Awful, undrinkable coffee. So avoid that at all costs. Apart from that quite decent, nicely mexican. Probably worth a try, the food is quite good and the prices are ok too.
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Frankly not as good as we had hoped for. Food is OK and very inexpensive. Convenient location. But the food reminded me of Mexican food you get here in the States. That's not what I went to Guanajuato for.
This place was amazing!! Cheap, clean, cheerful with the best food in Gto! Try the chilaquiles, you will not be disappointed. Utterly amazing.
Casa Ofelia is conveniently located around the corner from the Basilica. We were seated and waited on immediately. Decor was bright, cheery. So far this is the only place we have found Bohemia beer. The chile relleno is served with rice and beans, all excellent,...More
Central location, very good service, good Mexican food, reasonable prices. It was very peaceful, but the atmosphere was bright and colorful. Not exceptional, but certainly more than simp adequate.
I have been to Casa Ofelia multiple times. Each time has been a great experience. The decoration and music provide a wonderful calm and relaxing ambiance. There are many options from American style breakfast to traditional Mexican favorites. Don't miss out on the Guacamole or...More
Colorful furniture, quieter than the neighboring restaurant. Food average, some days better.. Liveliest on Sundays.
On our first night in Guanajuato we headed here, based on the good reviews. I was surprised to see no one in the restaurant. The interior is very pleasant and we were immediately greeted by a friendly waiter. Our margaritas were tasty. We ordered the...More
After reading the Tripadvisor reviews I was expecting much better food and service. We even tried it twice hoping our second experience would be better, but no such luck. The food is just okay but you can find local street vendors doing better.
Casa Ofelia is right next to my hotel, and I wasn't in the mood to wander the streets looking at menus, (Wandering the streets in Guanajuato can be daunting since it's streets are a serpentine labyrinth of narrow alleyways that twist and turn like black...More