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- General Info:
- Step through the door, and you’ll think you stepped across the border. Festive lighting, wrought iron detail, Southwestern throw pillows in each booth and an authentic Mexican tile floor create this fabulous illusion. Start with a signature Chimayo Margarita, a local’s favorite. Don’t miss the dipping sauce that’s served with the fresh baked bread. Favorites include the Crown Roast of Barbecue Spareribs with a chipotle and caramelized pineapple glaze served with buttermilk whipped potatoes and Dos Equis beer-battered onion rings. The Mexican Chocolate Fondue for four served with a tureen of melted espresso-cinnamon chocolate with dipping favorites of cinnamon sugar churros, peanut butter cookies, Mexican wedding cookies, banana, pineapple, and seasonal berries is sure to finish this delectable experience with a warm cozy feeling.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (435) 649-0672
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
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- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Fine Dining, Family Style, Mexican, American, Latin American, Healthy, Vegetarian
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
07/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We visited this wonderful restaurant during Sundance '08, and were very impressed. We arrived a bit early for our reservation, but were promptly seated by the fire at our request. The ambience was lovely, with the fire, candles, and the perfect amount of lighting. Our waiter arrived, and quickly proved himself to be knowledgable in every respect. He guided us through the ordering process, including some great wine recommendations. The food was incredible. We ordered the Goat Cheese and Mozzarella Chile Relleno and ate every last bit of it. Next I had the pumpkin bisque, which was very welcome on a freezing January evening - it was velvety and delicious. I had the Avocado salad, and couldn't have been happier with the fresh and beautiful flavor of the avocado offset by some kind of chile-vinaigrette, greens, and papaya. Finally, I had the Filet Mignon, which was out-of-this-world scrumptious - juicy, tender, flavorful, and seasoned uniquely. I had sorbet for dessert, which wasn't anything special, but it was a refreshing finish to an amazing meal. I definitely recommend this restaurant--you'll love it!
05/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
We had an incredible experience at Chimayo. It's expensive but worth every penny. I had the prime rib because of the accompanying potatoe stuffed with shrimp and spinach. It was simply amazing. The other member of my party had the elk, which was exquisite. We highly recommend it.
03/17/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Had a group of 4 and the waitress wouldn't let us order appetizer seprately! She wanted the entire order at once then the food came out very quickly, entree out before appetizers 1/2 finished. We were treated like they couldn't wait to turn the table. Too expensive for such poor service. Food was good if you are allowed to enjoy it, which we weren't.
02/14/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This was my first visit to Chimayo. It was very pleased. Order the elk, it was so so so so great! Everyone in my party absolutley loved their food. On the appetizers, they were great too, but they serve about 1 or 2 people, they are extremely small for their price.
02/17/2004Provided by Citysearch -
We have been coming to Park City for the past three ski seasons and everyone has always recommended Chimayo. So, this year we finally got a reservation.
The food was perfectly presented and the wait staff are cheerful and professional.
I highly recommend the BBQ Spareribs and the Mole Filet Mignot. They were both absolutely scrumptious! Additionally, the bread is served with a deliciously spicy garlic-jalepeno sauce.
12/27/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Great atmosphere, very good service. Very nice ambience. Unfortunately all the food was tainted with cilantro, which pungent smell none of 4 of us could tolerate. So, although we appreciated chef's creations mostly for visual qualities, and were pleased with great service, we could not really enjoy the food. This is a place for Mexican food affectionados only.
05/15/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The atmosphere here is wonderful--it's warm and inviting and the service is attentive. The flavors here are bold and unusual as are the serving plates: Dishes are served on oversized stone dinnerware. It's got the feel of an upscale restaurant in the heart of Santa Fe.