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Washoku at Chileno Bay



Delve into the world of Washoku—a Japanese practice deeply rooted in the tradition of skills, wisdom, and customs encompassing every aspect of food, from its meticulous preparation to the joyful act of savoring it—all intricately woven together with a reverence for nature and sustainability. For centuries, the enduring connection between Japan and Baja began with Japanese fishermen tracing fish migrations along the peninsula’s shores. Join us as Chef Alicia Padilla hosts an exclusive, limited-space dinner celebrating the essence of Washoku at Chileno Bay. Melding contemporary and traditional interpretations, Chef Alicia integrates the freshest bounty from the Pacific Ocean near Baja, one of Japan’s most coveted fishing grounds for bluefin tuna and other prized species.

Indulge in an unrivaled open-air Washoku epicurean experience as you gather around the table along the water’s edge, inhaling the divine sea breeze. Relish in a meticulously crafted four-course menu and embark on this flavorful journey with exquisitely prepared sushi and sashimi, followed by succulent hot-plated fish that effortlessly melts in your mouth. As the centerpiece, savor a tender, beautifully marbled Wagyu A5 Japanese Steak. Throughout the meal, delight in the harmonious pairing of Junmai Sake from the state of Sinaloa in Mexico, crafted with the finest Japanese Rice (Yamada Nishiki). Served in traditional “Mezcaleros,” these vessels offer a meaningful connection to Mexican heritage. To conclude this unforgettable feast, enjoy a special Japanese-inspired dessert, providing a sweet finale to the evening.

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