Discover the best restaurant in El Pescadero, Mexico including Carlito's, Napoli Pizza, Baja Beans Cafe Pescadero, Hierbabuena, Marinas Restaurant and Bar, Jungle Pescadero, Dana's Diner, Freesouls Cerritos, Brody's Pizza, Garden Restaurant
Things to do in El Pescadero
4.5 based on 175 reviews
This is absolutely one of the most amazing out of the way places you could possibly imagine.
The freshest fish and sashimi. The chef/owner does meticulous prep all day in his outdoor kitchen next to the dining tables.
Giant chard grown in the field next door go into a breathtaking miso brewed for hours, topped with smoked duck chunks.
Blue crab stuffed banana peppers. You get the idea?
4.5 based on 92 reviews
You just can’t beat the family service and great food,
Although they are known for their pizza, they have great salads and pasta.
They do offer complimentary WiFI for restaurant guests if you need it,
They also have a bar,
They are open for dinner, check them out after a day at the beach.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
Baja Beans Cafe Pescadero is located in the small fishing village of el Pescadero, Mexico. We proudly serve Baja Beans Coffee.
Our friends who live in San Jose brought us here so they could stock up on their favorite coffee beans. The cafe is located just off the road in Pescadero. .
They offer specialty coffees of course and some mighty fine looking baked goods, omelets, and quiches. There were many tables scattered around a very large open patio, with plenty of folks staring at their computers while sipping their coffees. Many looked as if they were catching up on business or keeping their families and friends updated. One lone employee was doing all the work of taking orders and money, making coffees, serving food. We only purchased bulk coffee and drank our coffees at the table, but the people around us said the quiche was very good.
It is in the center of the agriculture district, surrounded by onion fields when we were there. This probably explains the amount of flying insects around the tables. I imagine there are plenty of coffee places in Todos Santos and San Jose. One visit to this cafe is good unless you prefer their bulk beans.
5 based on 341 reviews
Open air restaurant in the midst of organic Gardens.
Hierbabuena grows a lot of their own produce right at the restaurant-talk about local!
Good knowledge of the celiac gluten-free diet. The lovely beet salad with local cheese was very flavorful. Partner's Enchiladas Ziahuantanejo were flavorful, full of veggies and tender chicken. My perfectly grilled mahimahi in a green mole (poblano) sauce had lots of veggies and ripe avocado. The mole was really flavorful. Really nice coconut caramel flan. Not cheap, but really good quality.
5 based on 14 reviews
Glad tripadvisor helped us find this place. The food was wonderful especially the Chile rellenos! We had read a previous review that highly recommended them but didn't see them on the menu. The cook said "no problem" and made us one of the best we've ever eaten! The prices here are very reasonable especially compared to the area and the staff very friendly.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Family owned, Bar-Restaurant, Petting-zoo, Playground, Accommodation, Tours, Private Events,etc.<br>Finally reopen after 2 years of being closed, new administration. <br>In the heart of Baja California Sur, a place to unwind, relax and chill. Feel Baja, Breathe Baja, Live The Baja Life.
We're big fans of Jungle Pescadero, and its owners Kimberley and Carlos are always very welcoming and friendly. If you're looking for a relaxed lunch spot with very reasonable prices, this is it!
A few of our favourite menu items include the Buddha Salad, which is delicious (we like sharing it), the Chili Fries (seriously, these are the Best. Fries. Ever! and Kimberley's chili is great), and the Ceviche is one of the best we've ever eaten!
They also have vegan/vegetarian options (in addition to the Buddha Salad).
Jungle also has lots of drink choices, including very popular margaritas.
It's a fun spot with a laid-back vibe for adults and kids (with animals to entertain the kids), and is conveniently located right on the main highway.
If you're anywhere in the area, we highly recommend Jungle Pescadero!
3.5 based on 21 reviews
Traveling to Cabo was great. We headed out to see Hotel California in Todos Santos. Along the way we seen Dana's a local hang out. What caught our attention was the Harley parked out front. Stopped in for the most awesome Mango margartia on Earth. mango are grown out back, which is a trip in it's self. Old painted bus, beach chairs and harleys decor along a pathway in back. Owner was so nice and told us all about his resturant that him and his wife own. Already had eating, But the burgers smelled yummy and are a big seller there. Fun atmosphere and if we didn't have plan we could of stayed all afternoon. It's worth the hour trip from Cabo....
4.5 based on 156 reviews
Freesouls is pleased to offer you a "Slow Food" influenced cuisine experience which suports the belief that everyone has a right to the pleasure of good food and consequently the responsibility to protect the heritage of food, tradition and culture that make this pleasure possible. As the International Slow Food movement,we firmly believe in the importance of strong connections between plate, planet, people and culture. Freesouls 's team welcomes you to Cerritos Beach and wish you a wonderfull experience.
Really a nice spot with a pool on top of the building. The food was so-so. The price was significantly higher than the food quality. I think we would have been better served to have ordered pizza which seems well reviewed. I could only get about 1/2 of the tuna steak down. The ginger margarita was good though, as the name suggests, heavy on the ginger which likely helped with the first half of the tuna. My wife ordered the whole fish which was not completely cooked.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
on our way back from cerritos beach we felt like pizza but for later that night. Due to the nature of the roads in this area...ie. no road names. We arranged to meet at a parking lot on the main road at a designated time and they delivered when expected. Lovely people.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Garden is open to the public 7 days a week and all ages are welcome. Dinner is served daily from 6—10 p.m. and Sundays we are open from 1—10 p.m. Garden is an organic farm-to-table celebration of traditional Mexican cuisine with an innovative twist. Chef César Pita oversees all things culinary at Rancho Pescadero. César’s knack for cultivating local flavors comes naturally as he spent his youth learning the culinary traditions of central Mexico. Chef Pita has been at Rancho for 11 months and brings massive talent. He trained at Michelin-stared restaurants in Europe, at Enrique Olvera's famed Pujol in Mexico City. Recently he returned from a hugely successful visiting Chef event with Alex Seidel in Denver. Chef Pita's talent is extraordinary and his passion for fresh-from-the-earth-and-Sea Mexican cuisine is catching. The delicious, fabulous barbacoa and desserts can’t be missed.
Despite claiming to welcome non resident guests, you aren't allowed to use the much acclaimed garden restaurant. You sit down when the one of the waiters waves you to do so - then an officious overlord will come and escort you upstairs.
We see loads of miffed folk ushered upstairs from the garden to the "cafe" - which is OK, or the rooftop area which is definitely not OK.
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