Los Cabos is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in Mexico because of its unique blend of wonderful beaches, crystal-clear waters and desert-like scenery, as well as being an up-and-coming gourmet paradise. Along the coastline from Cabo San Lucas to San José del Cabo are some of the finest hotels in all of Mexico and there are several new projects in the ‘pipeline’ which promise to make Los Cabos even more of a top attraction than it is now. Coupled with this is the fact that Los Cabos has always been known for its wonderful golf courses, several of which are PGA standard and of course its deep-sea fishing in the waters of the Sea of Cortez.
What is not perhaps so well-known is the fact that Los Cabos is also very much a gourmet’s delight with its wonderful array of restaurants of all kinds. Dining out is fabulous with many of the restaurants being located with spectacular views over the ocean and the wonderful variety of fresh fish and seafood dishes is something to behold.
The bulletin accompanying this short description attests to the importance of Los Cabos as a culinary destination.
The Culinary Awards second edition awards ceremony took place this week with the
participation of 121 restaurants, 37 of which had at least one nomination and 19 were
awarded. The auditing firm of Crowe Horwath Gossler was in charge of the vote counting
and validation process. Restaurant of the year award was taken by Seared at One & Only
Palmilla hotel. Chef of the year award went to Thierry Blouet from Café des Artistes at JW
Marriott Los Cabos. The Los Cabos Culinary Awards focuses on showing the world the
gastronomical diversity and
world-class quality of food and service in the region. Bon appetite!