Puerto Vallarta Food Recommendations

Old Mar 2nd, 2004, 12:50 PM
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Puerto Vallarta Food Recommendations

Hello everyone,

Does anyone have any recommendations regarding certain dishes I should try while I'm in PV. Not necessarily any particular restaurant, but is PV known for any local specialties that are hard to find anywhere else.

Thanks in advance.
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Old Mar 3rd, 2004, 06:02 AM
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No local specialties, except maybe the 'pie de coco' on Yelapa beach.
The Red Cabbage Cafe serves some interesting traditional dishes.
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Not specific to PV but great around town - carne asada tacos from street stands; corn on the cob or in a cup, again from vendors; fresh orange, carrot or grapefruit juice; banana pancakes; grilled fish; fruit plates; shrimp cocktails; fresh muffins from strolling vendors on the local beach.
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The food is wonderful you can try anything it is always good. No matter where you go expensive or inexpensive the one thing is they have good food
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Try Planeto Vegetariano for a unique and cheap all you can eat lunch. I think it was about $5 US. It's on a hill near the church.
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Try the fresh salsa and anything even remotely related to seafood (fish, shrimp, squid, octopus, etc.)

Also try Molletas Mexicanos for breakfast at Las Palomas.
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