Best Sushi & Ceviche

In Dine, Los Cabos by Suzanne Koch

Sample flavors of the sea at these fresh and enticing seafood spots.

Tequila & Ceviche Bar | Unique tequila bar for a personal experience

Tequila Seviche Sushi Bar

  • Drink up at Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort, which has one of the finest 100-percent blue agave Mexican tequila selections
  • Take part in the one-on-one blind-tasting tequila program that determines guest’s tequila sign, allowing them to choose the perfect tequila to enjoy throughout their stay
  • Ceviche selections are available from 1 to 9 p.m. and make the perfect post-swim snack

Suviche | Fresh sushi from Japan native Chef Yoshiaki Akaike 


  • Located at One & Only Palmilla
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows offer up expansive views of the Sea of Cortez
  • Sip on Asian tastes with a sake sommelier to assist you in sake pairing and an extensive green tea menu to cleanse your palate

Pesca Ceviche Bar | Esperanza, An Auberge Resort’s newest dining experience full of fresh flavor


  • Latin and Asian-inspired seafood for a bold-yet-refreshing journey
  • Treat yourself to citrus-cured seafood dishes made-to-order, like bay scallop ceviche
  • Enjoy your meal while seated at the hand-sculpted ceramic ceviche bar

Crudo Beach Bar | Light and invigorating seafood snacks


  • Located at the center of the pool bar at The Resort at Pedregal
  • Make sure to try the beach bar’s famous Baja sea bass ceviche or Chilean salmon
  • Spanish for raw, Crudo is named perfectly, offering up a selection of sushi rolls, ceviche and fresh sashimi dishes

Nick San | Top Los Cabos sushi restaurant

Nick San

  • Lively ambience in the heart of downtown Cabo makes this a perfect spot before heading out on the town
  • Stellar Japanese cuisine blended with bold Mexican flavors like serrano chile pepper sauce
  • Masterfully plated sushi pleases the eyes as much as the mouth

Toro | Trendy Pan Latin cuisine with Asian influences


  • Enjoy the Punta Ballena views on the expansive open-air patio as you savor Latin wines
  • Snack on smoked swordfish and guacamole before feasting on Toro’s achiote BBQ Atlantic salmon
  • Toro is the genius concept from acclaimed chef Richard Sandoval who’s often known as the “Father of Modern Mexican Cuisine”

Fun Facts: Toro means “bull” in Spanish and “tuna belly” in Japanese

(Featured in InMexico Magazine 2016)

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