Very good but basic breakfast. Sunday brunch. Sadly closed now to become Italian restaurant. Was very popular.
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As of April 1st, it has closed its doors and is being renovated by the new owner. They will have to be really good to match the quality and service of one of Ajijic’s icons. AivarsT
There last Sunday for a late breakfast..Very Busy..Sat outside..so kind of forgotten about..maybe our fault..should have had the Sunday Buffet.. Ordered off the menu.. Ordered #1..it came with 2 eggs, 2 ham & 2 bacon ..With toast & Hash Browns..But changed Ham for 2 sausage..But...More
We Gringos went there for Canadian Thanksgiving. A so-so delivery of an average old person's meat and potatos dinner. Nothing particularly tasteful. The pumpkin pie had no spice tang to it at all. Quite frankly, I would not go back based on hat dinner alone,...More
Good as always. I order a salad plate with a meet cut and guacamole. Mmmmm My son order a hamburger and a milkshake and a piece of cake and everything was delicious. Thumbs up!
Salvador's is one of those dependable places, decent Mexican and American food at very inexpensive prices, especially as the exchange rate keeps giving more Pesos for American and Canadian money. Service is okay. They even have a modest salad bar, which is a rarety in...More
A bunch of us guys meet there every Friday morning for conversation and a delicious breakfast. Service is always great and they often remember what we usually order.
I stop by this time for a lonch. I ask for something of the menu. FILETE DE PESCADO AL MOJO DE AJO. ( Fish in garlic sauce with rice and salad. Mmmmm. Love it! N' for dessert Chocoflan. Delicious! I'll be back soon. Thanks guys.
Salvador's is dependable and convenient to the Wednesday tiangus in Ajijic. Dependable food and service.
Very good for eating inside or outside. A menu to cater for all tastes. Generous in portions and value for money. A good team of waiter who are attentive without being intrusive. The breakfast menu is comprehensive and a favorite with the ex-pat community. Comfortable...More