No, it’s not just another Italian restaurant. This new addition to the downtown restaurant scene in Cabo San Lucas has some surprises in store for those seeking good food and excellent service at reasonable prices. The menu offers a global cuisine at the whim of executive chef Antonio Mendez, starting with the specialty of the house of bruschetta perhaps with brie and Serrano ham, salmon and capers or prosciutto and Parmesan, or items such as tuna tartar, Carpaccio of beef and calamari. Soups include bouillabaisse, tortilla and even clam chowder. The house bread comes with a peanut sauce. Pastas are house-made and might include a special of the day of ravioli stuffed with duck or spinach with chicken, while entrees include fish, lamb, veal, chicken and steaks. A variety of pizzas are available as is traditional hamburger. The premises include the main level that houses a welcoming long bar and seated tables in air-conditioned comfort. The kitchen can be seen behind a glass wall, allowing a bird’s eye view to what’s cooking on the way up the staircase to the open area overlooking the main street with lots of night-life activity. S.A.B.
📍 Lázaro Cárdenas Boulevard, between Leona Vicario and Morelos, Cabo San Lucas
☎️ (624) 115-2316 and (624) 247-0408
⏰ Daily 1 p.m.–midnight
💳 MasterCard, Visa, and vouchers accepted $–$$$
Contact Page in Los Cabos Guide: http://www.loscabosguide.com/pastafrolla/