My husband and I were only here for a week this year but I need to give a huge shout out to Nick San. We love fresh sushi and wanted to find the best in Cabo. We like to sit at the sushi bar and...More
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We came to this place on a Sunday evening around 8:30pm is wasn't busy at all but we enjoyed it that way. It was my husband, our 1 year old son and myself along with another couple our friends and their 1 year old baby....More
We went to Nick San for my birthday dinner due to the recommendation from our hotel concierge. THANK GOD! We sat at the sushi bar and from the moment we sat down, it was a memorable experience. The service was excellent, the chef was engaging,...More
The service was less than stellar, food mediocre and the atmosphere was quite disappointing. We waited a long time for service after being seated. Add to this a group of quite loud, obnoxious and foul-mouthed patrons a couple of tables over - the staff did...More
Excellent service and Excellent Sushi!!!!! I had the Salmon Yu Zu, OMG! Fantastic-thin sliced salmon rolled up with Fran and avocado inside and some kind of great sauce. Also had some kind of ceviche like cracker-fantastic. Shrimp roll-great. Lychee Saki-great. Spicy tuna cut roll-yum. Everything...More
The sushi was excellent and the service was outstanding. Food was prompt and the drinks were superb. Will definitely visit on our next trip.
Nick-san was a pleasant discovery during my trip to Cabo as the sushi was fresh and delicious. Service was great too!
this restaurant is in walking distance to the Marina. Service is excellent.Listen to your waiter and let him make recommendations for you that might not be on the menu. THe combining of Japanese food with a touch of Mexican food gives an ultimate score of...More
Walking into Nick-San with a group of 16 guys here on a fishing trip and I thought nothing good can come of this. Oh was I wrong. We turned the ordering over to the servers and just let the food fly. Tuna, Snapper, Dorado, delivered...More
I listened to the locals & gave Nicksan a try & it exceeded my expectations. I tried so many small versions of dishes but two still stand out today. An off-menu item is the Futami Age. A mixture of Shrimp, scallop, sweet corn surrounded by...More