El Pollo de Oro Los Cabos
Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.
Walking within just a few meters from this restaurant makes you think of good food, besides being compelled to stop and ask to see the menu. There is an exquisite aroma that quickly lifts your appetite and invites you to try some excellent Mexican food. If you want breakfast you can order some delicious chilaquiles with cheese, meat or chicken; an Omelet with bacon, ham and cheese; huevos rancheros or huevos Mexica. All breakfasts include beans, french fried potatoes, tortillas and salsa, but if it’s later in the day and you want some good food, the arrachera fajitas will delight you! You cannot miss having tampiqueña at your table, or beef ribs, a grilled chicken breast, or their famous and characteristic roasted chicken in its different presentations. Just like “El Pollo de Oro”, the story does not end there. This restaurant finishes the day with its variety of dinners, ranging from a vegetable salad, some golden chicken tacos, to some shrimp brochettes, or an omelet soup accompanied by a juicy and mild beef milanesa.
The service in general is fast and efficient, the treatment is as if you were right at home, the identity of the place expresses that you are in Mexico. As soon as you enter the restaurant and choose your table, the tablecloth is very colorful and typical, the cleanliness of the whole place is remarkable. Quality is in their favor, as hundreds of tourists and locals who visit the restaurant are surprised by the great work and service of many years. El Pollo de Ora or “The Golden Chicken” is a 100% family owned business which has been in operation for generations.
You will find it open from Monday to Sunday from 8:00 a.m. at 10:00 p.m. You can order your food ‘to go” or enjoy the clean and casual dining atmosphere. The form of payment is cash only and the restaurant is smoke free. It is located at the corner of Morelos and 20 de November, Colonia Centro, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. For more information, dial 624-143-0310. Written by: Diney Manriquez, Translated by: Joseph Tyson.