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.
The dizzying array of sliced meats, served round after round, by chef Misael LeGaria include arrachera, rib eye, spicy Mexican chorizo hot links, top sirloin, turkey wrapped in bacon, brochette, barbecued ribs, and lamb. The mesquite-fire-cooked Brazilian-style meats are simply delicious. The bilingual staff members at Madeira Bistro are charming and exceedingly knowledgeable in all aspects of the menu and pairings. The accompanying slices of delectable pineapple covered in sweet cinnamon and their enzymes is another nice fit for such an unforgettable meal. Vicente Guerrero Street and Francisco I. Madero, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 150-5089 and (624) 175-3593, email@example.com. Tues.–Sun. 4 p.m.–11 p.m. MasterCard, Visa, and vouchers accepted. $–$$$
Contact page in Los Cabos Guide: www.loscabosguide.com/madeirabistro/