Swift and friendly service although being the only customers and tasteful lunch. Funky bar with all the racing decorations.
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Ricardo has been catering to Baja Racers and travelers for years. The meals are all top shelf and He and his staff are great.
Charming place, wifi, good breakfast, friendly cats. The waiter spoke little English, so you get to practice yours (as you should!)
the service was slow, the food was merely acceptable and the prices were way too high for what was served. Pretty cool racing decorations though and they have wifi.
This was a scheduled part of a motorcycle adventure group called "Fly-A to the Playa" and it was from here we were going to travel a bit in the morning to go watch whales. Rice and Beans also has a restaurante in San Felipe and cater to many off-road enthusiests, as you can tell by the stickers in the windows.
This place is a must stop when you are in San Ignacio. A great funky atmosphere, great mexican food and killer margariatas. I usually shy away from buying margariatas out because they usually are not as good as the ones that I make at home. However, Rice and Beans margaritas blew me away. The best in the Baja - and... More
We are big fans of Rice and Beans in San Felipe BC, MX, and Rice and Beans in San Ignacio didn't let us down! Ate dinner and followed with breakfast the next day. All of the food was delicious, fresh, perfectly prepared. The service was very good and all the staff so friendly. Will definitely return.
The food was good. The waiter clueless. Prices are so-so. PASS ON TAKING A ROOM HERE! Try one of the smaller places on the sideroad into town and haggle for a good price. Hotels in San Ignacio have ridiculous prices.