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by William E Auld
V2A 8L8, British Columbia
March 12, 2011
June 12, 2006
The menu, if the name doesn't give it away or any of the propaganda didn't clue you in, is primarily about shrimp. They have several preparations and you can buy your shrimp by the kilo. The coconut shrimp was very, very good as was the guacamole, which they make table side on a per-order basis. The shrimp tacos were also very tasty and all the food was quite filling.
On the down side of things was the cost. As with a lot of places north of the Rio Cuale, we found prices to be very much the same as we'd pay back home for things. That was really the only catching point for this restaurant as well. Food = good. Price = not as good, me thinks.
From journal Puerto Vallarta 2006
April 5, 2006
From journal Puerto Vallarta
by John Mills
Mexico City , Mexico
March 13, 2004
From journal December at Grand Velas All Suites & Spa Resort
February 28, 2004
From journal Puerto Vallarta with my friends
by We love Puerto Vallarta!
January 1, 2004
From journal Our Puerto Vallarta Reviews (7 trips)
by alan & brenda
March 10, 2003
There are several items on the menu but by far the best part was the SHRIMP. They sell it by 1/4, 1/2, or a full kilos (2.2lbs). They pan-fry it, bread it, toast it, flambe it with tequila, grill it, you name it. I had the toasted coconut shrimp and tried the garlic butter shrimp and they were incredible. They offer medium and jumbo shrimp and I recommend the medium shrimp--it just seems like you get more to enjoy.
We had the salad and breadsticks/buns and ordered 1/4 kilo of medium shrimp each and it was an effort to finish it--but finish it we did. It was too good to waste.
The food was superb and definitely well-prepared. The host brought us a kahlua and cream drink to finish the meal and this topped off the dining experience superbly.
From journal Puerto Vallarta Escape