about Us

Cesar Sanchez

Head Chef & Owner

Chef Cesar was classically trained as a tenor and has traveled and sung opera in the United States, Spain, Italy, Germany and Romania as well as his Mexican homeland. He was bestowed the title of “Ambassador of the Arts” from the Mexican government.  Cesar began his musical studies as a boy chorister at The Church of the Sacred Heart in Tijuana, Mexico.  Later he was awarded a scholarship to the prestigious Escuela Superior de Musical Sacra in Guadalajara, Mexico. Further scholarships led to Salzburg, Austria at the famous Mozarteum University Conservatory of Music.

Next to music, Chef Cesar’s other love is sharing his passion for good food and traditional Mexican cuisine.  

While a world traveler, Sanchez made his home in San Diego more than 10 years ago, maintaining close ties to family on both sides of the border.  

Cesar Sanchez' Spice of Music - What Spices Up Your Life?
A powerful voice for San Diego & Tijuana
Tenor Cesar Sanchez Aida
The Three Mexican Tenors Dazzle at the Nashville Symphony
César Sánchez singing "Nessun dorma"
FAQ

Is your Restaurant Family Friendly?

Yes! Highchairs are available. Family favorites are our sides of nachos or fries without spices for picky eaters, rice and beans, and flour tortillas.  

Do you have Vegetarian Options?

Yes! Here are just a few: El Rajas Taco, Cheesy Mushroom Taco, Quesadilla Norteña, and more!

What type of drinks do you serve? 

We offer delicious margaritas, craft beers on tap, a selection of white and red wines sold by the bottle and the glass, freshly made aquas frescas, bottled beers, fountain drinks, and Topo Chico. 

Can your restaurant accommodate a group? 

Yes!  Please call ahead if your party is over 7.