Restaurants of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

It's been a while since my last post and that's because I want to write genuine real things and talk about fun, exciting things to do. I'm not trying to fill this website with random posts that hold no depth. THAT BEING SAID!


I went to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and I ate out every single day so I have a few restaurants to talk about that I enjoyed a lot. And of course I'm saving the best for last!


So let's begin. The first restaurant is Nick-San Sushi restaurant (I do love my sushi). This place is near the boardwalk/marina on the main road next to Tesoro Hotel. It's really easy to miss so you have to pay attention to find it. Honestly what caught my eye was that there was a huge line outside so it sparked my curiosity. What was so good about that place? And I went to find out.



This is probably the cleanest restaurant in Cabo because to get in you have to pass this box that sanitize you. You have the option to sit in front of the chefs that prepare your sushi (like I did because why not talk to the chef that's making your food!) or at regular tables. Staff is extremely nice as well. I think this place was amazing to eat at.



The food is almost like art. I saw the chefs, the way they deal with the food, so much care. And how AMAZING it was wow! I walked in with curiosity and came out very impressed. The price is also fair.


Another place that I went to eat at was Tacos GUSS. This place is on the strip with A LOT of restaurants so it's easy for it to just fade into the background. I'm so happy that I ate here though because I enjoyed the food so much. After Sushi, I love my tacos.



As soon as you sit down they place down chips and a tray of vegetables/toppings with sliced lemons, carrots, red onions, pico de gallo, cucumbers, and shredded cabbage, and that was BUSSIN because I was eating it by itself with a fork (maybe I was starving 😔). Either way, the food comes out FAST and it's delicious because the meat is cooked to perfection as you can see from that beautiful image.


Please also ask for the tray of sauces because it'll just elevate the delicacy that you're about to eat.


It's a small cozy place that has hard liquor (to take those tequila shots while you eat because you're in Mexico). While it's not fine dining, it's worth the visit. You won't regret it.


Last place I want to mention is Outpost, this place is of the highest caliber in Cabo. I saw their flyers around town and they had a picture of drinks that looked too good to not try, I'll admit that caught my attention. My curiosity got the best of me and I ended up going


The restaurant did not disappoint and the drinks didn't either. I enjoyed every second I was there. The decor is lovely, going up a round ladder surrounded by trees felt like i was going up a tree house. We stood outside on the balcony outlooking the strip and it was soothing eating there.


Our waiter was exceptional. And the food man the food was so good. I loved the whole experience because this place IS an experience. I highly, highly recommend everyone in Cabo to please check this place out.



It's a little expensive but I'd give that money again to eat here. I'm upset it was the last restaurant I tried because I would've ate there more.


Overall the restaurants in Cabo are all good, and I'm talking about the ones I went to. I hope if you ever go and try different ones please send me a quick message in how you liked them. I love learning more about places I've been to.

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