Fodor's Expert Review Laja
Set aside three hours for this extraordinary dining experience inside a cozy little house. Celebrity chef Jair Téllez's ambitious prix-fixe menus (there are four-course and eight-course versions) change frequently, but may include chione clam soup, yellowtail tartare, and braised beef with butternut squash and cauliflower purée, all served with excellent regional wines. After the main entrée, cleanse your palate with refreshing orange-carrot-mint sorbet, and then sink your teeth into one of their savory desserts like churros with carob tree ice cream. Don't be surprised if a bonus course suddenly appears at some point throughout your meal. If you aren't satisfied with the portions, simply ask for more at no extra charge. Polished woods and windows overlooking the valley make the dining room and outdoor plaza as sleek as the menu. A meal here is well worth the drive.
Highway 3, Km 83
Baja California Norte 22750, Mexico
- Eight-course wine pairing
- Twist on Mexican and international flavors
- Farm-to-table with everything local