This is not a typical Mexican restaurant. Yes, the chef, Miguel Luna, is a native Mexican, but his cuisine is more like something you would eat in New York, Seattle, or any upscale restaurant with a Latin flair. It was a very refreshing dining experience from the other Cabo eating establishments. We enjoyed it so much that we went twice during our stay. My husband ordered the catch of the day both times (seabass and yellow fin tuna served with spinch and mushrroms. I had the chicken chimichurri and braised short ribs. They also offer dinners paired to the drinks you order, not just wine. This is a small restaurant, so make reservations or arrive early, since they tend to start filling up after 7:00. It has been open only six months, but we see it as a future longstanding favorite. Our wait staff Hugo and Homer were excellent and very accommodating. The location can be a little tricky to find, but it is not far from the marina and only two or three blocks off the main street through town.
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