant in Providencia has the same style and the same menu. The international culinary repertoire won't win any medals for originality, but each dish, ranging from bountiful Caesar salads to crepes oozing with mushroom and cheese and simply grilled salmon, is flavorful and satisfying.