Where to Eat in San Miguel de Allende

As it should be expected, the great gastronomical variety of San Miguel de Allende besides being very varied offers the best quality in the preparation of food and service. Enjoy the most delicious Mexican specialties in the city with “the best Mexican cuisine” according to some experts, as well as the best dishes of Italian, Spanish, French and Mediterranean fare. CANTINA DE LOS MILAGROS Mexican cuisine VILLA DEL GOURMET Mexican buffet HECHO EN MEXICO Mexican cuisine SAN AGUSTÍN Traditional Mexican cuisine AZAFRAN GOURMET LOUNGE Mediterranean ANTIGUA TRATTORIA ITALIANA Italian MAMMA MIA Italian MARKET BISTRO French EL ASADOR CATALÁN Spanish EL RINCON ESPAÑOL Spanish

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