Beyond dining, a meal at Cocina de Autor transforms into a culinary experience for all the senses. Step into the imagination of Chef Nahúm Velasco as he goes beyond interpreting Mexican and Caribbean classics. Every dish is a playful and creative take on tradition that infuses the freshest ingredients with imaginative twists. Enjoy an uninhibited gastronomic adventure that mirrors the excitement of life.
"Cooking with thoughts, eating with feelings." Experience a sensorial, playful and creative experience when you dine at Cocina de Autor. Chef Velasco has crafted exceptional Mexican and Caribbean cuisine that is more than simply a reinterpretation of classic dishes. His creative menu takes you on a journey that demonstrates the purity and essence of new and familiar flavors. This is a relaxed culinary adventure that reflects the culture and essence of life.
LocationGrand Class Ambiance
Age GroupMinimum age 12 years. Youths ages 12 and over welcome at seatings up to 6:30 p.m. Beginning at 7:00 p.m., guests must be age 16 and over.
Hours6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Seasonally
AttireElegant-Casual (collared shirt, trousers and closed footwear for men; dresses, skirts, or evening trousers for women; beach sandals, tank tops and shorts are not permitted).
The distinctive menu takes you on an incomparable culinary journey. Enjoy playful dishes like Foie on the Crop, an intriguing mix of foie gras, corn and green tomato or Rocky Fish, the fresh catch-of-the-day accompanied by seaweed, truffle and black olives. Create sweet endings with decadent Sotolone, an eclectic offering of sherry, fenugreek and coconut or Seaweed, Honey & Berries. Bon appétit.
Originally from Mexico City, cuisine always occupied a special place in his heart; since he was a child. All important events took place in the kitchen of his home, which is why, at the age of 17, he decided to try his luck in the restaurant Mexico Lindo and Que Rico. There he discovered that he would be a cook, and he later formalized his training at the Ambrosia Culinary Center. This was his gateway to Spain, where he served in the kitchens of La Taberna del Alabardero and Adoc in Madrid.