The owner, the chef, the waiter and the casher are 1 person, I used to go there because this man was inviting me to eat with him some pasta,glass of wine and a coffee, the quality of pasta and pizza are very low, if I…was a customer and he serve me that food, i wouldn’t pay at all because the drinks I drunk there was to help me to swallow without being choked. This man never had a restaurant before, he was doing a completely different job. 7 years im living here without have any contact with him, it seems to weird he call me and treating me as an old friend, last year, after few months he blocked my number and order the very good Brazilian woman in the kitchen to block my number on her cell as well, without a reason then I realized how fake was this man, he wanted to start a mezcal and tequila business with me. At the beginning i was believing him because I’m a good person and I think they are all good but is not like that, he wants to use me to get a loan with my name only with a friend of him, but when he realized that I won’t accept it, he just eliminate me and block my number, those kind of people make me feel like vomit, he was treat me as a family member because he knew that my family and my ex gf died one after the other, so i was a little sad and my mind was weak so he got the perfect moment to f…k me up, but he couldn’t do it, he managed to make me feel more sad and more happy because I learn to avoid this kind of people.More
I LOVE this little restaurant! The pasta is made fresh from the hands of the Italian owner! The pasta with truffles and porcinis – It’s incredible. I wanted to lick the plate. I might have when no one was looking! My husband – the meat…lover – adores the bolognese sauce and their meat rolls, it’s like Mama made them in Sicily! Aurealana, the co-owner with David, handles the front of the house and she is so loving and warm – it is like coming home. Don’t miss this little treasure!More
Best Italian food in PV we have ever had. Small restaurant but big on service. The owner had great suggestions and topped off the evening with amazing lemon chelo. We will definitely be back.
This tiny place in Marina Vallarta is one of the best Italian restaurants we have ever eaten at. We walked by it on Thanksgiving but weren’t interested in their turkey special for the day. A local patron said that the food was great and we…should try it during our visit. We did and it was indeed terrific. The Italian chef and his wife own the place and everything is fresh. The lasagna melted in my mouth and the tiramasu was heavenly. When we left, we promised the waitress/owner that we would return and we did a few days later. Every bit as good the second time. We told passers by, some of whom sat down and ordered and confirmed that they thought it was terrific too.More
This kitchen creates and delivers to the table-side the best, authentic, and truly delicious old-world Italian dishes like no others within Marina Vallarta. Staff and cooks are from Rome, true-blooded Romans who know the secrets behind the recipes of Romans and most other parts of…Italy. The flat pasta are all handmade and adds to the authentic nature of the dishes, adorned and dressed up in remarkable delicious accents and adders. The desserts of homemade tiramisu and fresh gelato are worthy of saving room for……. Enjoy it all I do……More
Food was delicious! Fish was seasoned well! Gnocchi was also quite wonderful, and the pasta was made in house! Owners are from Italy and despite the restaurant being empty, we were so glad we gave it a shot! With the pandemic and all, they get…little business but they definitely deserve a look if you’re craving a little pasta while in town!More
No customers,wander why ? Every time we drive by no customers never to enter a restaurant with no clients The salad we ordered was just some leaves with oil vinegar and salt and pepper The ravioli came to $1.25 for each piece in a white…sauce The white sauce consisted of flour and water salt and pepper no cheese Now I know why there’s no clients ever I don’t think the people the owners Know cooking restaurant Has to be one of the most one of the worst places I’ve eaten inMore
Late one night we stopped by La Cornucopia as they advertised gelato out front. Best gelato since we were in Sorrento. The owner was so nice, we came back another night for gelato with residents of PV. For our final night in PV we had…dinner there, a party of six. Wonderful meal. We had fresh made pasta, beautifully seasoned fish, Everything was perfect. It was like finding a small restaurant in Italy. Highly recommend this restaurant.More
The food here is excellent and the owners are very sweet. We loved it so much we went back for another dinner the Ravioli is to die for! Oh and great gelato as well.
Buonissimo Homemade pasta, fresh porchini mushrooms, pasta piselli (peas)or ceci (chick peas). Owners on premises an treat you with Italian hospitality and dote over you. Davide is proud of his cooking and makes fresh gelato. We tried the hazelnut gelato and it did not disappoint….It was excellent. We will probably go back before we leave to try some pasta with black truffles Davide said was flown in from Italy with those mushrooms. Also, Aureliana, the wife of Davide, brought our some bruschetta with no cheese or tomato but rather an assortment of peppers and it too was a pleasant surprise to us New Yorkers. Pizza margarita is not like in Napoli but this is Mexico. Topping it all off with some wine from Puglia and all in all it should be tried. Very nice people, who will do anything to please starting but not stopping with the food. Add an after dinner Limoncello and Ciao to a nice dinner of hard to find Italian food made and served lovingly.More
5 adults and 3 children went to dinner the other night. We were a big, slightly noisy group, and we were treated wonderfully. The staff was friendly and very patient. The service was great, and the pizza was fabulous, with a perfectly done crust and…wonderful toppings. We’ll be going back before we leave.More
Its a Scam! The food is a little less than average, but it is filled with SECRET charges that will surprise you only when the check arrives, like 3 dollars for putting some parmigian cheese on the top of your pasta! Or 3 dollars for…choosing fresh pasta, and some other disguisting details from the owner, like offering ice cream to my children in my back (obviously at full retail price). Please enter at your own risk if you want to pay 25 dollars without wine per person, for a very simple pasta in a ugly place with the lights turned off and a insufficient air conditioning.More
We had a great meal at La Cornucopia located just inside the entrance to the marina in Puerto Vallarta. The pasta is made right there and it is delicious. A fantastic family run business where Aureliana looked after us with not only great food and…service, but with advice and concern as one our family members was experiencing a bad tummy during our visit. Highly recommended.More
Great Italian food, homemade pasta and perfectly seasoned meals. Good wine and a homey atmosphere. Family run business.
The food is delicious, the place cozy and pretty, the prices fair and Aureliana’s warmth and service makes your experience just perfect. Special mention to the TiraMisu ice cream:)