Tio Lucas is located opposite the theatre in San Miguel de Allende. Inside, the decor is a bit like a 1950s movie set of a restaurant. We went there a couple of times during our stay in San Miguel in February 2012. The first time was after we left the theatre opposite, and wanted to have a meal. It looked expensive, but we thought we would give it a try. There were six of us, and the waiter managed to find us a comfortable table, even though it was quite full. As this was a Saturday evening, there was a live jazz trio playing, and they were good! The cuisine is a fusion of Mexican and traditional N. American (steaks, etc.). The food was tasty and portions were generous, and when the bill came, we were pleasantly surprised at the how reasonable it was. Accordingly we had decided to go there for our last meal in Mexico before returning home. We had a more elaborate meal, complete with Caesar salad, aperitifs (margaritas, etc.) and wine. Again, we were pleased at the quality, and the price. All the food was good, but the os buco ordered by my wife was especially good - so much meat she had to pass her plate over to me to finish it. I would definitely make a point of eating there again if I once again find myself in San Miguel
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