Teams of engaging waiters, all family members, squeeze past the trio that croons romantic tunes throughout the day to refill beer glasses, remove empty plates, and deliver fresh tostadas and hot, crusty garlic bread. But don't fill up on non-essentials, as the casseroles—with crab, clams, fish, shrimp, or mixed seafood—are so delicious you won't want to waste even one bite. We particularly recommend the cream-based casseroles. Enjoy a complimentary margarita with dinner
or a free digestif later on. Cueto's is a few blocks behind the Unidad Deportivo complex of soccer fields and baseball diamonds.
Calle Brasilia 469, Puerto Vallarta, 48350, Mexico
Dec 28, 2006
This restaurant is on a very quiet street near the soccer field. It isn't showy or flamboyant like tourist traps; it is truly Mexican, owned by a wonderful family, and they go out of their way to make you feel at home. Order the shrimp fajitas and a Red Sky (a special beer drink).
Apr 11, 2006
This local favorite is off the beaten path but well worth the trip. Atmosphere is nothings special - nothing romantic about it for sure but the locals all beat a path there for the freshest seafood at reasonable prices.