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7 Of The Best Seafood Restaurants In Los Cabos

Located right at the end of the Baja California Sur peninsula, Los Cabos have access to some incredibly fresh and delicious seafood. These are the best seafood restaurants in Los Cabos.

From lobster and fish to shrimp and oysters, you certainly won’t go hungry or want for shellfish in Los Cabos.

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1. X

Located at the brand new Zadun, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, X is a casual outdoor restaurant that overlooks the ocean. The Peruvian chef is young, but incredibly talented with flavours. His ceviche and sake tasting is one of the best meals in all of Los Cabos. Make a reservation today.

2. Erizo Cocina De La Cabo

Solaz is a new, one-year-old luxury resort between Cabo San Lucas and José del Cabo, and Erizo Cocina De La Cabo is one of the absolute best seafood experiences in Los Cabos. The executive chef curates a journey through the peninsula’s history from its time as a destination for pearls to the mango trees that marked treasure. So plan on booking the tasting menu for the full experience.

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3. Cafe des Artistes

Cafe des Artistes is one of the best restaurants in Los Cabos. Located at the JW Marriott, the exclusive restaurant celebrates Mexican ingredients and flavours with French techniques in the kitchen. Don’t pass the pumpkin soup or the red tomato risotto up.

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4. Lorenzillo’s Los Cabos

This restaurant is known for cooking their seafood dishes perfectly, and its wonderful service. The restaurant offers a cozy fine dining experience for dinner any night in Cabo. And order the lobster.

5. Mariscos Paseo Del Centenario

This local joint is best known for its great service and delicious shrimp. Try the tuna tartar or the shrimp ceviche. You’ll love the sour kick from the lime that essentially “cooks” the shrimp.

6. Mariscos Guasave

This family-owned and operated restaurant makes wonderfully fresh seafood dishes. There are traditional Mexican dishes as well as Japanese style fare such as sushi. So, try the fish tacos or the soft shell crab for a delicious meal.

7. Wachinango’s

This low key restaurant is just a little kitschy, but it’s a repeat favourite for visitors for a reason. The menu is huge, and the seafood is well-prepared in ample proportions. So go for the tostadas and the octopus appetiser, which is more than enough to go around the table.

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Molly Harris

Molly Harris is a freelance travel journalist dividing her time between the United States and the Western Balkans.

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