Calypso Restaurant in Sayulita Mexico
Local Sayulita family cooking since 1972.
After an extensive remodel and a giant addition (including a HUGE palapa and complete state-of-the-art modern kitchen) to the longstanding Sayulita landmark, Sayulita’s Calypso now offers diners a fine array of local cuisine in an upscale white-linen dining environment. The staff and service at Calypso are top notch, and there is no better view in town when you want to watch what is going on in the plaza.
The dining room and giant bar aren’t the only new additions to Calypso; Ruben Rodriguez (executive chef) has returned to Sayulita and partnered with his brother Manuel on this exciting new restaurant venture. Ruben has spent the last 19 years in the Los Angeles, CA area as a career chef in fine-dining bistros and restaurants. Sayulitians (short and long-term) can now enjoy the delectable dishes prepared under Chef Ruben’s culinary excellence.
The beautifully polished wooden bar stretches over 20 feet in length and provides a fantastic “elbow rest” for anyone looking for a glass of beer, wine or their favorite cocktail in a local friendly Mexican environment. You might want to try one of Suave’s famous margaritas. Your eyes will be mesmerized by the giant three-dimensional painting/sculpture created by the notorious Ropi.
In addition to the giant palapa-covered dining area, the Rodriguez brothers have also created a play area for kids.
Some of the local dinner favorites include Fresh Catch with delicious fresh caught fish of the day, the mahi-mahi is delicious and cooked to perfection. Delicious, fresh salads, guacamole, salsa mexicana are also favorites; as well as pasta dishes, meat, chicken and seafood. Don't miss out on the vegetables and the mashed potatoes which are a big hit and delicious sides to accompany your meal.
Reservations are recommended and can be made though the contact information at the top of this page. See you soon at Calypso in Sayulita.
Special Note: All drinks and ice cubes in Calypso are served with purified water!