Villa Del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto Executive Chef Roberto Cardazzo explains his methods,
"I dive today... (in) the best place in the world for the chocolate clam Then, tonight, I prepare them with parmesan and brandy."
From his training in Italy to his fresh to your table cuisine, you are surrounded by a love for the sea. While serving up some of the finest food around, Chef Roberto's unique style and incredible friendliness make many of our visitors not want to dine anywhere else! Where else can you find an Executive Chef who will kayak and dive for fresh clams to prepare for dinner?
The on-site restaurants are intended to provide you with mouth-watering cuisine while allowing you to enjoy the serenity and natural splendor of the Islands of Loreto. Our staff is always happy to serve your needs - whether in one of our restaurants or on your beach chair.
A casual buffet-style restaurant with indoor air conditioned and outdoor seating areas offering Mediterranean, American and Mexican fare.
This outdoor eatery is located by the pool with ocean views, serving pizza, sandwiches, salads, tacos and specialty cocktails.
This elegant restaurant offers indoor air-conditioned and outdoor seating, featuring a unique selection of Mexican wines and an adjoining bar area within which to enjoy a large variety of cigars in air conditioned comfort.
Open 24 hours a day and offering a full breakfast, lunch, dinner and midnight snack menu.
Children's menu available at Casa Mia and Market restaurants.
All of our Villa del Palmar dining options have been created with the same passion and flair as every other aspect of our resort and we want to be able to provide you with whatever you want.
If you choose to venture into town, a plethora of restaurants are within walking distance. The Islands of Loreto's traditional cuisine is a combination of northern cooking, seafood, and recipes brought over by the missionaries. Many places offer local specialties like ceviche, fine steaks, (carnitas) pulled pork, and most famously, "almejas," or chocolate clams.
But in the end, It all comes back to fish: Though most eateries pride themselves on their own 'sources', if you caught it, or bought it off a local fisherman - many restaurants will be happy to prepare it for you.
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