About Abraham M
Lives in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Since Nov 2012
25-34 year old male
I live in the extraordinary city of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco where I enjoy my family, hanging out with Friends and sharing with visitors information about my beautiful town, my culture and the amazing environment that sorrounds us.
Beloved by both locals and visitors, Fredy's Tucan is a perfect place to have breakfast. The crepes, waffles, and pancakes are all good options, but what I love most are the hearty omelets and tasty hash browns. Whatever you choose, though, this friendly spot, on one of the most picturesque streets of 'Zona Romantica,' is a perfect place to start the day.
Perched on a cliff overlooking Banderas Bay, Le Kilff serves up international fare that is as exquisite as the views. Creative flavor combinations include artichoke risotto with beef tenderloin, seafood gazpacho, and tuna with three-cheese sauce.
The River Cafe is named for its riverside location on Rio Cuale Island, between downtown and Old Town. With a menu featuring the likes of Nutella French Toast Rolls and Spinach Grilled Cheese, it's not surprise that breakfast is a popular meal here. But then evening brings a romantic atmosphere and morsels like Peruvian Ceviche, Lamb Lasagna, and Grilled Spiny Lobster... Hey, you may just have to come twice!
If you want to eat as a local, then you must visit Mariscos el Coleguita. Make sure to go very hungry, as you'll receive an appetizer the moment you arrive, and the portions here are not in the least small. Here, you'll feel like a local, eat like a local, and listen to Mexican music while you enjoy your meal.
It can be hard for vegetarians (and harder for vegans) to find options in Mexico, but Planeta Vegetariano does veggies up right. Offering a daily changing buffet of colorful, flavorful, and inventive (think banana lasagna or pineapple-glazed shish kebabs) dishes, this small but charming place will show even the most avid carnivores that vegetables are not boring at all.
If you are a seafood lover, don't miss this restaurant. Known for its traditional Mexican seafood, Ocho Tostadas provides yet another opportunity to experience food as a local would. Like many seafood restaurants in Vallarta, Ocho Tostadas serves 'cazuelas,' a traditional seafood soup.
With a name like Memo's Pancake House, it's no surprise that this spot is popular in the breakfast department. In addition to various different types of pancakes and waffles, Memo's serves up breakfast favorites like machaca (shredded beef) burritos and chilaquiles. It's often packed with visitors and local families, making for a lively, fun atmosphere.