Where to Eat in Santiago de Querétaro

EL FAUNO Original Mediterranean kitchen. Andador Matamoros No. 2, Historical Center Phone (442) 212-3624 LE BISTROT French gastronomy. Restaurant – bar. Andador M. Matamoros No. 6-A, Centro Histórico Phone (442) 212-8538 NICO’S Mexican kitchen dedicated to preserving the traditional Mexican taste. Family atmosphere. Blvd. Bernardo Quintana 506, Col. Arboledas Phone (442) 212-6617 LA OVEJA NEGRA If you desire to enjoy delicious pork meat or a soft beef ¨barbacoa¨, this is the place for you. Km. 1.520 Libramiento a San Luis Potosi (Blvd. Bernardo Quintana) Phone (442) 220-82-13 LOS GALLOS Regional Mexican kitchen. El Giro Col. Constituyentes Phone (442) 216-4363

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