Top Fine Dining Restaurants In Los Cabos And Their Cuisine Specialty!
Enjoying stunning views of El Arco and Bahia San Lucas, dining at Manta is a spectacular experience from start to finish. Mexican Chef Enrique Olvera has created a fascinating menu of Mexican seafood dishes enriched with influences from recognized seafood cuisines such as the Peruvian and Japanese ones.
A partnership between One&Only Resorts and internationally renowned culinary master Jean-Georges Vongerichten has resulted in this stylish restaurant where you will find 15 different cuts of top quality beef prepared in the most exquisite of ways. Best steakhouse in Cabo by far, and definitely in Mexico’s Top-5. Being by the sea means that it also provides some very interesting seafood creations.
Regarded by many as the best restaurant in Cabo, El Farallon offers one of the most complete all-around culinary experiences in the region. The setting is unparalleled, tucked into the cliffs with stunning ocean views, but the menu doesn’t stay behind. Enjoy delicious dishes of local catch on shaved ice and re-discover the array of flavors available for seafood.
Sunset Da Mona Lisa is an up-and-coming restaurant with a spectacular setting overlooking the Sea of Cortes, and a Michelin Star trained Chef that has created an exquisite Mediterranean menu with a strong influence from the Mexican cuisine flavors. Food is amazing at Sunset Da Mona Lisa, but this is a place that would work even if the specialties were just so-so.
Flora’s Field Kitchen offers a completely different kind of culinary experience. Here you come to enjoy handmade bread baked in the wood ovens of the restaurant. If you’d like a steak, it will be an organic steak, as all meat at Flora’s come from their nearby ranch where animals are raised without any hormones or antibiotics. Needless to say, all vegetables are among the freshest and most organic you’ll find south of the border.
A restaurant that stands out because of its extraordinary cuisine and farm to table approach. It’s one of the best options in Cabo to discover the intricacies of Mexican cuisine. It also has one of the best wine cellars in the whole Baja Peninsula.
Luis Domínguez is a freelance writer and independent journalist. Interested in travel, art, books, history, philosophy, politics and sports. He has written for Fodor’s, Yahoo!, Sports Illustrated, Telemundo, Villa Experience, MexResorts, ONE Magazine and PV Pulse, among other brands of print and digital media in Europe and North America. Luis has a Master’s Degree in Humanities from the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria from Madrid, Spain; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. A global citizen, Luis has lived in some of the largest and most vibrant cities in the world, including London, Madrid and Mexico City. Currently lives in Playa del Carmen, México, where he is the Middle School Director of an International School and writes in English and Spanish for different media around the world. He defines himself as a humanist, liberal and rational.