I'm never one to turn down elevated Mexican food, and El Toro Blanco is absolutely no exception. Portions are small and the plates are cheap, and an amazing freshness in the ingredients is highlighted in every dish. The guacamole is excellently refreshing, although it might benefit from another teaspoon of salt. The appetizers here truly shine, so don't hold back on ordering a round for the table. The Empanadas are the perfect sharing size, and the thin, crispy dough will have you immediately craving another bite. The Champiñones are particularly outstanding, filled with cremini mushrooms, huitlacoche (our favorite Mexican fungus), epazote, and queso oaxaca. The Sonoran Cheese Crisp is what you get when you breed a pizza with a quesadilla, and features a dark, crispy, thin tortilla base, a ton of Mexican cheese, poblano rajas, and roasted tomatoes. I was only left wishing that I had gotten a little more heat to balance out the great textures and creamy flavors.