One of Sayulita's pioneer restaurants has really gotten spiffy, adding tile mosaic accents and generally beautifying its terrace restaurant. The Wi-Fi doesn't hurt, either. BLTs and burgers, omelets and bagels, chicken with rice, and chai tea are some of what you'll find here. They also have a good selection of vegetarian dishes. Service isn't fast, in keeping with laid-back Sayulita's surfer attitude. This perennial favorite catercorner from the main square is almost
always full of people eating and loafing; there's a kids' menu for the truly young. It closes at 6 pm (2 pm on Sunday).
Calle Revolución at Calle Delfín, , on plaza, Sayulita, 63732, Mexico
Jul 7, 2009
I and my family eat at Choco Banana every time we visit Sayulita, I suppose I must have been there a dozen times. It is run by an expatriate English woman. The prices, for what you get, are very very reasonable and I have never had cause to complain. Quite the opposite in fact. I'd describe the menu as a hybrid between the best of British - including proper tea - and the best of local Mexican. Fresh fruit juices and smoothies. Ingredients fresh
and tasty. Wholehearted recommendation from me.