The world’s most expensive taco debuts at the new Grand Velas Los Cabos for $25,000.
Available at the resort’s Frida restaurant, the culinary masterpiece uses premium ingredients such as langoustine, Kobe beef, Almas Beluga caviar, and black truffle brie cheese. An exotic salsa made of dried Morita chili peppers, Ley.925 ultra-premium añejo tequila, and civet coffee tops the taco. To top it off, or rather, holding all of these ingredients is a gold flake-infused corn tortilla.
To complement the taco, Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort suggests a handcrafted white gold and pure platinum bottle of Ley. 925 Pasión Azteca Ultra Premium Añejo, which guests can enjoy for an additional $150K.
The resort’s executive chef Juan Licerio Alcala, who originates from Durango, Mexico, created the over-the-top taco-and-tequila duo. Frida is open for dinner from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m, daily. Reservations are required in advance. Both outdoor terrace and indoor, air-conditioned seating is available.
Grand Velas’ all-inclusive rate includes luxury suite accommodations, a la carte gourmet meals at a variety of specialty restaurants, premium branded beverages, 24-hour in-suite service, fitness center, nightly entertainment, tax and gratuities, and more.
Grand Velas Los Cabos on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula is the fifth property in the Velas Resorts collection. Located between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the $150 million beachfront property has 304 ocean-view suites, all over 1,180 square feet, with private terraces and some personal plunge pools; duplex wellness suites have designated wellness amenities and in-suite juice bars. The resort offers four restaurants in addition to Frida.