Seafood, seafood, seafood. Shrimp, fish, crab, lobster, abalone…the world is your oyster!
Seafood, seafood, seafood. Shrimp, fish, crab, lobster, abalone…the world is your oyster! The region is truly a crustacean, bivalve and piscine treasure chest, as evidenced by beaches strewn with crab shells and mussel and clam shells. Fishing is a huge occupation in this region, and diners benefit. Try the crab claws cooked in a steaming paprika broth at Cielito Lindo; or steamed clams in their broth. That said, given the proximity of fresh produce, the salads are a good choice, too. Cookies? There is only one place to try and that is the new Burbu TéRead More
Search the San Quintín Restaurants guide for more ideas and places to test your taste buds! Here are a few standout eateries in the area. Jardines: Carmen & Guillermo welcome visitors to the restaurant hotel (where visitors can try one of Baja.com’s favorites, crab claws!) Mama Espinoza’s : In El Rosario, south of San Quintin, one of Baja’s most famous eateries serves crab soup, lobster burritos and more. Other notable restaurants in or around the San Quintin area: Restaurant Mision Santa Isabel Dragon de Oro Laura’s Wet Buzzard Zopilote Mojado /Rancho Cielito Lindo Posada Don Diego Burbu Té & Hogaza Hogaza Related articles Read More