- This sister restaurant of Trío receives the same attentive care of chefs/owners Bernhard Güth and Ulf Henriksson having been the recipient of the prestigious 5* Diamond Award from American Academy of Hospitality Sciences award in 2012, a few years after the bistro opened in 2005. Their casual, Art Deco bay front eatery with outside dining under an awning and inside (a/c) tables and banquettes reminds you of the Riviera. For breakfast, lunch and/or brunch there are a myriad of choices— crêpes with shredded chicken and salsa verde; homemade brioche French toast; choco-chip pancakes; chorizo omelet; smoked salmon with brioche; and portobello frittata. There are molletes, sopes, bruschetta, seafood enchiladas or burrito, ceviche tostadas, and sandwiches (turkey, Black Forest ham or vegetarian). Good soups (onion soup au gratin and gazpacho) and salads (Bistro, Greek or arugula) are great on their own or to start your dinner.There’s something for everyone on their evening menu— chicken croquettes with fontina; turkey ham or spinach quiche; and mussel stew. Several entrées are offered with half-servings. Travel the world with their changing menu: pumpkin-seed crusted shrimp tempura; lamb osso bucco; Italian cazuela; Thai seafood; huitlacoche and goat cheese stuffed salmon poblano; and filet mignon chipotle. Maybe when you visit, there will be duck cannelloni; penne Bolognese; sweet potato ravioli with pulled pork; linguine with mushroom pasilla; or seafood fettuccine. Desserts also rotate— perhaps there’sCoupe Gotland (vanilla ice cream with strawberries and caramel); Coupe St. Tropez (poached pear and Italian-style sorbets as mango, lime mint and forest fruits); or caramelized bread pudding. Great place for people-watching and sunsets. Live music some nights. Courtesy parking. Pet friendly.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. For a comprehensive, more inclusive guide to the Bay food wise = food-wise, please purchase Beck’s Best on Amazon. Also, join one of Gary’s free Facebook groups for more real-time info: https://www.facebook.com/
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