This quaint restaurant in a unsuspecting neighborhood was delightfully decadent in ambience and in flavors. They have several specialties to include a Tamron margarita which is a must!
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This seems to be a secret best known to locals, but Tacos Don Felix is worth the search. The food is quite good and the vibe and price best suited to the expatriate clientele, but service is excellent and the eclectic decor fun and enjoyable....More
Fun by Don Felix and his family, this restaurant serves authentic Mexican food which is fresh and deliciously prepared!!!
Loved the charming atmosphere, food and service. Delicious and large margaritas. I enjoyed vegetarian enchiladas and my other family members ate a house chicken specialty dish. Expect to be greeted by the cook and owner as though you are long lost friends. I do not...More
This is my second try for this restaurant, only because it's so convenient to my home, no more ! The restaurant is not clean, the service is lack luster and the food is just horrible. There are to many awesome taco stands in thus neighborhood...More
Have lived in San Miguel de Allende for about a year now. This restaurant is our favorite. The food is outstanding offering a variety of delicious dishes. The service is perfect with the owner seeing to that every diner has a pleasant experience in his...More
8 people party. Kids included. Great atmosphere but even better food. Willing to customize and substitute and that is great when travelling with children. Do not be afraid of the first impression from the outside I think is purposely made like that. Once inside great...More
This restaurant is really cute and located in a neighborhood near my home. Chips and salsa were awesome and the huge iced margarita was as well ( fishbowl size margarita glass) . Guacamole was great as well ...it was my main dish that was just...More
We get to this place fairly frequently, despite its rather obscure location. The quality of food and service at this family run restaurant is always good, which explains the loyalty of its clientele, Mexican and foreign alike. The super-sized tamarind margaritas are fun and the...More
The enchilada meat was gristly and the sauce tasted like it came from a Sysco can. The horchata tasted like it was saturated with artificial coconut flavoring. The maitre d (owner?) was argumentative.