Los Barriles Restaurant Bar Craving something different? Head straight to Los Barriles Restaurant Bar. While honing his skills in the food industry over the years, owner Francisco Zuniga happened across some enticing recipes for Asian dishes. He began offering his unique blend of culinary delights when he opened Los Barriles in Cabo San Lucas. You can still enjoy a fine selection of traditional Mexican dishes, pasta, chicken, seafood, and steaks, but why not try different taste sensations such as hot pot Thai seafood soup chock-full of shrimp, scallops, and 84 Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 calamari prepared in coconut milk, and a ginger lemongrass broth. The house specialty is a Korean barbecue prepared for two people; it features shrimp, scallops, filet mignon, lobster, and chicken served with an assortment of sauces, grilled veggies, and salads. Many entrées are prepared at your table; those include the catch of the day, which might be sea bass, tuna, or red snapper. Lobster and shrimp are featured in a variety of ways; you can choose the style of preparation and sauce. Miguel Hidalgo, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-1619, www.losbarrilesrestaurantbar.com. Daily 7 a.m.–11 p.m. All major credit cards and vouchers accepted. $–$$$ S.A.B. Madeira Bistro You’re going to want to bring your appetite—and maybe some willpower, too. The $28 U.S. all-you-can-eat Brazilian style barbecue at Madeira Bistro in downtown Cabo San Lucas features round after round after round of savory meats paired with Argentine wine and sides like basil-flavored mashed potatoes, sweet and tasty cabbage coleslaw, two small chicken wings, and three sweet potato slices. Chef Misael LeGaria oversees the Madeira Bistro kitchen, which churns out generous servings of mesquite fire–cooked meat such as arrachera, rib-eye, spicy Mexican chorizo hot links, top sirloin, turkey wrapped in bacon, brochette, barbecue ribs, and lamb. (The challenge is knowing when to cry uncle.) The accompanying slices of delectable pineapple and their enzymes are another nice fit for such an unforgettable meal. Other delicious dinner menu choices include salads, Italian pastas, shrimp, and seafood fish selections. Northeast corner of Vicente Guerrero Street and Francisco I. Madero, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-0273 and (624) 175-3593, email@example.com. Tues.–Sun. 4 p.m.–10:30 p.m. MasterCard and Visa accepted. $$–$$$ F.R. Mama’s Royal Café This has been one of the premier breakfast spots in Los Cabos for nearly a quarter of a century, serving up hearty fare and healthy juices at a charming and colorful patio lo- FROM LEFT: Cabopictures.com; raynnier gallegos From left: Los Barriles is known for its fusion offerings, and this filet mignon incorporates international flavors; Madeira Bistro is home to some of the best Brazilian-style barbecue outside of Brazil, and these chicken wings that come on the side are a wonderful addition.
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