Conejo de Fideos - deliciously different!
All three desserts that we tried were fantastic as well, including the special Baja menu dessert of plum and blackberry compote with crema catalana - very creamy and fruity with crunchy crust bits on top. The churros are seriously one of the best things I've eaten in quite some time (see last photo, below). Calvin also really enjoyed the special drink (Miel de Toronja) with its unique smoky flavor and we had wonderful service from Ramon - what a great waiter! If you are looking for something different to try during the rest of the month, definitely check out the Flavors of Baja menu at Rosa Mexicano.
The Miel de Toronja (left): Herradura reposado tequila, Vida mezcal, honey, fresh grapefruit and lime.
Amuse bouche of seared scallop with slow braised beef short rib - Mexican surf and turf.
Tostada de Jaiba con Coco. One of my favorite menu items!
Zucchini a la Parrilla. Loved the most chile cornbread.
Tacos de Camarones de San Felipe (shrimp tacos)
Our expert guacamole maker.
Spicy guacamole - you can't eat at Rosa without ordering the guacamole!
Salsas and bottomless rice and beans, which accompany every meal.
Compota de Ciruelas y Zarzamoras - tasty plum and blackberry compote with crema catalana.
Pastel de Queso - apple cheesecake with cajeta and candied pecans.
Disclosure: The meal described in this review was complimentary.