Cabo San Lucas, Mexico doesn’t really have its own local dish. The expats and locals typically say that you should try the fresh seafood and tequila. I only spent three days in Cabo, half of which weren’t even full days to explore Los Cabos due to the late arrival and early morning flight back to the US.
Introduction to Cabo
The Westin Los Cabos Resort & Spa Hotel Review
Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Golf & Spa Resort Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of Cabo San Lucas Mexico
The Sights and Sounds of Nightlife in Cabo San Lucas Mexico
Is Cabo San Lucas Mexico Safe for Tourists?
Scam City: Cabo San Lucas Mexico
The Various Eats in Cabo San Lucas Mexico
Los Cabos International Airport VIP Lounge
I had lunch at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar hotel in the outdoor restaurant pool area. I ordered calamari and a Mexican seafood cocktail.
The calamari was forgetful, but the Mexican seafood cocktail was delicious.
At the same hotel, I went to the Tequila bar and had three types of different tequilas in a tall shot glass.
Mi Casa definitely had the old Spanish architecture and vibe providing an authentic Mexican experience with mariachi bands.
I thought the dinner menu was pretty fair in terms of pricing. Appetizers range from $2 – $8 while entrees are priced from $10 – $20 USD.
Complimentary chips and salsa were provided.
To start, I ordered a Mexican seafood cocktail and two al pastor sopes.
To be honest, I was already full with the seafood cocktail and the sopes and they were appetizers. Both were very delicious and the seafood was fresh.
As a dinner entrée, I ordered a whole marinated fish which came with rice, veggies, and tortillas.
The fish was delicious and I made fish tacos from the tortillas. I was beyond stuffed!
I had breakfast the next morning at the Tomatoes restaurant located at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar. A typical Mexican breakfast consists of pastries like Pan Dulce and other sweets that go well with a cup of coffee.