Photo Alfredo Martínez
While much attention is paid to the Japanese and Italian influences on Los Cabos cuisine, one of the very best spots in town is an Argentine entry. The low-key, low-lit courtyard restaurant Chamuyo features a dozen or so tables, a long bar, and traditional Argentine grill. The steakhouse menu sends you on a culinary adventure through Buenos Aires dance halls and the verdant Pampas. Meat-stuffed Argentine empanadas (markedly different from the Mexican variety) are served oven-baked or fried, and make excellent starters. For your main course, try chef Marcelo Romby’s 22-ounce beef ribs, which he slow-cooks for more than four hours. Pair with a bottle of Baja red and, if you can, save room for some first-rate alfajor cookies.
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Av. del Pescador, El Medano Ejidal, 23453 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico
+52 624 143 4900
Sun - Sat 5pm - 10:30pm