Awesome all around
The food and service were amazing… The staff made a very tactical error and seated the two of us downstairs amongst huge groups of families with very rowdy kids. No couple would’ve wanted to have been in the seat. And when we pointed this out as we were leaving just suggest that they reconsider doing this in the future the response came with a major attitude from the hostess
We loved the food, drinks & unique decor. We had a reservation & ended up having to wait another 30 mins before being seated. My only complaint would be the temperature of the restaurant. It’s a fairly small/packed place & felt like 80 degrees.
Our meal at Chimayo was excellent! Portions were large and we habitual dessert-eaters were too stuffed to sample the sweets. The spinach salad, mushroom quesadilla, queso fundido, and carne asado were stand-outs. They have a great varied menu and we are looking forward to returning and sampling the rest.
Food was good but in my opinion overpriced
Fabulous Midwestern food. Amazing variety of snappy spices and sauces with delightful citrus freshness. The ceviche was the best ever and the sliced elk and lamb chops tender and delicious. There is no bar. It is Park city after all. But we had a nice round of margaritas which were perfect and not too sweet. We were too full for dessert.
Good food. Cramped booth. Service was okay.
This is one restaurant we always visit when in Park City. An extremely creative menu melding classical ingredients with a Southwestern influence. While it is not cheap, it is, in my mind, worth it. Make reservations. The decor is pleasant. It is a bit crowded. After all , everyone else wants to eat there, too. While the noise level is not bad, it would be difficult to have an intimate conversation. Go for the food.
Delicious but a bit pricey. We were seated right away. I suggest getting a reservation.
Phenomenal restaurant with exceptional service. The entrees are gigantic so order wisely.
Excellent service and wonderful culinary experience
Really crowded...the wait staff didn’t really have the time to help us with the menu. She was really really busy. The food left a lot to be desired especially how expensive it was. Probably wouldn’t go back...
Great food, service good......we were smushed in a downstairs booth so small we couldn't even take a group of 5 picture. The wait staff seemed to try and fill u up on bread. We've dined here in the past however this by far was out worst experience. Not sure we'll be back.
Great meal as always and beautiful setting.
Seemed Rushed and fast.
Service was like a FAST FOOD restaurant with $$ prices.
Many servers to bring you your food. Though the waiter was good the intent of restaurant was "Business". Felt rushed served and checked out.
Will not visit again!!! Food was good but could not enjoy it peacefully. I guess "make hay while sun shines".
Food looks pretty but tastes terrible. My wagyu beef steak (so they claimed) was so stringy it was inedible. The trout fajitas came on a pretty bed of veggies, but tasted like dry salmon. Really disappointing for the very high prices. Chevys is 1/4 the price and has better margaritas.
My fourth visit over many years, and this trip upheld my previous opinions: There are few restaurants that surpass the ambiance of the upstairs room of Chimayo. I go back to this restaurant for this reason only. Unfortunately, you might be seated downstairs, which is fine, but then you're missing the main reason for being there. The food is OK; somewhat ambitious ideas, but the actual food is just OK and never overwhelmingly good. The food is FAR overpriced ($40+ entree) for the quality... a $12 plate at nearby mexican restaurants are probably tastier. Great service. Overall, definitely not worth the money, but if you're looking for a romantic spot, it can't be beat.
Food was Great but we have been seated by the checking in desk , we had all people checking , waiting on my husband back . It was too crowded , you can not have any conversation by the table .
The restaurant seems to have lost it's edge.
It had been an annual staple for us as was Wahso but with have become average
Very good food and service with departures from typical Southwestern fare. The stuffed chicken breast was outstanding.
This restaurant is really special. The interior design is beautiful and our meals were delicious. So hard to choose what to have because everything on the menu looked intriguing. Plan ahead! Reservations are not easy to get during ski season.
Mediocre food at exorbitant prices. Don't fall for it, stick with brew pubs or Riverhouse in PC.
Our appetizers (soup and salad) arrived almost
Instantaneously, even before our drinks! It felt like fast food, not fine dining...Nonetheless, the
Lobster-Corn Chowder was very good, albeit a little heavy. Entrees were very good and portions were very generous.
While the restaurant is not responsible for its patrons, our experience was diminished by a very loud family group of 7 seated next to us. They kept singing to make a baby laugh. Fun for them; not so much for us.
Extremely overpriced. Small portions at an astronomical price. We live in Chicago and are well used to fine dining. $50 entrees (3 scallops). $20 appetizers (a mushroom quesadilla the size of silver dollar pancake), $30 veggie burrito? I don't know who they think they are. I understand that you pay ski town prices in a ski town, but this was absurd.
Noise level detracted from the experience which othwise was good. Not sure we would go again
Cool atmosphere. Love that it's on Main Street. The food was delicious, but definitely overpriced. There's no meat entree on the menu under $40. All of our plates should have been priced at $10 less then they were. $40-$60 entrees should be at steak fine dining places.
Great restaurant with great service. We sat on the main floor with great atmosphere, but the downstairs is cramped and does not offer the same vibe.
Great place and atmosphere but it is extremely expensive. Entrees are about 48$ and up, like for an enchilada. Highly recommend Lux margarita.
Chimayo is a very good restaurant. The ambiance and service are amazing. The food is authentic and very tasty with an extremely interesting menu with unusual plates. The only problem we found was the price of entrees to be expensive. All entrees (with the exception of a vegetarian enchilada) were $45 - $51 dollars. This makes the difference of going there once as a special occasion to going multiple times during your trip. Overall, it was a great experience.
Server was great. House margarita was very good. The chili relleno appetizer arrived with cold, unmelted cheese in the center. When I said something about it to the server, she apologized and brought one that was cooked correctly. The scallops was a light dish (only 3 or 4 scallops) that was cooked very well, but overpriced for what you received. The Mexican chocolate fondue was good, but also also arrived on the cold side. Over all, it was a nice place...it just wasn’t the best I’ve ever had and not worth the $210 it cost for my husband and I to eat there.
Cold every time the door opened
Food was good but not fantastic
The food was absolutely amazing and the presentation was gorgeous! I had a piece of wild salmon with a mango chili glaze over whipped cauliflower and potatoes with roasted red peppers and black beans. No one flavor stood out and it was absolutely divine. The prices were high. The entree was $45. Dinner for two with drinks, wine and tip topped $350. I have never been to Utah before and they have interesting laws regarding alcohol. Drinks can only have 1.5 oz of liquor and you cannot order an extra shot. I ordered a margarita which was about 16oz and tasted like a 'virgin' margarita. Switched to wine...
Service waitress was very good. Only complaint is it took approximately 55 min. from ordering food to receiving it. if the kitchen was overwhelmed by a full house, that seems like you'd have figured that out and balanced capacity. But the food was delicious, we recognized it was not our servers fault and reservation handled well.
Every time we go which is often we come out amazed. Every plate we order is to perfection.
Grossly overpriced. 4 people for $300 for fajitas and enchiladas Do yourself a favor and keep searching.
Delicious- and large portions - highly recommend. Beautiful presentations and high quality. Well worth it.