This is where tourist go if they dont want to go far off the beaten path. The food is not horrible but for $ 145 for two in a mexican restaurant they need to knock it out of the park.
Whenever I spend over a $100 in any restaurant I rarely leave disappointed but at ediths I did.
Service is prompt but not professional. Much better options elsewhere for food and value.
This place is not in the center of town and sort of hidden away. The name makes it sound like it wouldn't be that great and doesn't belong in Mexico, but it is one of the best restaurants in Cabo.
The outdoor setting is beautiful and the waiters are very friendly. Have a mariachi band play a song while you eat. This place is know mainly for its seafood, but there are some mexican dishes on the menu.
If you really want to light up the night, order the $5200 peso bottle of Cristal.
Bring a big appetite and call ahead for reservations because it is usually packed.
Favorite Dish: If you come here, you have to try one of the combos, which the waiters will explain with a tray of uncooked meats and seafood when you sit down. The combos can be mixed any way you like, with filet mignon, ribeye, fresh catch of the day, lobster, and enormous shrimp (isn't that an oxymoron?). I definitely recommend getting a lobster tail as part of a combo. This is some of the best lobster I have ever had. The Aztec Soup (tortilla soup) is also great.
For dessert, the bananas flambee and either the Mexican coffee or Edith's coffee are a must. Each is prepared tableside and watching the blue flames being poured by a very skilled waiter is a great show after your meal. Besides being fun to watch, it tastes great.