San Miguel’s culinary base is growing. From street food to five-star dining, we found culinary treasures everywhere this year.
Dos Casas Boutique Hotel and Spa
Bu’i – cocina de campo
Casa de Cocinas
Pila Seca #2
Best English Muffins: La Mesa Grande, # 49 Zacateros
Why fight it. This is an infatuation I can’t seem to get past. Once you’ve tasted these English muffins, you’ll never want to buy them at a supermarket again.
This popular Mexican breakfast stop may convince you to give up that bowl of Zucaritas once and for all. Since 1986, this stand in the Mercado San Juan de Dios makes fresh huaraches; an oblong, masa base that is dressed with selected toppings such as salsa, potatoes, onions, or meat then covered with a pile of ranchero cheese. Spice it up with a dose of peppery salsa.
The Parrillada proves that there is nothing like a combination of steak, chicken, and chorizo with a smidgen of shrimp, to get you excited about BBQ. Don’t forget to request an extra order of tortillas because this mixed grill is large enough for a three-way split.
An addiction worth giving up almost everything for including the ice-cold cerveza you wash it down with.
One thing for sure: Chef Mariano is committed to the quality of his products and it shows. Watch for a post on Chef Mariano next week.