Our Reviews

Encontramos este lugar caminando, y los dueños se presentaron en la acera porque les gustó mi abrigo. 2 noches más tarde hicimos una reserva y disfrutamos muchísimo. El menú es pequeño pero bien editado. Tuvimos una gran ensalada César para comenzar, luego chuletón de cordero perfectamente preparado para mi esposa. Tuve Coq Au Vin que fue uno de los mejores que he probado. Compramos nuestro propio vino y nos cobraron una pequeña tarifa de descorche. Terminamos con postre de tarta de manzana. Los propietarios y el personal fueron atentos y el servicio fue excelente. Recomendamos encarecidamente Salvajes Brasserie. ¡Definitivamente regresaremos!

Tom S

Excellent food, drinks, and service. Reservations recommended. We had the lobster on French Toast, steak tartare, chocolate mousse, and apple tartain. All perfect. We will be back!

John Buginas

Excellent meal and service. All the dishes were well seasoned and beautifully plated. The Romaine salad was exquisite as was the sea bass. Looking forward to returning and trying other dishes.

Larry Chait

Wow-a charming and decadent experience! The warm ambiance paired well with sizzling-Cheesy Hot French Onion soup! Crazy yummy Lobster French Toast..! Breads and salads were perfect. We were treated like VIP’s sitting at the kitchen/bar..Every dish that passed by looked amazing. The petite macaroons should be illegal..the flavors…truffle/salty/sugary/buttery!! Crème brûlée filled crepe with raspberry sorbet? Such pleasant and happy servers. Smiles all around! What a treat!

Alana Kelly

Incredible and unmissable place in San Miguel

Priscila Nava Motta

We felt like we discovered a hidden gem. It’s a small intimate beautiful restaurant with rooftop seating. The food was excellent! Small wonderful menu that changes. We just traveled to Paris and the French Onion Soup here was so much better. The salad was fabulous! We enjoyed eating here so much that we went twice. Make a reservation.


Suculento la selección de alimentos es espectacular.


Incredible new restaurant from the same chef / owner of Bastardo, every dish was amazing

Tommy Sobel

What a delight! Alejandra has designed the multilevel space into a series of small, open "rooms" so that everywhere offers a feeling of intimate dining. Some tables open to the kitchen, an unusual feature in San Miguel. The service is attentive and thoughtful, and the unusual cocktails were beautiful and tasty. And the food: WOW. The menu is eclectic with something for everyone and the flavors are perfect. They offer the best salad in San Miguel with bursting red romaine and a marvelous dressing. Desserts looked fantastic, but we couldn't get to them. I'd say go there right away, because soon they will be booked for months! Congratulations to a spectacular team!

Bamboo R

A friend invited me to dinner on what I think was their opening night. Superb, the Coq au Vin was real French cuisine, absolutely delicious.

El Arbol San Miguel

The lamb was delicious. We were inside but it was open to the air, which we like nowadays. When we needed a taxi a very nice worker went to the corner and got one for us. It took him a while but he persevered.

Charmane Eastman

Exelente lugar para cenar, todos los platillos que probé estaban increíbles


This much talk about restaurant was on our list to try and we chose it for our and my birthday. We made a reservation as it is recommended. We sat on the upper floor terrace hard stairs to manœuvre. The service was very good and staff did their upmost to provide a good service. Food exquisite the sea bass cooked to perfection wished it had more vegetables, half a potato seems on light side. My wife and guest had the French toast lobster and loved it. For desserts I had the chocolate truffle ice cream served with madeleines. My wife had the tart Tatum a different interpretation of the French classic. Only negative note was that our guest had a very spicy pepper in the ice cream which was a kitchen error. They replaced the dish with a new one and apologized and offered a lemonade to our guest. Considering the error I was surprise they did not comp the dessert. While in line with other venues in town, they seemed to be a bit pricier.

Marc O

If there is a new restaurant in San Miguel de Allende worthy of a Michelin Guide star, it is apropos that it serves the best french food in town! Salvajes Brasserie hits high notes on all the essential elements: seasonal ingredients, stimulating flavors, cozy yet elegant ambiance, personalized hospitality...all par excellence!

dante newyork

Out of this world steaks

Jon Dillingham

Absolutely delicious! Chef Jorge has done it again, This stunning gem has a menu full of flavor and beauty. We enjoyed the lobster French toast, French onion soup, bone marrow escargot and the desserts included truffle cream French macaroons and crape wrapped crème brûlée, all were so decadent. We sat at a small counter top in front of the kitchen and watched the chef smoothly execute the dinner rush. There are a lot of tables but as a chef it was the best seat in the house. Service was top notch and they made me a delicious Mocktail to accompany dinner. We will definitely go back again soon.

Ruby Jameson

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