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All reviews coconut shrimp steak arrachera pasta garlic bread fajitas one night both nights off season excellent food and service friendly owner great guy cute place fresh veggies wrapped in bacon ate there twice passion fruit margaritas
It was US Thanksgiving for us and Ray's was open and he was very charming. The food was excellent. The drinks were all awesome. We had read reviews and we agree with all of the positive ones.You really should try Ray's when in Yelapa.
This was our fourth visit to Yelapa. We try to stay for at least two weeks. After a few days and a few trips to Ray’s some of the longterm visitors, locals of a sort, start to recognize and talk to you. My husband is...More
Ray's aims to please - for my birthday (which I celebrated in Yelapa), they made me a beautiful flan that was the best I have ever had! Both nights that I ate at Ray's during my off-season trip to Yelapa, I had fabulous meals (fish...More
After enjoying the Blue Coast Shrimp (shrimp the size of a chicken drumstick, stuffed with goat cheese and wrapped in bacon) ask Ray for a shot of Raicilla. He's had it tucked away for 7 months with passion fruit soaking in it. The hint of...More
We had the greatest meal with Ray. I had a steak that was so tender, and it was stuffed with basil and goat cheese. Heavenly. The guys all had the Blue Coast Shrimp, I think it was called. Wow.
Really a great place.
Ate here twice on my visit to Yelapa. Food is delicious! Had shrimp both nights, and the dishes came with rice, vegetables and garlic bread. A lot of food too! Ray is friendly and speaks perfect English. Margs are good too. You must try this...More
Ray's was special. This was actually the best meal that I had in Yelpa and frankly, of the entire trip which had 4 nights in Puerto Vallarta. The service and conversation was in addition to the great food.
There are no cabs in Yelapa, no cars period. To get there from PV it's a 45 minute boat ride from Los Mortas Pier in Old Town or 30 minutes from the pier in Boca di Tomatalan. Yelapa is a fishing village south along the Bay... More
There are no cabs in Yelapa, no cars period. To get there from PV it's a 45 minute boat ride from Los Mortas Pier in Old Town or 30 minutes from the pier in Boca di Tomatalan. Yelapa is a fishing village south along the Bay of Banderas. Rays and all the better restaurants are only open in the evening and there is no boat service at night