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Bovine, the acclaimed brasserie in San Miguel de Allende where meat matters

This spring we headed to San Miguel and made some fabulous foodie discoveries, including Bovine, a contemporary meat-focused brasserie-style gourmet restaurant led by Australian Chef Paul Bentley.

San Miguel de Allende, the dreamy colonial-era city in the Mexican central highlands, has captivated visitors for more than a century. Writers, artists and romantic wanderers have come seeking inspiration or escapism.

However, these days it?s not just the art and the architecture that draws the visitors, but the food too ? San Miguel is without doubt one of Mexico?s centres of culinary and restaurant innovation, writes Andrew Forbes.

Style & Substance
Found within the über stylish Código Postal building ? a chic, renovated historic house now a collective for design, fashion & jewellery creators – one finds this elegant brasserie.
Bovine is a sophisticated take on a classic steak house. Bruce James and Juan Pablo Gallegos (the innovators behind award-winning Hotel Matilda and Moxi Restaurant) have created a restaurant that is at once contemporary but also classic, with echoes of art deco.

There’s an outside terrace; elegant indoor dining, and the full-length bar creates the setting for fun after-work cocktails and pre-dinner drinks.

It?s a striking and alluring place to showcase the culinary talents of Chef Paul Bentley. He and his team endeavour to go beyond the usual steakhouse approach, elevating classic cuts to gourmet dishes with seasonal flavours ? ...
Source: theluxuryeditor