We all know one of the most memorable parts of a trip is the phenomenal food, or at the very least, who you share a meal with.
Stimulating your tastebuds with local cuisine not found in your hometown is typically one of the highlights of a vacation.
There aren’t many places better than Mexico for a foodie adventure, but the closer you are to shore, the better the seafood.
Los Cabos may be known for luxurious resorts and pristine beaches, but it’s also one of the best destinations in the country to splurge on food with a focus on locally grown and sourced ingredients.
A total of 5 Los Cabos restaurants have been recognized as being among the best in the world.
Nothing tops off a nice meal more than a great view. When the host asks where you would like to be seated in Los Cabos, you know you’re picking the patio.
Edith’s is set overlooking mega-popular Medano Beach and serves some of the best local cuisine in Baja.
Although a Baja restaurant, you can also expect hints of flavor from the state of Guerrero.
The entire menu will have you salivating before you get a chance to order. From Aztec Soup and Lobster Taquitos to Stuff Pepper With Ribeye & Cheese, you really can’t go wrong.
Whether it’s prime cuts of steak, a vast array of seafood, or decadent desserts, Edith’s is one of the best places to make reservations for an unforgettable meal during your Cabo vacation.
Sometimes Los Cabos is narrowed down to just “Cabo”, but there are two sides to explore. San Jose del Cabo is the more cultural side of the area.
And where there is culture there always tends to be great food options. It’s no different here with one of the best restaurants in the world – Don Sanchez.
Located downtown, these culinary artists are proud to offer a savory menu of locally sourced cuisine and wine.
And let’s not forget the hard stuff – mezcal and tequila. Although it’s not set beachside, the atmosphere is fun and aesthetically pleasing, and you’ll never forget you’re on vacation.
The menu is packed with delicious contemporary offerings, such as Wood oven-charred cauliflower, Steamed panbazo with pork belly, and Octopus ceviche, to name a few.
Not everyone likes seafood, but there are few places that might change your mind other than Los Cabos. Known for always serving the freshest catch, this vacation hotspot is a seafood lover’s dream.
The place to be is Tres Sirenas, who, in their own words, specialize ‘in the cuisine of the sea’. Located in Cabo San Lucas, patrons can take their pick from just about any type of locally sourced seafood imaginable, including the ‘Catch of the Day’.
Some menu highlights are Fresh Oysters On Shell, Trio Of Ceviches, Crab Enchiladas, Whole Lobster Thermidor Style, and Breaded Abalone From Guerrero Negro.
Jean-Georges Restaurants: Seared and Suviche
Jean-Georges restaurants are world-renowned across the globe from New York City, Brazil, Singapore and, of course, Los Cabos.
Back by famous Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, two of his best creations are in Mexico’s ritzy vacation hotspot.
Both Seared and Suviche are located in the same resort, so if you want the best of the best in terms of culinary delights, you know to stay at One&Only Palmilla – a 5-star resort tucked away in one of Los Cabos’ most secluded areas.
Seared specializes in the finest steaks and a fresh selection of Pacific seafood. The restaurant even has a glass-walled meat cellar to make your pick from ribeyes to A5-certified Wagyu.
Suviche focuses on fresh seafood with offerings of ceviche and sushi, but cocktails are a must. A Sake Sommelier will assist you in making the perfect pairing with your dish.
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