San José del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.
See new photos from the new location of Jazmin ’s Restaurant San Jose del Cabo, on Morelos and Zaragoza street in the heart of San José del Cabo.
Entering through the doors of Jazmin’s Restaurant San Jose del Cabo is like stepping back into the vibrant history of Mexico. For those looking for a truly authentic dining experience, give Jazmin’s Restaurant a try. Located in downtown San Jose near the art district, Jazmin’s restaurant is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike.
The restaurant is designed with what most people think of when picturing an authentic Mexican experience: bright colors, hand crafted wooden furniture, rustic décor, banners and memorabilia. Most of the restaurant’s memorabilia is dedicated to the great Pancho Villa, liberator of the Mexican people during the revolution.
In addition to the customary features and ambiance of an authentic Mexican restaurant, Jazmin’s also offers some unique features including a book exchange and ice cold air conditioning – a must-have during the summer months.
From Los Cabos Magazine Issue 34, Fall 2013
Entering through the doors of Jazmin’s Restaurant is like stepping back into México’s vibrant history. The walls are made of rustic red bricks, and the tables and chairs are crafted and painted in eye-catching enamel colors. The walls are a veritable shrine to Pancho Villa and heroes of the Mexican Revolution. The exhibition kitchen, though, is anything but a museum piece. Guests can watch—and inhale the kitchen’s rich aromas—from the shade of the canvas-covered patio as the chef busily works his magic. Before the Jazmin’s style scallop appetizer arrived, I could hear the sizzle and almost “taste” the sweet onions, basil, butter, and scallops sautéing. The flavor is the perfect marriage of sweet and savory. Jazmin’s specialty pairs sweet, starchy fried bananas with a succulent and spicy seafood–stuffed chicken breast.
The restaurant also offers a brand new outdoor dining area, perfect for cooler Cabo days. All in all, Jazmin’s delivers an imaginative Mexican restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner in a great location with reasonable prices. Patrons can choose from a variety of fish, meat, and vegetarian selections. Jazmin’s salad, topped with cucumber, fresh regional cheese, chicken strips and a dry Chile dressing is only $8. Jazmin’s special, a chicken breast filled of seafood, and covered with chipotle sauce and fried banana is a truly unique dish for about $17. Also try one of their many delectable seafood dishes prepared in a variety of mouth-watering ways. For vegetarians, Jazmin’s offers a Veggie Combo, served on a large platter with Chile Relleno, quesadillas, and enchiladas, companied by a side of rice, beans, guacamole, and delicious mole sauce. Be sure to save room for dessert. The Bananas Flame and Flan al caramel, served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, are out of this world ($4.50-5.50)! Ask for special menu option for children.