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Los Cabos Magazine #43

Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 69 owners are not ones to rest on their laurels. In response to requests from guests, the restaurant now boasts two tep- panyaki tables in the Japanese garden. Each seats six, and there is a complete teppanyaki menu. For those who do not know, modern teppanyaki grills are typically propane-heated flat surface grills and are used to cook food in front of guests, usually beef, shrimp and veggies. It’s a fun and creative way to experience an authentic Japanese custom. Another new addition to the Cabo San Lucas Daikoku is a mobile sake cart from which the house rice wine is served from a container that is rolled around to the individual tables. There are 23 variations of sake available—opt for cold, hot, or sparkling—all of which go nicely with the great variety of Japanese dishes. A sake house specialty is hot sake with fish fin. It’s not on the menu, so you will have to remember to ask for it. It gives off a delicious aroma and unique taste. In addition to its extensive cocktail and wine lists, the full


Los Cabos Magazine #43
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