Open Hours: Nov-Mar: noon-10:30p Mon-Sat; Apr-Oct: 5p-10p Mon-Sat
Sip a Margarita from an enormous glass and watch your Tortillas made by hand. The dishes here are traditional and hard to find elsewhere in Cabo. They ... More
Mi Casa Restaurant & Cantina
Sip a Margarita from an enormous glass and watch your Tortillas made by hand. The dishes here are traditional and hard to find elsewhere in Cabo. They include Chiles en Nogada (MXN180) and many variations of the Dense Chocolate and Chile Sauce called Mole. Across the street from the Museo de las Californias, the bright blue exterior hints at the cheerful atmosphere inside, which features murals and a friendly, bolero-jacketed staff.
Excellent meal! This is a great place to go for top quality Mexican food. The chicken mole is awesome and all the appetizers are amazing. Beware of the second margarita~~! Everyone if really friendly and the food is not to be missed!
This restaurant is the best in Cabo! I went with my friends to celebrate a birthday and it was great. The food is exceptional - we all tried different dishes and tasted each other's food. Everything was good. The tortillas are hand made and delicious. The decor is charming, with many levels of dining and various rooms that make it intriguing. The service was excellent - a lot of attention to detail. Reservations suggested - we got there soon after it opened on a Friday night and by the time we left, it was packed. Make this a stop on your next trip to Cabo - all of my friends concur that we'll come back here again.
I love this place! Not only is the food & the decor traditional but you can watch them make the tortillas. They also have a little store/gift shop with lots of day of the dead dolls.
There were performers wandering around the restaurant which added to the fun. Balloon animals always make me smile.
Walked in, sat down, ordered drinks that were there when we put the period at the end of the sentence.
Food was real, decor was real and interaction with staff was real. To many American tourist want to be pampered.
Mi Casa is as real as it gets in Mexico.
Only downside, sea food sampler was just OK.
We had dined at The Office the night before, and thought we would try Mi Casa which was highly recommended. We are glad we went.
The food was very good, the service was adequate for a crowded restaurant, and the ambiance was unique (felt like the place was 200 years old).
The prices were the same for an upscale restaurant in the U.S., so no deals here, but well worth the time and money.
Grade = A-
We just returned from Cabo and Mi Casa had been highly recommended. This was our first visit to Cabo and sadly, compared to the Carib side of Mexico, most restaurants in Cabo serve what I would call TexMex style Mexican. Many places dont even use jalapeno peppers in their salsa, I would call it tomato salad, so bland. Now in Cozumel, Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen, you can get some wicked salsa!!!
The food at Mi Casa was just average, at best. It arrived warmish, no special presentation, a lot of sauce. We ate there once. The setting and ambience is quite nice though.
Now what really irritated us was the common parade of peddlers, I could not believe it, one interruption after the other. First the lady selling the roses, then the Mariachi band, then someone selling necklaces, then her little girl selling chicklets, then someone blowing up balloons, making birthday hats!!! And I could not help it, I burst out loud, it might have been rude, but I could not believe what the last peddler had for a schtick. He brought a bird cage on a pedestal, there was a canary in the cage. For $1US, that bird would come out of the cage, take a little piece of paper out of a box, and give you your fortune, a piece of paper like you would get in a fortune cookie.
Anyhow, it was not a nice relaxing evening whatsoever.
Go to Mole Mio for great food, try the Tortilla Soup. Take a day trip up to Todos Santos and have the chili rellenos at the Tequila Sunrise restaurant, far better food than anything you will find at Mi Casa.
We were told they could squeeze us in if we get to the restaurant by 530p. They were very disorganized and didn't seat anyone til almost 6pm. When we left at 730 - two thirds of the place was still empty. Only thing that were good were good were the margaritas. We ordered the seafood platter for two to share. It came out semi cold and nothing to right home about. $8.00 for a small water. $100 for a dinner for two should be more memorable.
Food is amazing. Order the tamales, you'll never be happy with any others again...
Make a reservation though - we walked in and waited a good long hour (full of margaritas). Oh and save room for desert!
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