New and Notable: San Miguel Dining 2013

April 6, 2013

Filed under: Dining in San Miguel — Tags: — Annie @ 3:07 pm

San Miguel continues to gain status as a foodie destination. Riding this wave are some new and notable restaurants that feature local organic ingredients:
Calenda Restaurante/Bar (fresh-modern-trendy cuisine in a lovely central patio, with a chef from Mexico City and a fabulous roof terrace with a view – inside the posh Hotel Nena)
Calle Nemesio Diez #10; tel: 154-7129
La Parada (modern Peruvian cuisine, with ceviches galore, pisco sours and a limited but creative menu in an open-air dining room)
Calle Recreo #94; tel: 152-0473
Lolita (Mexican classics with a contemporary twist  in an upscale setting about a mile south of the Jardin)
Salida a Celaya #52 (just before the Telmex office); tel: 185-8009
Bhaji (San Miguel’s first Indian restaurant and curry house, a tiny 5-table offshoot of their popular location in nearby Queretaro)
Calle Cuadrante #34; tel: 152-6439
Moxi, inside the ultra-hip Hotel Matilda (upscale contemporary Mexican cuisine in the swank hotel dining room near the pool, with a menu by Mexican super chef Enrique Olvera)
Calle Aldama #53; tel: 152-1015
De-Temporada Farm Restaurant (fresh seasonal casual dining in a small countryside setting, overlooking the vegetable garden)
Located southwest of town, beyond the train station, at the entrance to La Trinidad organic farm; tel: 151-0673