My significant other and I have been in Cabo San Lucas for about a week (we're toward the end of our stay), and have eaten here a few times (being vegan, our options were slightly limited, but this place is *just* that good).
Love the atmosphere and the fact that it's open-air. Seating is basically right next to an herb garden, and I find the plant-inspired decorating theme to be very relaxing. It's far enough off the Marina and away from the street markets that it's quieter - very nice to be able to have a conversation. Owners and staff seem to have a very nice and eclectic range of musical tastes that are a nice change of pace from the dance beats and pop/rock of the Marina and popular clubbing areas.
Even though the atmosphere appears to be very casual, the presentation of their food is not - there's a bit of art and a lot of care put into the construction of every plate. Everything here is fresh, and their staff don't seem to be afraid to experiment with different flavor combinations. I don't know if they make their own tortilla chips, but they might be the best I've ever had, along with their house salsa, which seems to rotate daily.
We've tried the Tacos Mako, Big Mako burger, Hawaiian burger, and a couple of their tortas (forgive me, but the names fail me just now) - one was a savory mushroom pastor, and the other seemed to be a mushroom pastor with pineapple or similar, served up with avo, fresh greens and tomatoes, and this awesome pepper/chili oil (on the side, for those that don't like a bit of heat; I found it to be mild/medium-ish, and very tasty).
Many of their desserts are plant-based/vegan; there was a coconut milk-based rice pudding with star anise and other spices, garnished with candied fruit, raspberries and mint, that was really good; I highly recommend trying it, if you decide to eat here. Rice pudding is something I haven't been able to find or replicate in my nine years as a vegan, and I have missed it; flavor- and texture-wise, this particular rendition of that dessert checks all the right boxes. Virtually everything on the menu can be made vegan, if you're plant-based like us.
Even if you're just a "plant-curious carnivore" type, you should probably check this place out, if you're in Cabo San Lucas - it is well worth it, and the flavors and textures of the food may pleasantly surprise you.