Savor the taste of authentic Mexican cuisine at Playa Cabana Hacienda. Its list of platters is inspired by styles of cooking from different regions of Mexico. This gives guests the opportunity to experience a wide array of Mexican flavors. Playa Cabana Hacienda’s menu features dishes such as beef in red chili and marinated raw shrimp and scallops. Some of Playa Cabana Hacienda’s main entrées include braised beef shoulder in tomatillos as well as oven-roasted chicken leg in arbol-guajillo salsa, made with a combination of earthy, nutty and spicy chiles.
Playa Cabana Hacienda prides itself in its tequila selection. Guests can also enjoy an extensive international selection of other drinks.
So pleased with the shredded lamb and the lobster tacos. Their cocktails are also fantastic. Great, unique spot to dine! Awesome atmosphere, and wonderful service. Definetly coming back.
The short rib tacos were absolutely delicious. Our server was very helpful and knowledgeable in explaining the menu. The only downside is that it’s a little bit cramped
Very good food not standard Mexican more interesting. Wine is pricey
Our waitress was very accomodating despite the busy holiday crowds. Braised short rib tacos were delicious along with amazing churros for dessert.
Everything was great, however, the margarita was suprisingly weak in flavour for a good Mexican Restaurant.
Service was slow Food was cold Food was expensive Food taste wasn’t good for tacos Cold inside
Everything was amazing except for the short menu, I think there are multiple ways to add more food on it.
I really enjoy this restaurant. The food is great (even if the pulpo in the pulpo taco was far too chewy). I love the elotes (corn), the LA Truck taco, the drinks, and a bunch of other items on the menu. But this place must be avoided in cold months. Aside from having no place to put coats, so one is expected to sit on their coats in an already fairly tight, cramped seating environment, their triple door entranceis a 5 star FAIL. The doors are so close that for more than one person to enter the restaurant all three doors are invariably open at the same time letting in large wafts of freezing cold air. The restaurant is so small that it is enough to send a chill through the entire main floor. (Yes, there is a darker, less hip dining upstairs option). Furthermore, the doors often get stuck ajar causing the a door or two to remain open – often ignored or not noticed – by the very busy and otherwise competent staff. Twice my winter dining experience was ultimately an uncomfortable experience for my dining companion and me. Looking around at others keeping their coats on – we were far from alone. I will return for the fun, delicious, and slightly overpriced dinner – but in a few months when a properly winterized restaurant is not necessary.