/ Seafood, Restaurant, Pub & bar
ClosedOpens at 12:00
Spanish, Wine bars, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $25-50
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192 Grand St
New York City, New York, USA
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The walk with a view of Alleva Dairy is what you can expect after dining at this bar. The menu of Spanish cuisine under the direction of the great chef is gorgeous here. Order perfectly cooked grilled octopus, spanish tapas and croquetas de jamon at Tomiño when you happen to be near it. Eating good tarta de santiago, gâteau and vanilla ice cream is what most visitors recommend. Many people note that you can drink delicious Spanish wine, tonic or gin at this place. It might be good to try great coffee.

It's easy to find this spot due to the convenient location. The competent staff shows a high level of quality at this bar. At Tomiño, guests can enjoy the homey atmosphere and divine decor. This place received the Bib Gourmand award for tasty meals at reasonable prices.

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Excellent food! Efficient service! Dishes came out super fast with good presentation and bursting of quality taste and texture. CROQUETAS | 4 PER SERVING Jamón y tomate asado: serrano ham & roasted tomato, marisco y alioli rosa: seafood & aioli Small bites but cute and delicious EMPANADA GALLEGA DEL DÍA - it was stuffed with seafood primarily and some veggies. Served room temperature, this was the least favorite. CHURRASCO CON CHIMICHURRI Charcoal grilled Iberian baby-back ribs & chorizo criollo Flavorful but messy and a little light on the meat FRITURA DE CHIPIRÓN Crispy baby squid, stringed zucchini & potato, basil aioli Indulgent and tasty; the aiolis here are really good PULPO Á FEIRA Sea salt, extra virgin olive oil, pimentón Excellent octopus dish ARROZ NEGRO Bombay rice with squid in its own ink; topped with fresh red snapper a la Plancha and alioli The favorite dish of the evenjng, a perfect combination of nutrients, texture, and taste. One of the best dishes I've had all year. PARRILLADA DE SETAS Grilled wild mushrooms, fresh sliced grapes, goat cheese-honey mousse Second favorite dish of the evening. So simple yet so delectable. Special of the day Pork shoulder steak with couscous and marcona almonds Loved the couscous and marcona almonds more than the the pork shoulder, which tasted too fatty for my preference TORRIJA DE BICA GALLEGA Galician sponge cake, creme brulee topping & vanilla ice cream Interesting and light, this does hit the sweet spot CHOCOLATE, ORUJO Y CAFE Milk chocolate ganache, orujo creme, chocolate cake, licor de cafe ice cream Can't go wrong with chocolate, and this creation was amazing I would recommend this restaurant wholeheartedly and definitely recommend the black rice dish and the chocolate cake dessert as must-have items
(really a 4.5 with cost /portion factored)  A  great modern different restaurant in the midst of little italy . The decor is cool modern and comfortable . The staff was friendly &  helpful . My friend loved the croquettes and thought his Manhattan the  best he's had in the city. I also like the Riojo suggested by the waiter. The Ribs with sauce are delicious but not too meaty. The scallops were different than we expected in the shell but delicious . The best dish was the roasted vegetables with a poached egg over garlic aioli. Also better portion than the  rest so we left satisfied .
What ended up being our last meal with just the two of us started pretty innocuously - we were interested in trying out a different spot than usual for tapas, and we decided to check out Tomino since its specialty is in northwestern Spanish (Galician) cuisine, which is something I hadn't had prior. A reservation wasn't needed when we showed up (shortly after noon on a weekend), and when the weather is nice, there is a small outdoor seating section, as well as a bar in the front and a dining area further in the back, which is where we ended up. The ambiance has a nice, rustic feel that does make one feel as though they were back in Spain, and the service is quick and hospitable, with dishes being served as completed. There's a pretty substantial wine list that overcomes the relatively threadbare beer selection, but the cocktails here are quite good (which is what I did), and it's a nice way to start a casual brunch. The food is a tad different from other tapas spots, but with more local twists than stuff that will seem completely foreign to someone familiar with the Spanish palate and cuisine. That said, it's all fantastic and done to a very high level. The tortilla is made with a runny egg, retaining the density of the dish while adding in a runny smoothness with each bite. The croquettes were delicious as well; the flavors were not as unique in some ways (I did like the fish one better than the ham), but the crispiness of each bite was unparalleled. My favorite bites were from both the land and sea, with the octopus being cooked to absolute perfection texture-wise and being served with a simple dribble of salt, paprika, and olive oil. Not too complicated but probably the best preparation of octopus I have ever had anywhere. The lamb chops were also excellent; it's only two to an order, but there's a fantastic char on the chop that really infuses in a bit more of a charcoal flavor that really blends well with the slightly more gamey taste of lamb. You probably don't expect to wander down Mulberry Street in Little Italy and expect to come upon one of the best Spanish restaurants in the city, but that is exactly what Tomino is. It feels like one of the better-kept secrets in NYC, and it's definitely the next spot you should enjoy your fill of tapas.
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192 Grand St, New York City, New York, USA
Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking TV Wheelchair accessible No delivery No takeaway Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-22:00
MondayMon 12:00-22:00
TuesdayTue 12:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-22:00
FridayFri 12:00-23:00
SaturdaySat 12:00-23:00

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