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Flora Farm Dishes Up Yummy Farm-to-table Eats

Drive along a bumpy sand road beyond San Jose del Cabo, and you reach Flora Farm (also known as Flora Farms). 

In Los Cabos, in the heart of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, Flora’s is a 25-acre organic farm growing all sorts of flowers, veggies and herbs.

Flora Farm

Flora Farm is an organic farm and restaurant, serving farm-to-table food in Los Cabos.

Floras Field Kitchen

Flora’s also has a field kitchen and restaurant.

But this is no ordinary restaurant.

The outstanding Flora Farms restaurant has been named one of the world’s 10 best table-to-farm dining experiences (a purposeful take on the term “farm-to-table”).

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Local and organic at Flora Farms restaurant

Flora Farms

In the kitchen, bakers make breads fresh each day.

Staff craft their own sausages and smoke their own meats (from animals raised organically).

And a wood-burning oven turns out Neapolitan-style pizzas.

What’s on the Flora Farms menu?

The menu is seasonal at Flora’s field kitchen and depends on what’s fresh.

Perhaps pasta quills in cream with peas, truffle butter and prosciutto?

Or lemon chicken cutlets with a herb mustard spatzle?

Or the fresh catch-of-the-day with a thyme-infused fish broth and farm vegetables?

If you’re cravin’ pizza, you can choose from 15 types of Neapolitan-style pizza. 

Think farm bacon with egg and fennel sausage and mozzarella.

Cocktails are imaginative and delicious!

Old-Fashioned cocktail at Flora Farms

How to visit Flora Farm

Bicycle at Flora Farms

The best way to experience Flora Farms is to join a free walking farm tour.

Follow that with a long scrumptious organic lunch while gazing out at tall sunflowers.

We’re still dreaming of our meal of wild hibiscus margaritas (and carrot-orange “farmaritas”), homemade chicken sausage pasta and the most flavorful heirloom tomato salad we’ve ever tasted.

After lunch, poke about the little art gallery on the grounds.

Then check out the farm store. Maybe pick up some home-made fruit syrup, artisan salt or lavender body lotion?

For more of that California Napa Valley or Sonoma feeling, you can even stay overnight in one of the unique hand-crafted culinary cottages!

Of course, dinner is lovely too – we’ve experienced a few fabulous dinners here also!

Stay in one of Flora Farms cottages, and you can eat organic food every day!

Flora Farms, Cabo? Bottom line

It’s worth making the effort to visit this farm and farm restaurant in Cabo.

Visiting Flora Farms is simply one of the best things to do in Los Cabos!

Flora Farms reservations

Hours

Tuesday thru Saturday

  • Breakfast: 9 am to 10:30 am
  • Lunch: 11 am to 1:30 pm
  • Dinner: 5:00 to 9:00 pm (November to May) and 5:30 to 9:00 pm (June to October)

Sunday

  • Brunch: 10 am to 2 pm

Closed Monday

Reservations

Essential! (A Vogue magazine article notes Flora’s is “one of the toughest reservations to get in the area.”)

Phone number

Mexico phone: +52-624-142-1000; US phone 949-200-7342

Website

The best way to make a reservation is through the Flora Farm website. (Or email reservations@flora-farms.com)

Have you visited Flora Farms, San Jose del Cabo?

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Flora Farms

Photo credits: 1 to 4, 9, 10, 12, 15 © Janice and George Mucalov, SandInMySuitcase | Other photos Flora Farms


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  1. My mouth began watering at the sight of the charcuterie!
    I love the organic produce of Los Cabos, especially the tomatoes.

  2. Corinne says:

    The food sounds amazing. And I wouldn’t mind paying more for the organic food.

  3. Agness says:

    Summer is in the air and I love looking at these yummy pictures. I would die for some Cheese and charcuterie‚ĶThere ain’t any in China :-(.