Authentic Mexican food in an amazing setting. Dining area overlooks a garden that is breath taking. Good service and food.
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I had the most unusual chile relleno here--a rehydrated chile stuffed with mashed potato and nicely spiced. But the food is pretty expensive. It has a beautiful garden and is a nice spot for lunch or dinner if you have plenty of money.
Each time we visit Cabo.Todos Santos is always a must for our family. Over the years we started collecting a certain pottery , after making our purchase we asked someone by the church about a good place to eat. Los Adobes was recommended, we lucked...More
We had a group of 17 people and showed up without a reservation and this restaurant did a fantastic job. They were already busy and yet they managed to accommodate us all. Everyone was impressed with the food quality and how quickly our food was...More
We ate here once for dinner while in Todos Santos. The outdoor dining is a beautiful setting in a lovely desert garden. The service was also quite good. We started out with the fried queso and I had soup and a caeser salad, my husband...More
You couldn't find a lovelier spot far from the madding crowd . A very pretty restaurant , with a lovely atmosphere . Nice folk . We had a marvellous lunch , and nice Margueritas.
We showed up at 7pm with 17 people for dinner without any reservation, and they wait staff quickly set up a large comfortable table for us. The service was outstanding and the food was fantastic. The appetizer, the mains, & deserts all good! Out of...More
This place was a sad disappointment. The environment is lovely and the staff is friendly, but the food was like cafeteria food. We had several different dishes between the 6 of us and all of them tasted precooked and reheated. Bland and not authentic.
Our family found this on recommendation of a local art store worker. Beautiful cactus garden setting, helpful staff and amazing food. Fried cheese with cilantro was great. First time tasting chiles en nogada. One of the best meals I've had in Mexico.