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Talented chef creates world-class cuisine at Go Bistro

If leading international food critics such as Michelin were to start looking at restaurants in Ajijic, Go Bistro would receive high marks. 

Owner/operator and classically trained Cordon Bleu chef Peter (Pedro) Palmer has evolved into a successful restaurateur over the years in Toronto and elsewhere. He calls his cuisine “world fusion” – reflecting his passion to travel the globe extensively and take cooking courses wherever he goes.

Palmer was born in Cuernavaca to a Scottish father and a Mexican mother, and lived there for five years before moving to Toronto with his family. There, he studied under Chef Jacque Marie and owned five restaurants over 25 years. He moved to Ajijic with his (late) wife 11 years ago. 

Go Bistro is located in the Ajijic home where Palmer and his wife lived. He had a dream one day that this house of his would be a restaurant … and the rest is history. This cozy eatery has three fireplaces and four areas to dine in: a library, terrace, garden and lounge. The outdoor spaces offer great mountain views.

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