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I went with my family last Saturday and the service it's ok as well the food. We order some paste that had not salt, not flavor at all we send it back almost complete we only ate the duck that had on the pasta and...More
We discovered this restaurant last Saturday when we were taking a History Tour through Querétaro´s historic center. We walked by and said we would come back later to check it out. So glad we did! We arrived early evening and decided to sit inside. The...More
I have no doubt that El Chamizo will becomes a classic tapas bar of Queretaro (if it isn’t already)! It has fantastic staff, a great location and the most amazing food. We had calamari, anchovies, dry fried aubergine, and some great red wine. El Chamizo...More
Ordered patatas bravas (potatoes) and pasta with olives, minced meat, tomato sauce and a sprinkling of cheese. The potatoes were delicious but the meat in the spaghetti was too strong in taste for me. Could be something of personal preference. However, it seemed that the...More
El Chamizo is a cafe fabuloso in the direction of Fundadores. It is in a perfect location to sit and watch the work go by. The food is tapas style and is exquisite, from the beautifully presented salads to the amazing fried gambas you cannot...More
We stumbled on Chamizo just before heading to the Museum of Contemporary Art which is also worth a visit. Located in the apex of two streets just off one of the centro's plazas, Chamizo has indoor and outdoor seating and feels very European. For December,...More
Last time I visited Queretaro I wanted to try this place out but didn’t quite get round to it. So this time I took the first opportunity and headed to Chamizo. Coffee and the ricotta and blueberry salad (see photo). Coffee was good but the...More