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A frozen mango margarita was a fine introduction to a delightful dinner at Cabo.  I had Mexican street corn for the first time at Cabo.  Miaz Callejero – Mexico City corn on the cob, mayonnaise, cojita cheese, and chipotle powder.  We enjoyed Alitas – fried chicken wings with a tamarind glaze.  The wings were crunchy and the tamarind glaze was sweet.   We opted to get the tamarind glaze on the side of the chicken and it was the perfect dip for our crispy wings.

For dinner, we had Camarones a la Diablo – jumbo gulf shrimp, sweet plantain, fresh avocado with a spicy chipotle enchilada sauce, and Mexican rice.  We also had the Pollo a la Plancha – grilled chicken breast, charred vegetables, Mexican rice, black beans, and chimichurri sauce.  I loved the abundance of flavors in each dish.

Although we were stuffed, we still made room for Churros!  The Churros came with chocolate dipping sauce and raspberry dipping sauce.  The flavor of the churros dipped in the raspberry sauce was out of this world!  The outside of each Churro was crunchy, while the inside was warm and gooey.  The Churros were heavily dusted with cinnamon and sugar, which only magnified the deliciousness of this Mexican treat.

I seriously recommend you check out Cabo. It is a cozy restaurant in what appears to be the Bronx version of restaurant row.  Do not overlook this Bronx gem!


3764 E Tremont Ave

Bronx, New York 10465


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