Serving Mexican and Latin fusion Cuisine

We stopped by Gomez’s for lunch and were served outdoors on the patio on a delightful summer day in the Town of Mammoth Lakes.  Here is a re-cap of the lunch:

Tortilla chips, med thickness, not super thin, slightly salty, good corn flavor

Salsa, med spicy, obviously homemade, chunky, tangy, tomatoes, purple onion, cilantro, garlic, tasty, real good

Patron Anejo margarita on the rocks, tangy zesty and extra smooth

Mammoth Brewing Co. Seasonal draft, pale ale double post pile, really not so pale but a nice med amber with beautiful frothy head, textbook Mammoth brewing company flavor, upfront hops, nicer firm tart backend

Baja ceviche with diced bass, tomatoes, red & yellow bell peppers, cilantro, onions, corn.

Very fresh tasting and flavorful!  Won the show because it is not easy to find good ceviche unless you are actually in Baja!

Lime coconut shrimp, very tasty with two dips: one was sweet & sour with a little punch at the end; the other was a mildly sweet peach & mango dip

Garlic shrimp were very large shrimp sautéed in garlic, butter, tomatoes, cilantro, very mild but flavorful, with Mexican rice, black beans.  If you are in favor of mild Mexican food then this is your dish


A side order of incredibly smooth and rich guacamole, homemade

Over 400 tequilas in stock at the bar

Located at The Village Plaza next to the Gondola
100 Canyon Blvd #225 Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
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Written by Dennis & Montre’ Mattinson