Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

1 Aug
2008

El Coleguita 2 Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, August 1st, 2008

El Coleguita 2 Exterior

El Coleguita 2 is a popular seafood restaurant for the locals, in the Marina Vallarta area. It is located in the boat marina for Puerto Vallarta. An english version of the menu is available. The place was consistenly packed, while most other restaurants had only a couple tables occupied. Read the rest of this entry »

30 Jul
2008

Marisco 8 Tostada Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 30th, 2008

Marisco 8 Tostada Exterior

Marisco 8 Tostada is a popular seafood restaurant for the locals, in the Marina Vallarta area. It is located around the corner from the boat marina for Puerto Vallarta.  The place was consistenly packed, while most other restaurants had only a couple tables occupied. They serve lots of seafood with a minimal amount of cooking. Read the rest of this entry »

18 Jul
2008

Daiquiri Dicks Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 18th, 2008

Daiquiri Dicks Puerto Vallarta 8

Daiquiri Dicks is a popular beach front restaurant serving a variety of cuisine.
It is located in the heart of the city and is highly recommended by the Fodor’s Guide. An English version of the menu is available. Read the rest of this entry »

18 Jul
2008

Restaurante Peking Restaurant Review Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 18th, 2008

Restaurante Beijing Puerto Vallarta Exterior

Restaurante Peking is one of the few Chinese/Asian restaurants that actually has a Chinese person as chef. It is frequent mostly by locals. They serve Northern Chinese style dishes. Read the rest of this entry »

15 Jul
2008

Archie’s Wok Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 15th, 2008

Archies Wok Puerto Vallarta Exterior

Archie’s Wok is one of the few Asian restaurants in Puerto Vallarta. It is located in the Romantic zone, half a block from the beach. They have Chinese, Thai, Filipino style dishes infused with local accents. English translations of the menu are available. The late Archie was the chef to John Houston at his hideaway for many years. Archie’s wife and family continue his legacy today. Read the rest of this entry »

15 Jul
2008

El Arrayan Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 15th, 2008

El Arrayan Puerto Vallarta 1

El Arrayan has been named Best Mexican In Vallarta for 3 years in a row by Frommer’s and is a Fodor’s Pick. It is located in the heart of the city a couple blocks from the main drag. English translations of the menu are available.
We stopped by for a quick snack.  The paintings on the walls look great. Read the rest of this entry »

10 Jul
2008

Trio Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 10th, 2008

Trio Puerto Vallarta 24

Trio is a Mediterranean restaurant run by 2 chef owners from Europe. It is located in the heart of the city and is highly recommended by the Fodor’s Guide. They have a small back patio and roof top dining if weather allows. Trio also stays open late. An english version of the menu is available.

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9 Jul
2008

La Palapa Restaurant Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 9th, 2008

La Palapa Puerto Vallarta Inside

La Palapa is a popular beach front restaurant serving a variety of continental cuisine. It is located in the heart of the romantic zone and is recommended by the Fodor’s Guide with a star. An English version of the menu is available.  This is definitely a more expensive touristy restaurant.  You’ll see vendors walking the beach trying to sell you stuff. Read the rest of this entry »

9 Jul
2008

Cafe de Olla Restaurat Review, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 9th, 2008

Cafe de Olla Puerto Vallarta 16

Cafe de Olla serves reasonably priced Mexican fare in Puerto Vallarta.
It is located in the central district, a couple blocks from the beach and is a busy place that does not take reservations. Read the rest of this entry »