We followed Rob's suggestion (from the Hotel QQ) and for dinner went to Beer Garden (Av. Madero 200 a malecon, Chapala, Jal., tel. 376-765-3656). It had a beautiful view of the lake and the sunset. The food was good but the servers were not attentive and were annoying. We shared everything as usual. We started with “Tradicional ‘Caldo Michi’" described as "our ancestors recipe of the whole catfish in broth” (M$109). There was a whole catfish in a delicious broth with some vegetables in it too. It took a very long time for it to arrive. In the meantime we had totopos and salsa to keep us from starving. Our next dish was the local “Malcajetes” (M$159) mounted on a volcanic hot stone with roasted nopales and spring onion with arrachera, chicken and shrimp, sweet pepper, tomato and sliced onion with lots of cheese. It was quite a dish. We had one India Negro (M$26). A10% tip was automatically added. The meal cost M$333 (exchange rate M$13.10 = US$1). We would recommend you try this restaurant.
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