The Argentine Cuisine of Chamuyo

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The fire doesn’t touch the food. The fire is an essential part of Argentine cuisine. And, the fire is what characterizes Chamuyo’s kitchen.  

In downtown Cabo San Lucas, just a few steps near the beach and in the main road that leads to the Medano, you will find Chamuyo: a restaurant that seeks to delight its guests with traditional Argentine dishes. 

The meat is the main ingredient and the star at Chamuyo! The ribs are the most emblematic and, therefore, the most wanted dish. It is a mix of juiciness and perfect cooking. The ribs are cooked for 7 hours in the fire, which allows the embers to give them an insuperable taste and texture. The pairing of meat and wine makes this dish an unforgettable experience.  

From Argentina, the partners and friends, Marcelo and Gonzalo, share the same passion at Chamuyo, creating an open-air restaurant for everyone who loves a good “asado”.

The natural fruits martinis like plum, passion fruit, grapefruit or tamarind are the ideal way to begin your evening and the meat empanadas entree will prepare you with enthusiasm for the next course.  

If you want to listen to live music while your meat is cooking, every Monday from 6:30 pm, the Argentine group Pura Vida will set the mood with pop and rock songs.  

Chef  Marcelo Romby advice that when you order your ribs you accompany them with a glass of red wine, preferably a Malbec because this one cleanses the palate and cuts the fat from the meat.  

Give yourself the opportunity to visit Chamuyo and relax with a glass of good Argentine wine, music, and above all, a cut of meat waiting to be cooked at the fire. 

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