Taking inspiration from its name, Crudo, or “raw” presents diners with a menu of light, thinly sliced fish, drizzled with oil and flavorful seasonings. Locally caught seafood, sushi, ceviche, and sashimi-style plates is what’s to be expected from Crudo’s menu, served with a side of some of the most romantic seaside views on the resort. The idea behind the Crudo is “sea to table,” helping to sustain Cabo’s local fishermen by recruiting them to hook only the freshest fare, allowing the new restaurant to offer guests a menu that varies day-by-day, depending on the catch. Resort chefs Marco Bustamente and Yvan Mucharraz add their culinary magic, using the fresh seafare as a canvas for flavors of Mexican chile, mango, pitahaya, and green tomato.
Open from 4 pm to 9 pm, Crudo’s casual aesthetic makes it a perfect pit stop after a beach excursion for a light snack or for a pre-dinner drink. Order a glass of sake to enjoy with parrot fish ceviche, sea urchin with carrot ginger sauce, or grilled blue crab legs prepared with spicy mayo and tobiko. All dishes range between $12 to $24, and showcase authentic Mexican flavors as well as the old-world techniques that Chef Bustamente and Mucharraz utilize behind-the-scenes.
Sara graduated from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia with a degree in creative writing. As a military child she spent her childhood living and travelling overseas which shaped her passion for travel, language, food, and intercultural exchange. She has recently joined the JustLuxe editorial team....(Read More)