Restaurants for Foodies in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
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- 16 reviews
I love this restaurant for lunch or dinner. And the added bonus is fabulous furniture and design ideas inside, too!Popular withDesignFoodiesLocal
- 26 reviews
La Mesa Grande is barely just down the street and around the corner. A great place for morning coffee, lunch or a snack. They have a bakery and pizza oven for your pleasure. Thursday night is pizza night with live music. This is only one of so many great restaurants near our apartment.Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
- 35 reviews
El Pegaso is a great restaurant that is right off the Jardin. It has a varied menu and everything is good. We are in easy walking distance from this little treasure also.Popular withFoodiesVegetarianLocal
- 43 reviews
Great service good food. The place is beautiful. So many opportunities to take pictures too!Popular withDesignLuxuryFoodies
- 65 reviews
This is a great local restaurant with the new Mexican cuisine. Featuring locally grown seasonal dishes of unparalleled quality and creativity.Popular withTrendsters
- 73 reviews
The food is absolutely amazing! Best food in San Miguel hands down!! The owner was friendly and shared many stories. Awesome experience!Popular withTrendstersGreenFoodies
- 83 reviews
Hecho is a safe standard stop for Visitor's in San Miguel. It's the place you go when you're not sure where you should go. Clean, very consistent nice staff good prices.Popular withLocalFoodiesFamilies
- 92 reviews
Great place to get an inexpensive breakfast and relax in the morning.Popular withStudentsFoodiesFamilies
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- 113 reviews
Correo 29 (corner of Recreo), 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., except Tuesdays (open til 4) and Sundays (8 to 8). We really like this groovy spot, with its trendy, modern atmosphere, for breakfast, brunch or lunch - or for just lazing away the afternoon with a great cup of coffee or a cold beer. They have a gourmet bakery on ...Popular withTrendsters
- 123 reviews
Wed-Sat noon-10, Sun noon-4. Owned by a Cordon-Bleu trained chef who hails from Peru, this popular bistro features a modern, upscale smattering of Peruvian specialties (seafood dishes, pork ribs, gnocchi with shrimp, salads, soups and more). La Parada is a fairly intimate venue, with indoor and outdoor seating, and modern-ish décor. La Parada does not take reservations unless you have ...Popular withLuxury
- 133 reviews
Tues-Sat 8 to 4, Sun 8-2. A very casual restaurant in a tranquil and shaded courtyard. It’s kind of like a Mexican version of a diner. They serve reliable traditional breakfast items (of both the American and Mexican variety), freshly squeezed juices and diner-quality coffee. This busy little restaurant is an expat favorite due to their extremely reasonable prices and ...
- 143 reviews
Charming Family resturant,or vist their Deli for cold meats,and international cheesesPopular withFamiliesLuxury
- 152 reviews
Open 9 a.m. to midnight. This unpretentious café has tables with large colorful umbrellas stationed on the corner of Cuna de Allende & Cuadrante (just a block behind the Parroquia). We really enjoy it for breakfast and lunch. It’s a great people watching spot, and the simple Mexican fare is consistently good. They also have indoor seating across the street.
- 161 review
This cozy corner restaurant right on the zocalo has just 8 tables. The friendly waiters and incredible home cooking is to be savored. Don't miss the sopa de polla and pechuga de pollo al mojo de ajo.
- 181 review
Excellent local place to grab a bite. Opened by a young couple from Matha's Vineyard their flavor of Asian Fusion is not found anywhere else in San Miguel and they throw amazing parties from time to time that become the go-to place of the evening. Oko also boasts one of the best drink menu's in San Miguel. Definitely worth a ...Popular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
- 191 review
La Felguera (the restaurant inside Hotel Carmina Posada). Cuna de Allende 7. This is another restaurant where we eat breakfast often, primarily because of the setting. The restaurant is in a large, shaded courtyard of an old hacienda, with a fountain and beautiful orange trees. The menu is traditional Mexican/American, and the food is reliably good. They often have a ...
- 201 review
Nemesio Diaz 10 (inside Nena Boutique Hotel). 1 p.m. – 11 p.m. Closed Mondays. Chef Mateo Salas, formerly of OCA Restaurant in the tony Mexico City suburb of Polanco, serves up his own version of haute cuisine in this gorgeous courtyard restaurant that is very popular with the young, hip and affluent. Menu specialties include foie gras, beef carpaccio as ...Popular withTrendsters