Chimayo Restaurant

435-649-6222
368 Main St
Park City, UT 84060
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Business Information

Restaurants
Mexican
MONDAY:5:30PM-10:00PM
TUESDAY:5:30PM-10:00PM
WEDNESDAY:5:30PM-10:00PM
THURSDAY:5:30PM-10:00PM
FRIDAY:5:30PM-10:30PM
SATURDAY:5:30PM-10:30PM
SUNDAY:5:30PM-10:00PM

Top Sentiments among Chimayo Restaurant Reviewers

Unusual flavors Good margaritas Spicy Chipotle sauce Unique lamb chop dish Nice wine list Memorable dinners Acceptable entrees Excellent Creme Brulee Divine red potatoes Fresh trout fajitas

Customer Reviews (8 reviews)

ithinkfoodisgreat

on Citysearch Jul 22, 2008
We visited this wonderful restaurant during Sundance '08, and were very impressed. We arrived a bit early for our reservation, but were promptly seated by the fire at our request. The ambience was lovely, with the... (more)

rlein14

on Citysearch May 03, 2006
We had an incredible experience at Chimayo. It's expensive but worth every penny. I had the prime rib because of the accompanying potatoe stuffed with shrimp and spinach. It was simply amazing. The other member of my... (more)

nortonmax

on Citysearch Mar 16, 2006
Had a group of 4 and the waitress wouldn't let us order appetizer seprately! She wanted the entire order at once then the food came out very quickly, entree out before appetizers 1/2 finished. We were treated like they... (more)

jpg10204

on Citysearch Feb 13, 2005
This was my first visit to Chimayo. It was very pleased. Order the elk, it was so so so so great! Everyone in my party absolutley loved their food. On the appetizers, they were great too, but they serve about 1 or 2 people,... (more)

dturner

on Citysearch Feb 16, 2004
We have been coming to Park City for the past three ski seasons and everyone has always recommended Chimayo. So, this year we finally got a reservation. The food was perfectly presented and the wait staff are... (more)

Contributor

on Citysearch Aug 13, 2003
<b>The Scene<br></b>The terra-cotta tile, rough-hewn wood beams and punched-tin lanterns evoke Chimayo's namesake New Mexico mission. Subdued lighting and soothing music upstairs make for a romantic meal,... (more)

miroskal

on Citysearch Dec 26, 2002
Great atmosphere, very good service. Very nice ambience. Unfortunately all the food was tainted with cilantro, which pungent smell none of 4 of us could tolerate. So, although we appreciated chef's creations... (more)

peter_behle

on Citysearch May 14, 2002
The atmosphere here is wonderful--it's warm and inviting and the service is attentive. The flavors here are bold and unusual as are the serving plates: Dishes are served on oversized stone dinnerware. It's got the... (more)

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