Baja Beach Break at Habanero

I was back at Habanero, the tex-mex restaurant in Bangalore for a Baja Beach Break. 

Mexico's Baja Peninsula is a popular beach destination for tourists, and is known to be one of the best beaches in the world. Sun worshippers, surfers and paddlers flock to this beach for the water, sun and sand, and the beach resorts are also famous for serving sumptuous coastal Mexican dishes dominated by seafood items and lime flavors. 

This year, Habanero gives us a tour of Mexico by showcasing a special menu every month from various Mexican regions. 

Here's a photo tour of the "Baja Beach Break" special menu, containing delicious Mexican fish, shrimp and chicken dishes and tropical cocktails...

Lime Lacquered chicken skewers. Chicken was tender and the slightly sweet glaze was good with it...

Paneer skewers for the vegetarians...

Seer fish Ceviche made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, and spiced with chili peppers was my favorite of the day. It was easy to eat and felt really fresh...

I think Ema, one of my co-diners liked it too...

Habanero Pina Colada with Rum...

And the non-alcoholic Pina Colada comes in a really huge glass...

Main course had Garlic Shrimp Soft Tacos...

The tacos came with a portion of rice and beans. It was tasty and quite filling...

Big salad with grilled pineapple and seer fish...

Coconut flan with homemade chocolate truffle was an interesting dessert...

Overall it was another good meal at Habanero. Leaving you with a group photo of the diners with chef Dan... 


  1. You do such beautiful food photography!
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  2. Yum!The Pina Colada is calling my name.

  3. Wow you make me hungry. Thanks for your awesome photos that tell the story so well.
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  4. Those garlic shrimp tacos look out of this world. I love looking at your photography of food. It takes a special eye and control of the camera to get the beautiful captures you are presenting on your blogs. Kudos to you.

  5. Those shrimp tacos are to die for! yum. I've never been to Baja but for this sort of drinks and food, we would love it.

  6. I was just thinking about Baja California today. I live in what was once Alta California, but today, just southern California. Our terrain is much the same and as we rode our bicycles along the coast we remarked that from where we were riding, the view looked much like our vacations to rural Baja.

    Thanks for sharing at SYC.

  7. It all looks delicious! A far cry from the dinner I just had a Chili's!

  8. Okay, I am hungry now. Looks awesome!

  9. That all looks so fresh and delicious. Love the ceviche too, and dessert!

  10. Lovely - this looks like a marvelous place to pull up a knife and fork!
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  11. You are always sharing such delicious food images. Thank you so much for sharing with "Through My Lens"

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  12. I am IN MEXICO and your food is making me hungry.

  13. The food looks fantastic!

  14. What beautiful color! Thanks for sharing these!

  15. Love coconut flan! Lovely and yummy photos =)

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