Alfredo and the rest of the staff at Sabores Mexico did an excellent job. Muy Bien. The black bean soup was marvelous and the stall and shrimp skewers we cooked to perfection. Can’t say enough about the experience.
We stopped in during the Thursday evening Marina market. We asked our servers advice on everything from beer to meals, everything was spot on! A new favourite beer if ours is Indio and all 4 of us enjoyed our meals 2 of which came at…our servers recommendation as well. It seemed to be a real authentic Mexican experience.More
This is a very busy restaurant along the boardwalk at the marina.. Beautiful view and close to all amenities. When we arrived we were greeted with tequila shooters. We ordered a platter for 2. So much food could have served 4 adults. Beef, chicken, fish,…vegetables, sausages and much much more. Unlimited beer or a bottle of wine included in your meal All this for approximately 30 Canadian dollars. Delicious and attractively served.More
We passed this place several times but then one day decided to go in and glad we did……everyone super friendly and everyone spoke English….I had the shrimp plate which was awesome now we have been back several times since we live right behind it……
We ate dinner here last night and the food was great. We were looking for some simple seafood, (my wife was craving shrimp) and they had a shrimp special going on. The staff was wonderful and very accommodating. The owner was super friendly. And of…course the shrimp was excellent. My wife had fried and I had it grilled in butter and garlic. Muy delicioso! On a side note, they had a couple of TV’s showing a classic video channel that was playing videos from the 80’s and 90’s, hilarious and entertaining.More
My wife and I ate here recently and had the special that served 2 people. It included bbq’d chicken and ribs, garlic and coconut shrimp, steak and grilled chicken, a seafood dip, salad and all the beer you could drink. The food was delicious and…was more then the two of us could eat. The waitress was very nice and we had a good time with her. There were some other couples that came in while we were there and appeared to be repeat customers (they waitress knew them by name). Its located in the Marina Vallarta so you have the view over the marina as you eat.More
Excellent food at an affordable price. We have dined at this new restaurant on the Marina twice in the past week. Breakfast was excellent especially the chicken tinga. Dinner was a selection of grilled meats and shrimp with a delicious shrimp sauce. You will not…leave this restaurant hungry – abundant servings. Service was prompt and courteous. Try it you will like it!More
I am an American currently living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and have been here in this city on and off for the last two years. I have always lived in the same neighborhood (Colonia Versailles) and on my way in and around the city I…have stopped at many different restaurants (dozens and dozens) over these past two years. This is the first restaurant I have taken the time to go to trip advisor and write a review for, though such a time commitment has been in my attention for quite some time. I have been spying the name of this restaurant from a distance every time I pass it by but today on my way back from picking up my perfectly folded laundry from the lavenderia around the corner, famished from a long day in the office, I decided to see if I could afford something delicious with the $100 pesos extra I had in my pocket for a quick bite to eat. Would you like some Tag Words? “Organic, Vegitarian, Well Prepared Mexican Cuisine” Immediately upon being received I was greeted by a wonderful hostess and I can only assume a manager as I didn’t ask for her title. She explained everything on the menu with perfect clarity and though she did not speak much if any English, I was able to understand her quite well. My spoken and written Spanish is only mediocre at best. I decided to try the vegetarian Croquet’s but stopped myself at 1 Plato Fuerte (strong plate.) My generous host, knowing I only had approximately $100 pesos to spend (15:1 exchange for USD currently) she didn’t hesitate to up-sell and offered a combination lunch with fresh mango juice, tortillas and a house special soup. I eat very, very slowly and often don’t speak if I am truly enjoying my food. The food was so good I actually exclaimed out-loud, though hushed under my breath, how delicious and rich all of the food tasted. Once the soup had cooled and I was well into my salad, vegetarian croquet’s & rice, I could only think of finishing my plate. The atmosphere by the entrance was light and the though there were many tables, not every one of them was occupied. It is a Thursday in the late afternoon after all, I must have been lucky to find such an open seat near the front of the restaurant. As a man who eats meat and vegetarian and vegan dishes, this restaurant had something for each of the flavors of protein I could want depending on my current temperament. The salsa de aguacate (avocado salsa) was the best I’ve had in this city. The pitcher of mango juice I was gifted may or may not have been standard but I suspect my familiarity with the customs, the culture and my happiness of freshly laundered and folded clothes, towels and bedsheets (a whopping $104 pesos from around the corner) the matron may have recognized the enthusiasm I entered her restaurant with. I left all $100 pesos behind even tho I could have collected one of the heavy $10 peso coins and some change I love to collect so much. I truly hope to bring some of my friends here some day to enjoy the food, with conversation and the perfectly full sensation I left with despite all of the food remaining on the table. There was quite a bit and I am a large 6’ft tall man in my 30’s capable of eating well beyond what my body can comfortably digest at a time. I pushed it this afternoon! That being said, if you’re even a little bit hungry and you love the taste of fine mexican cuisine, I recommend stopping by Con Sabor A Mexico on Calle Liverpool, just one block behind HSBC bank on Fransico Villa Blvd (the main drag from the airport to the Malecon.) Take a left on Francia and a Right on the next street (Liverpool) and you’ll find this restaurant on your left with adequate parking in every direction (typically) if you don’t mind walking a block or two. Lucky for me, this gem is only a few blocks from my apartment. If you’re going by taxi from the airport directly 😉 it will cost you more to travel there then to eat by a long shot, depending on how many guests you bring and how little you ate on the flight down. Enjoy if you go, you can thank me later and if you don’t like it, leave me a comment and let me know what you tried, I’ve only eaten here just this once – so far.More
Tried this restaurant which I have driven by for years. It is on the second floor and is nicely furnished. There is air conditioning. I had chilli rellenos con queso. It was okay but kind of bland. My friend had chicken enchiladas which again were…bland. I think they are catering to gringo tastes. The service was good and waiter friendly. Just thought it was a little above average.More
A great restaurant in Puerto Vallarta. I have been here with my family and everybody have had a good time. We have tried all the specialities of Mexico and everything was really great and … hot 😉 One place to try!!!