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The experience in a nutshell

Type of the event

Dinner, Mexican

Maximum guests

12 guests

Time of the event

6:30 PM (4.5 hours)

The host speaks

English, Spanish

Drinks & Beverages

Beer, Guests can bring alcohol, Wine, Spirits, Coffee, Soft Drinks, Water

See the menu
To start.
Chicken Pozole.
The Pozole, which in the Nahuatl language is "pozolli", means foam and it was called that because the large and white corn grains on boiling open as a flower and form foam. This traditional soup can not miss in the celebrations of independence of Mexico and any special festivity.
2 Corns Esquites.
The word esquite comes from Nahuatl, izquitl, from ihcequi, which means roasting corn. This esquite combines 2 of the most representative corn grains in Mexico, in a combination with Limon, Chile, Epazote and Cotija Cheese
Pastor Salad.
The world-renowned "taco al pastor" this time served in a mixture of greens, with a dressing of pineapple, chiles, spices and mustard.
To reset...
Mini frozen tamarind palette with chili.
Baja California Flavors.
Tostada Juana Ines.

White fish marinated in lemon and Mexican spices served on Gouda cheese, accompanied by pinto beans. purple onion and chipotle chile sauce.

Taco Baja

Served in blue corn tortilla, these shrimps seasoned in chile de arbol and limon, are accompanied by Oaxacan cheese and avocado
The best is yet to come.
Mini Oaxacan Chocolate Cake with spices, accompanied by toasted peanuts.
Cancellation Policy

You will not be eligible for a refund if you cancel your booking.

$90 Price per guest