When it comes to eating around, Casa de Campo offers plenty of flavors for everyone. From casual Mexican street food to a fine dining experience by the sea, our gourmet signature restaurants are guaranteed to satisfy the most demanding palates. As you go through each restaurant, we highlight their star dishes, the ones you can’t miss on your next visit.
Josper-grilled Branzino / Arugula & Pickled Radish / Basil Vinaigrette
Right at the heart of the Marina, La Casita offers Spanish-inspired dishes focused on fresh local seafood. The branzino fish made on the Josper, a mix between a grill and an oven, will surprise diners with its deep, bold flavors. Top that with an arugula and pickled radish salad, basil vinaigrette and the stunning night views from the pier and you will have an unforgettable dinner experience.
Baja Style Fish Tacos / Michoacán Style Carnitas Tacos
Spending a chill afternoon at Chilango Taqueria sipping cocktails, laughing with friends, trying new tacos… what’s not to like? Sometimes the vast choice of tacos can be a little overwhelming, and that is why we rounded it up to two: fish tacos from the Baja region and carnitas tacos from Michoacán. The perfect flavor mix between land and sea!
Minitas Beach Club & Restaurant
Shellfish Fideuá / Fried Ceviche / Corvina Tiradito
Minitas Beach Club & Restaurant offers the perfect setting for a seafood feast. Be sure to convince at least one friend to try the shellfish fideuá, a dish from Spain similar to a paella but made with toasted “fideos”, shrimp, lobster, white fish, and more. Even if you are tempted to finish it on your own, we assure you there will be enough portions for everyone at the table! Before the fideuá, you can’t miss the corvina tiradito from the “crudo” section, and the amazing fried ceviche.
Roasted Pumpkin Tortellini, Pecorino Cream & Toasted Butter / Traditional Spaghetti Alla Carbonara
If Altos de Chavón is modeled after a Mediterranean villa from the 16th century, then La Piazzetta acts as the first and most authentic trattoria in town. There is no doubt that their handmade pasta steals the show. For a classic choice order the spaghetti alla carbonara, served with Pecorino cheese, egg and guanciale, a type of Italian cured meat. If you’re feeling more adventurous try the tortellini filled with roasted pumpkin, covered in a succulent combination of Pecorino cream and toasted butter. We promise you will end up exclaiming “Mamma mia!” in front of the Chavón river.
Terrine de Foie du Périgord, Apricot Jam & Brioche Bread
La Caña is well known for its French-inspired cuisine and its lively lounge and bar area located at the heart of the hotel, but after dawn there is a lot going on at the kitchen. On the main course section of the dinner menu you will find a wide variety of meats, but for the entrée we advise you not to miss the foie-gras from Périgord, a French region, served with apricot jam and seeds, and a side of freshly baked brioche bread. Its melt-in-your-mouth texture will be the highlight of your culinary experience!
“Leche de Tigre” / Octopus, Shrimp and fish ceviche
Causa showcases 3 different styles of peruvian cuisine; Criollo, Nikkei and Chifa; through an ample selection of smaller plates and main courses intended to be shared family style. From the smokiness of the Aji Panca marinade of antichuchos, to the mouthwatering citrusy leche de trigre used in ceviches and tiraditos, our menu is inspired by the traditional food of Lima.