Restaurants in Tijuana

Tijuana, the biggest city in Baja California, is known to food historians as the place Caesar salad was conceived, in 1924, by restaurateur Caesar Cardini. To modern food adventurers, it is a destination rich with all manner of taco (including perhaps the original shrimp tacos) as well as such Baja seafood as red snapper ceviche, drunken clams (in a pool of wine and melted butter), octopus carpaccio, and shots of “tiger’s milk” (salty lime juice leftover from ceviche) turbocharged with a scoop of sea urchin. Yes, you still can get a fine Caesar salad in Tijuana, at the restaurant called Caesar’s, where it is made the original way — tableside — and includes whole leaves of romaine lettuce dressed with a vinaigrette of garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, egg yolk, pepper, Parmesan cheese, and anchovies.

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