Discover Restaurants offering the best Spanish food in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico. Aguascalientes (Spanish pronunciation: [ˌa.ɣwas.kaˈljen.tes] ( listen)), officially the Free and Sovereign State of Aguascalientes (Spanish: Estado Libre y Soberano de Aguascalientes, literally: Hot Waters), is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided in 11 municipalities and its capital city is Aguascalientes.
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4 based on 147 reviews
Puerta Grande es un restaurante de comida espaÃ±ola ubicado en Aguascalientes, Estamos para satisfacer sus paladares.
It's a pity that it is not that much crowded. On the first evening we were the only table, For second time we arrived earlier, there was another table busy... It's an spanish restaurant, with some guy from Madrid (besides some Mexican waiters). Real service, real nice dishes, bacalau as starters is excellent (also for people who do not like fish that much). The grilled beef steak with some wine sauce is excellent as well (better than some more fancy looking main courses). Mainly spanish wines available.
4 based on 441 reviews
The food here is fabulous! The pork Yucatan was perfect and so tender. The lime soup was great also. Unfortunately, they brought by associate the wrong meal, and then told him that pork was chicken. Obviously taking advantage of the fact that he doesn't speak Spanish. They never came back to bring another drink or check on us, and then took a solid 45 minutes to bring our bill.
4 based on 53 reviews
So every once in awhile one finds an excellent restaurant that offers unusual and original dishes. This is that place. Xoconostle which means tuna; a Mexican cactus fruit. Spacious and modern with appealing decor and oh so refreshing Jamaica and rosemary water. Freshly made huitlacoche totopos served with spicy salsa are courtesy of the house. For starters you must try the Huaraches de TuÃ©tano and the Elopozole negro soup which is incredibly smooth, a little spicy and rich in flavor. The pato de mole negro was cooked to perfection and I could have licked the plate because it was so tender and juicy. The pulpo needs work; a little too chewy but washed down with an exceptional bottle of local Santa Elena wine. For dessert it was Texturas de atole and chocolate. Interesting, subtle and delicious. Xoconostle is probably my new favorite place because the service is excellent and the food is delicious, interesting, appealing to the eye and prepared with ingredients that are not your typical Mexican cuisine.
4 based on 38 reviews
Went with my girlfriend looking for a different option in town. And it's now on my list of go-to places. Prices are OK, tacos are good, saladas as well. Want to go back and try the arrachera !! The guacamole is very good as well!
4 based on 46 reviews
Third visit in the last three months. A good variety of typical Mexican food of the Pacific / cocteles,tacos,tostadas,agua chiles.Particulary the diferent variety of chile sauces. At 3pm Saturday and Sunday totally pack.A very friendly and Eficient service.I request Tequila Cazadores..they do not have it.And the manager said ..give just five minutes to get it.They brought to the table before that time.Wish to have in place like this in Cuernavaca,Morelos.Good service and prices very reasonable.A must if you go to Aguas and look for food of this kind.
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