we had a delicious tortilla soup and ceviche for lunch, it was so good we went back a few days later.
This Mexican Restaurant serves delicious dishes with very fresh ingredients. The margaritas are small, but cheap and great tasting. The owner is VERY friendly, almost over kill, but well intentioned. I look forward to making this a regular place for us to visit. I was...More
This place is easy to love: fresh, authentic food (literally tastes like la abuelita is in the back making it especially for you); friendly, relaxed atmosphere; location off the beaten path but only a short walk from anywhere in PV's old town. Try it -...More
Very easy to miss. Good food, family-run. Inexpensive. A good place for a light snack or dinner. Margaritas are strong.
The first place we tried to go was closed, so we wandered into town looking for an alternative. Passed La Ronda but there was no-one inside and the lights and fans were off. Looked around for an alternative but decided to go back. As we...More
This restaurant is absolutely adorable. Obviously a father, son duo. The food was delicious, and fairly priced. Very fresh and everything made to order! Their drinks were great and again, the price was very fair. The service was wonderful, and hilarious. They were so kind...More
The cook was amazing. I had a seafood pasta with the best cream sauce ever. Spectacular roquefort salad dressing. Very reasonable prices.
This small family run restaurant is excellent. I went there for dinner with friends and we all enjoyed our meals very much. The service and hospitality are excellent. We all speak Spanish but English is spoken as well. The menu has an interesting assortment of...More
Just off the PV Malecon boardwalk,4 blocks. Small family restaurant who knows that seafood should only be fresh. Please take the time to find this hidden jem. Friendly people and good drinks.
We three middle aged Brits had been to PV three times before and were looking for our favourite cheap eats, Gilmar (where we had had buffet style lunches but never eaten evening dinner there) but could not find it. Whilst looking for Gilmar we found...More