Now, let’s get down to our main order of business — the meals and drinks — because these are the fundamental reasons why you wanna visit Bar San Miguel. As mentioned earlier, Bar San Miguel specializes in Mexican cuisine and has a pretty decent menu selection. If you consider yourself a chips y salsa enthusiast, say no more because Bar San Miguel has got you covered. Bar San Miguel house-made blue and red chips are very good and promise to delight even the people without an affinity for colored chips. The salsa is equally delightful and does not disappoint. You can never go wrong with chips y salsa at Bar San Miguel.
Bar San Miguel’s guacamole y chips keeps it minimal and straightforward. You will certainly enjoy it. However, do not overindulge in this selection unless you fancy not talking about it on the next day. The empanadas are excellent and not greasy. They go for $11 and feature melted Oaxaca cheese, jalapeno crema, and arugula salad. This is the perfect selection if you like Mexican Mozzarella sticks. Another dish you must try at the Bar San Miguel is the fish taco. This selection goes for just $9 and promises your taste buds the taste of their life. Well, almost.
The chile Relleno consists of a large poblano pepper, filled with mushroom, carrot, and Oaxaca cheese. This is an excellent choice for vegetarians. The short rib enchiladas are arguably one of the best offerings on the menu of Bar San Miguel. Inside these enchiladas is braised short rib meat which makes them super flavorful. The cheese is perfectly balanced, and there is a chicken version of these enchiladas as well. The salsa trio y totopos goes for $6 and features black bean dip, roasted tomato salsa, and salsa verde. The house chips are made daily using fresh corn tortillas. The guacamole y totopos goes for $10 and features fresh guacamole made in-house by Bar San Miguel.
The longanisa goes for $9 and features guacamole, jalapeno Mexican crema, and seared longganisa pork sausage (a favorite for corporate catering to local companies like Avante and Cisco). The Camarones are also quite delightful and go for $12. This selection features chipotle glazed shrimp, orange, jicama, and arugula salad. Cerdo also goes for $12 and features roasted Mexican potatoes, mango salsa, and grilled pork tenderloin. Equally delightful is the Cordero which goes for $14 and features a grilled rack of lamb chops and mint zucchini salad. Carne de Reyes goes for $14 and features spinach, green beans, and seared skirt steak.
There are many side snacks available including tortillas for $2, salsa trio for $4.50, guacamole for $5, and the Arroz y frijoles which goes for $6 featuring queso fresco, Mexican rice, and black beans. The dessert selection includes the churros and tarta de lima which go for $9 each.