Michelin Guide Recognizes Restaurants in Baja California Sur

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About 20 establishments received awards in the first edition held in Mexico

The first edition of the Michelin Guide held in Mexico awarded several distinctions to restaurants in San José del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, and Todos Santos, which were recognized for their contributions to Mexican gastronomy.

According to information disseminated by the state’s Ministry of Tourism and Economy (SETUE), on the evening of Tuesday, May 14, it was reported that this is a historic event, for which they extended their recognition in said award ceremony.

LIST OF RESTAURANTS THAT RECEIVED THE DISTINCTION

San José del Cabo: Acre, Árbol, CarbónCabrón, Lumbre, Nao, Omakai, and Ruba´s Bakery. Cabo San Lucas: Comal, Los tres gallos, Manta. Todos Santos: Benno, Dum, Oystera, and Paradero. It was also reported about the restaurants that received a Michelin silhouette: Cocina de Campo by Agricole, in El Pescadero, Flora’s Field Kitchen, San José del Cabo, and Metate, Cabo San Lucas.

Additionally, Flora’s Field Kitchen -Rebecca Weitzman and Gloria Greene, in San José del Cabo, and Acre- Arturo Rivero, San José del Cabo, were recognized with the Green Star for being sites committed to sustainable gastronomy.

Those who received the Michelin Star were Cocina de Autor Los Cabos, by Sidney Schutte and Francisco Sixtos, from Cabo San Lucas.

Through social networks, SETUE with a message recognized: This achievement reflects the work and passion that they put into every detail so that those who visit their establishment have a unique experience. Congratulations!

WHAT IS A MICHELIN STAR?

A Michelin star is that distinction awarded to restaurants that, using ingredients of the highest quality, prepare dishes with distinct flavors and at a consistently high level.

Source: El Sudcaliforniano