A top choice Italian restaurant.
Italian cuisine [tre piatti in Italian mean 3 plates] offers 3 choices from a 3-course menu under the watchful eyes of chefs/owners Chanan and Natalie Aguirre. Pastas, breads and desserts are housemade. Their menu changes biweekly. Musts in our opinion are the airy raviolis and agnolottis stuffed a variety of ways and the fresh mussels flown-in from Baja. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to find— burrata cheese with figs, calamari, fettuccine Bolognese, cannelloni, chicken Marsala, osso buco, or seared tuna on polenta. Natalie’s desserts like blueberry or raspberry tarts and chocolate cakes are superb. Dining area highlighted by two, illuminated mango trees, each approximately 120 years old. Many consider this restaurant offers the best Italian cuisine in the area.
Puerto Vallarta and Bahía de Banderas (Banderas Bay) are a foodie’s feasting grounds with hundreds of restaurants including: establishments within hotels; independently operated; cenadurías (modest family-owned establishments) and comida corridas (simple places with fixed price menus); and taquerías (taco stands). Gaypv.com uses Puerto Vallarta Restaurant Guide Beck’s Best ©2016 A Guide for Food Lovers by Gary Beck as the basis for these condensed descriptions which we have limited to some of the independently operated restaurants. Our listing will help you get started. You can search by cuisine, area, or name. We’ve detailed about 100 restaurants in some of the more accessible tourist areas.
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