Dila in San Antonio

by Dennis Williams
(SMA)

We have eaten at Dila's in San Antonio (across from the Institue)twice now and found the food and service to be excellent.


Dila's is marketed as a Sri Lankan restaurant, but it has a fine choice of that and other ethnic foods as well. The curry is great and I especially enjoyed the Asian Pasta dish that included noodles, shrimp, artichoke hearts and other ingredients. Order it hot and you will be sweating!

Dila's is located on the Ancha de San Antonio across from the Instituto Allende, an easy walk from the Jardín. It's open from noon till midnight Tuesday through Sunday, closed Mondays.

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Couldn't agree more!
by: Carolyn from Chicago

We went on a Saturday when there is music by Jack and Frances, very accomplished classical guitar players, and a wonderful jazz guitarist/patron joined them and played a few solos.

I had the Devil Pork, asked for it medium hot, and it was one of the best dishes I have ever put in my mouth. I was a Doubting Thomas about good Indian food in San Miguel, but my friend from Jodpuhr was with us and abosolutely loved it, too. We absolutely loved the food and the whole experience. We will be back.

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Ordering "off-menu" at Dila's
by: Cecilia Phillips

My family loves Dila's. His shrimp kabob is delectable.

Dila, the chef and owner, will also mix and match ingredients to your singular taste. My husband is fond of ordering "off menu" Mahi Mahi blended with Dila's mouth-watering potato curry.

Jul 20, 2008
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Oh, I do agree
by: Donna

Ooooh, I so agree with your recommendation of this great place. I've been meaning to put it on the Best Restaurants page here on the site, but you've beat me to it.

My first visit was with a fair-sized group after we made the "Seven Churches Pilgrimage" during Holy Week this year. Not one of our group was disappointed.

My only problem with Dila's is that I love the hearty fish soup so much, it often keeps me from trying other dishes. That soup--really more of a stew--is so thick and rich and it smells like heaven and the sea rolled into one. It's full of shrimp and marlin and other wonderful sea creatures plus noodles and veggies in a coconut milk base.

I have managed to branch out and try some of the delicious chicken and lamb curries and real basmati rice. I'm not a fan of fire in my food, but Dilshan, the owner/chef, will happily adjust the heat level for you from none to napalm.

Dilshan is Sri Lankan born, Swiss trained, and married to a Mexican--right at home in our international community in San Miguel.

Though you could spend quite a lot here, with drinks, wine, dessert, etc., you can also find many choices on the menu for under $10.

Do check this one out. It's worthy of your next special occasion.

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