One of Cabo San Lucas' top restaurants is in a cobalt-blue adobe building painted with murals. Interior decorations range from Day of the Dead statues and silver crosses and hearts, to T-shirts and tequilas. The place seats up to 450 and is often full of tourists, but the menu is muy auténtico and filled with regional Mexican specialty dishes. Standouts include the mole poblano with chicken topped in a sauce made from dried peppers, seeds, spices
and chocolate, and chiles en nogada, poblano chiles stuffed with a meat-and-fruit mixture and covered with white walnut sauce and sherry cream sauce. The tortilla soup is also recommended, as is the oven roasted spare rib in chile and tamarind adobo. Mi Casa offers a variety of different fruit-flavored margaritas, and a wine list focused on Mexican, California, and South American wines. The large back courtyard glows with candlelight at night, and mariachis provide entertainment.
May 11, 2014
We had good drinks, good appetizers but my main course, duck confit mole, was way over cooked, dry, and the mole was not very tasty (mild, for sure.) The band is excellent! It is very pricey. My wife's oven roasted pork was excellent.