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Recommendation Corner: Carmen’s

Recommendation Corner: Carmen’s

There is no shortage of gorgeous gourmet restaurants in San Miguel de Allende, but sometimes you just want some authentic, regional Mexican food cooked to perfection at an adorable hole in the wall. Then, I highly recommend Carmen’s. There is nothing pretentious about this place! Just consistently good, inexpensive lunches right in Carmen’s kitchen.

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Among her daily plates she has chicken and beef “milanesa” (pounded, breaded and fried), and fried fish filet, served with Mexican rice, homemade beans and veggies; various enchiladas, soups, and 2 or 3 different daily fruit waters, such as mango, pineapple, guava and more. Generally a plate of food and fresh fruit water will run you about 50 pesos (US 3.33) and you will leave happy and full.

Carmen’s is located on the Ancha de San Antonio right next to the Pemex and Café Sol.



Mittie Roger has been blogging for 5 years; her blog focuses on off the beaten path travel in the Americas. Both a blogger and a social media consultant, Mittie works with writers, brands, and artists of many mediums. Her first book of short stories, Aurora, was published in December of 2013 after its title story, “Aurora”, received second place in the 2012 Richard Bausch contest. Her fiction has also appeared in Our Stories and Monkey Puzzle Literary Magazine and her non-fiction has appeared in Land Rover Magazine, Land Rover Monthly and Fuse. Her most recent publication, These Boots Are Made for Walking: Travel Journal and Workbook, uses creative prompts to get you thinking differently, traveling more and experiencing life.

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