A newer addition to the ever expanding restaurant world in Tijuana is La Caza Club. Its doors opened just about two months ago, and I have heard a buzz about it ever since. The space has two levels, the bottom level being La Caza Club, with its bar and restaurant. Then just up a small set of stairs, you will find a cafe/library called Cafe Sabina.
The sleek interiors of the restaurant vary from its concrete walls, warm wood accents and dark furniture. Lamp shades light the way, and one of my favorite details was the upside down lamp above the large round white table that we dined at. The bright yellow chairs tied in with the color of the glass of the lamp, while the white shelving on the walls, and behind the bar brought in a crisp accent to the dark concrete, and black tufted benches. It is spaces like these that are not only perfect for food and conversations, but serve as an inspiration as well.
VIDEO : La Cazaclub
Chef Humberto Aviles develops his menu using all Organic and almost 100 percent local Baja ingredients. Watching Chef Humberto and his team work in the open air kitchen, is as if you are watching a symphony. They each work in their own space, organized with such fluidity. Witnessing the preparation and plating, I could not wait to taste the finished products.