Published On: Wed, Mar 21st, 2018

Top ten restaurants you should try in San Miguel de Allende

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The Culture Trip offers a list of places to eat in San Miguel de Allende with a brief description of each of them. If you’re visiting SMA, you can’t miss any of these.

A warren of cobbled callejones (narrow-streets) and charming colonial buildings, San Miguel de Allende is among the prettiest of Mexico‘s towns. Colorful processions and regular fiestas add to its appeal, as do an excellent array of award-winning restaurants and cafes. Ranging from traditional to cutting edge, they are fast earning San Miguel a reputation as one of Mexico’s culinary capitals.

Here are ten of San Miguel’s best:

The Culture Trip offers a list of places to eat in San Miguel de Allende with a brief description of each of them. If you’re visiting SMA, you should visit one of these. (Photo: Commons Wikipedia)

The Culture Trip offers a list of places to eat in San Miguel de Allende with a brief description of each of them. If you’re visiting SMA, you should visit one of these. (Photo: Commons Wikipedia)

  • Moxi

Those looking for serious, high-end cooking in San Miguel can’t do much better than Moxi. Run by Enrique Olvera, one of the country’s foremost chefs and owner of the Mexico City restaurant Pujol, Moxi’s kitchen specializes in innovative and artfully presented takes on Mexican classics. Dishes change with the seasons and include confit leg of suckling pig with almond mole sauce and tamarind puree, and beef carpaccio with rocket and buttermilk. Housed in the boutique Hotel Matilda, Moxi’s dining room is casual but elegant and boasts an impressive art collection.

 

  • La Posadita

La Posadita boasts one of the best restaurant locations in San Miguel. The views from its charming roof terrace, with the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel on one side and the surrounding hills and mountains just visible from the other, are a major part of its draw. Homely service accompanies the generous portions of Mexican fare which includes fajitas, stuffed chilies, and cochinita pibil Yucatan-style shredded pork marinated with orange juice. Pozole, a homely broth beloved across Mexico and a cornerstone of the country’s food culture, is regularly available at weekends and well worth trying. Margaritas from the bar, including a tamarind-flavored twist on the classic recipe, are expertly made and uniformly well received, making La Posadita the perfect spot to unwind after a day’s sight-seeing.

Check out the full list at theculturetrip.com

  • Vía Orgánica
  • Cafetería San Agustín
  • Cafe Firenze
  • Hecho en Mexico
  • La Virundela
  • MuRo Cafe
  • Cafe Rama
  • Baja Fish Taquito

Source: theculturetrip.com

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