Anica Restaurant: a feast of traditions and flavors
The best way to explore a culture is, perhaps, through its gastronomy; enjoying dishes infused with history and flavors that evoke Mexican traditions in every bite.
This is the premise behind the culinary tour visitors and locals alike can experience in Anica, the signature restaurant at Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas. Here, Chef Ricardo Cordova pays homage to the complexity of flavors and techniques that led Mexican cuisine to become part of the intangible heritage of humanity; recognized by UNESCO since November 2010.
A little bit of history
The origin of Mexican gastronomy dates back to the pre-Hispanic era, revolving around three main ingredients: corn, beans
Over the years, the mixture of indigenous traditions and the influence of other countries, mainly Spain and their Arabic background, gave different directions to ancestral recipes by fusing ingredients and flavors unknown in the region, such as animal fats, wheat, flour, beef and chicken, as well as dairy products
The new at Anica
Another culinary adventure you can embark
Part of the newest additions to Anica’s gastronomic
Do not miss the opportunity to delight
We think there’s no better way to explore a new culture and discover a new country and its customs and traditions, is through the flavors cooked in their kitchen. And to prove so, we share a very traditional dish if you’d like to bring a piece of Mexico home.