Chin’s The menu at Chin’s dances about Cathay, Cantonese, and Szechwan dishes while also demonstrating a clear sense of place. Take, for example, the ginger margarita or the martini made with avocado, vodka, sake, lemon, and agave syrup. Steamed crab wontons awaken the palate with… Read More
Chin’s This Shoppes at Palmilla restaurant brings the polish and theatricality of Las Vegas and pan-China flavors to Southern Baja. Guests can expect a menu that dances about Cathay, Cantonese, and Szechwan dishes while also demonstrating a clear sense of place. Take, for example, the… Read More
2018’s Best Apps The Los Cabos appetizers we can’t pass up By Beto Haro Leave it to Los Cabos’ smallest bites to pack the biggest flavor. Here at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula you’ll find a huge variety of international and boundary-spanning food… Read More
Chin’s The Shoppes at Palmilla is not only a world-class destination for shopping and ocean views, it’s the home of Los Cabos’ premier Chinese restaurant, Chin’s. Guests can expect a menu that dances about Cathay, Cantonese, and Szechwan dishes with a distinct Las Vegas flair.… Read More
Chin’s This is the premier Chinese restaurant in Los Cabos, having originated in Las Vegas under the auspices of Hong Kong–raised Tola Chin, whose imprint is on every dish. It’s no secret this is the place for authentic delights of the Far East with an… 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
Talk of the Town – JW Marriott Gilds the Lily.
Café des Artistes is the epitome of fine dining and the third such gastronomic eatery by visionary founder, chef Thierry Blouet. Thierry has combined his French heritage with Mexican flair, creating outstanding dishes in a grand environment at the year-old JW Marriott Hotel & Spa located in Puerto Los Cabos.
With its combination of Cantonese and hot-and-spicy Szechuan cuisine, Chins has made an outstanding impression in Los Cabos, especially with those seeking delicious Chinese fare in a simple yet sleek and sophisticated environment. Chef Paul Zamudio uses mild seasonings so that each finished dish is well balanced and the flavors are not overwhelmed.