Madeira Bistro There’s nothing wrong with reaching for the stretchy-waisted pants. That’s because the Brazilian barbecue at Rodrigo Aensa’s Madeira Bistro is so good you’ll be licking your fingers and dancing the samba. The menu includes plenty of à la carte options, but it’s the… Read More
Madeira Bistro The Brazilian barbecue at Rodrigo Aensa’s Madeira Bistro is so good you’ll be licking your fingers and dancing the samba. The menu includes plenty of à la carte options, but it’s the all-you-can-eat rodízio-style barbecue from chef Misael LeGaria that brings us back… Read More
Madeira Bistro Rodrigo Aensa’s Brazilian steakhouse is a little removed from downtown Cabo San Lucas’s main drag, but it’s well worth searching out. Here you can enjoy chef Misael LeGaria’s perfectly marinated, mesquite-fire-cooked rodízio-style barbecue paired with red wine for only $29 U.S. The meal… Read More
By Ashley Alvarado, Sandra A. Berry, Julio Beltrán, Fernando Rodriguez, and Chris Sands Alcaravea Gourmet The best of the Mediterranean is on display at Alcaravea Gourmet, a downtown Cabo San Lucas bistro that has evolved from a tiny eatery into one of the finest restaurants… Read More
There are two kinds of people: those who’ve had Brazilian barbecue and those who have not. Consider us converts. We’re big fans of the mesquite-fire-cooked Brazilian-style meats generally, but especially at Rodrigo Aensa’s fanastic Madeira Bistro, which serves all-you-can-eat rodízio-style barbecue paired with red wine for only $28 U.S.
This downtown favorite reopened in October after a renovation that spruced up the restaurant but left owner Rodrigo Aensa’s fabulous dinner menu just the way patrons love it. In Madeira Bistro the most popular option here remains the $28 U.S. all-you-can-eat rodízio-style barbecue served with a highly recommended Argentina wine. The meal includes basil-flavored mashed potatoes, sweet and tasty cabbage coleslaw, two small chicken wings, and three sweet potato slices.
You’re going to want to bring your appetite—and maybe some willpower, too. The $28 U.S. all-you-can-eat Brazilian-style barbecue at Madeira Bistro in downtown Cabo San Lucas features round after round after round of savory meats paired with Argentine wine and sides like basil-flavored mashed potatoes,… Read More
Madeira Bistro is, simply put, one of the best little-known dining establishments in the heart of downtown Cabo San Lucas. The exquisitely delicious and most popular entrée on its menu is the $28 U.S. all-you-can-eat rotisserie rounds of savory meats, served with a highly… Read More
Warning: Once you’ve tried the Brazilian-style rodízio (all-you-can-eat steak and other skewered proteins) at Madeira Bistro, you’re likely to be hooked for life. Here’s how it works: You pay a fixed price (here only $28 U.S.), and servers bring around generous portions of top sirloin,… Read More