Stock up on breakfast
Some hotels and resorts do offer complementary breakfasts; however, if you do not have this facility, it is important for you to stock up on breakfasts. Go to a grocery store and purchase bread, eggs or whatever you feel like having. The larger stores in Cabo possess a huge selection of low priced food items and you can choose from a wide range. Almost all the resorts or hotels provide you a mini-kitchen in the room, which can be used to make breakfast.
If there is no grocery store near your resort or hotel, then you would have to hire taxi or use a rental car. In order to save money and eat like a local however, it is recommended that you use bus.
Many visitors in Cabo, who want to eat like the locals, stock up food for lunch and dinner as well. Ready to cook meat and vegetables are available in grocery shops. However, if you are not willing to go through that hassle every day, you may go to local restaurants for lunch or dinner every now and then.
Use Trappers List
Trappers List is an extremely useful website, helping visitors find the least expensive and popular local restaurants.
What to eat in restaurants
If you are willing to share your meal, El Pollo de Oro, Salvatores and Gordo Lele’s are affordable and popular outlets. If there are some leftovers, you should not hesitate to ask for the food to be packed. After the meal, you can have an ice cream or a beer on the marina. In order to eat like the locals, you should prefer water with the meals, instead of ordering drinks.