Fodor's Expert Review Los Tres Gallos
A romantic courtyard shaded by fruit trees, classic rancheras (Mexican folk music), and traditional preparations of regional Mexican specialty dishes are the hallmarks at Los Tres Gallos. Discover their delicious heritage dishes such as cochinita pibil (slow-roasted pork) and molcajetes (stone bowls) filled with flank steak, shrimp, chorizo, nopal, and panela cheese. The downtown eatery's name pays tribute to three of the greatest stars of Mexico's golden age of cinema. Photographs of Jorge Negrete, Pedro Infante, and Javier Solís—collectively referred to as "the three roosters"— adorn the walls of one of the dining areas, and their music often plays softly in the background, adding to the restaurant's old-fashioned charm. A second location has recently opened in San José del Cabo.
Calle Leona Vicario at 20 de Noviembre
Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur 23469, Mexico
- Old-fashioned charm
- Delicious flan for dessert
- Tribute to stars of Mexico's golden age of cinema