everything was done with care and affection from the service to the food. the chef, justo also comes out of the kitchen to greet guests and to explain the way each dish is made. he has roots in both cabo and spain and blends the flavors of the two plus including family recipes especially his grandmother's. the waiters have been trained in providing excellent service and to explain the dishes that are infused with tradition and modernity. best of all, the justo loves his espresso which is made with beans from veracruz and the perfume of an orange. not drinking coffee at night, justo invited us toreturn the next morning for his especially made espresso on his old steam machine. he then demonstrated how he added his citrus flavor using peel of an orange. unfortunately, this is the only secret about his cooking. the mahi mahi was excellent, the salads fresh and flavorful. his tower of mushrooms was a delight....and all made with care and affection and even, love. needless to say, all of us left with lovely flavors in our mouths and good feelings as if we had been welcomed by family and i am sure most others do too.
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