This review was hosted by Cabo Flats, however all opinions are mine alone. I’d never tell you to eat somewhere that I wouldn’t dine myself!
I’m so excited to share this Cabo Flats review with you because these days it is getting harder and harder to find good Mexican food at a reasonable price. Restaurants either charge too much for bland Americanized Mexican food, or they are striving too high with fine Mexican dining at astronomical prices. Enter Cabo Flats. This place knows how to serve fine Mexican food at a reasonable price!
Cabo Flats is a relatively new restaurant with 5 locations across South Florida. I love it so much that I’m hoping it expands to Southwest Florida soon. We certainly could use some help in the Mexican food department here! The head chef, Antonio Brodziak, is a native of Mexico City which is probably why the food tastes so authentic. Not only is everything delicious, many of the ingredients are local which makes everything taste ten times better.
Cabo Flats is a cantina and tequila bar that serves high quality food during the day and transforms into a fun bar at night. The food taste delicious and the decor makes you feel like you are actually in Cabo. What more could you want out of a Mexican restaurant?
The Day of the Dead and folk art decor has an authentic feel without being too much to scare the little ones. In fact, my 4 year old loved all of it.
Everything we tried at Cabo Flats was absolutely delicious. I was so excited by the appetizer menu alone that I think I could have eaten solely from that portion of the menu!
We started with avo”cabo” fries- fried avocado with roasted garlic cilantro aioli. Amazing!
Next, I moved on to the Mexican street corn because I can’t say no to street corn. Ever.
For my meal I tried the steak tacos with Adobo marinated steak, guacamole, pico de gallo, green onion, cotija cheese.
The best part about this place is that is serves local ingredients at chain restaurant prices. The prices vary according to location, but the entries range anywhere from $10-$35, which is super affordable for South Florida.
Next time you are in South Florida, you’ve got to check out Cabo Flats! I’ve already decided that this will be my go to lunch and dinner spot next time I visit The Palm Beaches.