With dynamic and vibrant details such as a wooden screen ceiling and tile flooring with tin accents, Frida's menu adheres to the most representative dishes of Mexico. Here you can explore the fine nuances of dishes with ingredients like dried chiles, wild herbs and aromatic mole.
- CuisineGourmet Mexican
- Age GroupAll ages
- Hours6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (Reservation required)
- AttireElegant-Casual. For men: collared shirt, trousers and closed footwear. For women: dresses, skirts, or evening trousers for women. (Beach sandals, tank tops and shorts are not permitted).
Meet the Chef
The eldest of three siblings, Chef Roberto Sierra was born in Zihuatanejo, Guerrero. His passion for hospitality was inherited from his father, and his love of cooking from his mother and grandmother, starting when he played at making corn tortillas. He studied at the Hotel Presidente, meeting several chefs who would become his mentors. Sierra has developed his talent in countries including Cuba, Costa Rica, Panama and Venezuela, where he exhibited Mexican cuisine in an international festival. He worked in hotels such as the Hilton, Meliá, InterContinental, and even served as Executive Chef at Bel Air resorts, before returning to his home state 10 years later to lead the Hotel Encanto Acapulco to becoming the best hotel in its category. In 2015, he began working at the Princess Mundo Imperial, where fate placed him with Juan Licerio, the chef who trusted in his dedication to create magic and transmit passion in each dish at Grand Velas Los Cabos; today he is the Head Chef of Frida restaurant at the resort, specializing in Mexican haute cuisine.