Delicious food, and really fantastic (strong!) margaritas! Great location right on the beach with friendly staff.
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We rented a car while on our trip to Cabo and were told to stop in the town of Los Barilles while sight seeing. We drove through most of the town and ended up in front of Hotel Palmas De Cortez. We figured a hotel...More
I have had numerous dinners here and it's always excellent. The tortilla soup, the salads, the Dorado, are all amazing. The service is the best.
This is a beautiful place to dine. It's one of the restaurants at The Hotel Palmas de Cortez. The service was a little slow but it didn't matter. The sun was shining, the sand was so white and the water so blue.. I could have...More
A nice spot to dine and enjoy the view. Not many Mexican dishes on the menu. We had tacos, which were reasonably priced compared to the rest of the menu. They were okay but not nearly at the level of the competition around town. Service...More
In a sea of tables ours was one of only three occupied. Service staff were very evident and it was hard to tell why we all waited so long to be asked what we wanted and then to have it served. In Mexico I eat...More
The food and service were outstanding. The view is pretty incredible too. No complaints whatsoever. We didn't see guacamole on the menu but ordered anyway and could see them making it fresh and by hand in the kitchen. It was fantastic.
This is probably the best all round restaurant in town . It is at the far end of the Las Palmas hotel and is a great place to be . Huge patio with Teak tables with amazing views of the Sea of Cortez and the...More
We were staying in the condos just beside the restaurant and the daily vegetable soup was so delicious. The seafood pasta was also very tasty as well as the chicken Parmesan. Yet the catch of the day which was dorado was so very dry even...More
Our large group had a choice of lunch entrees and nearly everyone chose the chle relleno. When they came we spent some time wondering where they had gotten the gargantuan chiles from. They were the size of kiddie footballs, and easily held a half a...More