Little “Latin Street Food” Restaurant a Class Act!

 Little “Latin Street Food” Restaurant a Class Act!


The Dutch lunch at Fuego Latin Street Food restaurant on Thursday, June 15 was amazing! So said not one, but many of the 25 members and guests that attended the monthly event of Los Cabos Tomatoes, “the” social and networking organization in Los Cabos. This quaint and artistic space serves some of the best food in all of Cabo and it’s not your usual “street food”. First off, the Portobello mushroom salad was like nothing they had ever tasted: the mixture of greens, berries, goat cheese and a dressing made many beg for the recipe. 

Then came the main course with the most unique selection of entrees: Octopus with spicy Tamarind sauce and grilled jicama; or chicken breast marinated with pesto; or lightly breaded shrimp served on a clothesline with three sauces; or Flap meat with chimichurri. Everyone received a side dish of sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top flamed table-side. And for dessert, crème Brûle, again flamed at the table to form a delicious, sugary crust on top of the creamy custard. 

This place is called “Fuego” for a good reason; fuego means “fire” in Spanish and this eatery makes good use of it in many ways, from grilling to flaming dishes. Several members have commented how they love attending the luncheons because they are introduced to new restaurants that they ordinarily would not know about. Such is the case of Fuego, located at the corner of Hidalgo and Carranza in Centro Cabo and with parking! Be sure to go for lunch or dinner with your friends and family members. The chef-owner, Polo De Anda will welcome you. Call 624-123-2696 for reservations.

Noreen Steinke was in the Network Spotlight for this event. This opportunity is open to members who have a business to promote, or a service, a product, or a passion such as a charity she represents. Noreen has had Care Cabo Solutions for about one year. She assists with medical issues doing the legwork with the paperwork required for IMSS membership (only). For immigration, she assists in permanent or temporary residency and helps those who have twice been denied visas, plus other related issues. For legal matters, she says, “We have the best lawyer in La Paz that handles criminal, civil, and even tax disputes, plus property issues, Fideicomiso, name changes/beneficiaries and Last Will and Testament services.” Other services include senior card application assistance, Mexican Driver’s License renewals, car registration, RFC assistance, CFE, OOMSAPAS change of name, and account set up. Obviously, Noreen is a good person to know, especially for newcomers to Cabo. Contact or call 624-131-3323. 

Guests attending were Samantha Hall, from Phoenix, Arizona, guest of Jen Fisk, Leslie Wall, from San Francisco, California, guest of Linda Daniels, and Cheryl Wickizer, from Mt. Ranier, Washington, guest of Noreen Steinke. All three were signed up by Marilyn Plank, Membership Director, as new members.

Los Cabos Tomatoes was formed in 1991 and currently has approximately 600 on the membership roster. For information, contact