I went here with about 50 international customers that we invited to Los Cabos for a product seminar. There were Muslims, Jews, Buddists, Vegetarians in the group. Everyone seemed to find something they liked to eat. We ate here our last night together. We had a fixed menu to order from. The appetizers were: crab cakes with blackberry sauce, lobster bisque soup, mixed vegetable salad. I had the salad and it was fresh but the vinegarette wasn't very interesting. Kind of bland to me. My coworker really liked the crab cakes.
The main dish was a choice of fettucini with shrimp, grilled ribeye and chicken breast parmesan. Our Jewish customers had grilled salmon. I didn't eat a main dish because after eating non stop for a week, I was just stuffed. The portions were sufficient - nothing seemed really interesting to me for the prices we were charged.
The desert was a choice of icecream or this mint chocolate thing. I didn't like it - it was just too sweet.
Perhaps if I could have chosen my own food from the menu instead of the fixed one for our company, I would have been happier. I personally wouldn't have chosen any of those main dishes.
I think the big reason that I am giving this an average was the service. The servers where very narrow in their focus - just don't ask them to bring or do anything extra - they just ignored it. I even asked them in Spanish so its not that they didn't understand me. I had to wait until they served drinks again to get any water. My coworker wanted more wine and didn't get it until someone decided it was time to offer everyone more wine. The servers don't treat you like you are in an expensive, upscale restaurant.
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