After a week first in Puerto Vallarta, had a hankering for something non Mexican so was recommended to this place by a friendly Starbucks manager who also happened to have studied cooking.
Located along the lovely Aquaduct on the top floor, the terrace overlooked the Aquaduct with overhead protection from direct sun which I can believe is appreciated if we arrived earlier. The staff was friendly and efficient seating us at our choice of tables. We were early so the restaurant was not busy which helped.
Ambiance was great with the view while the decor was zen calm.
My hometown has some good Asian cuisine (including Japanese, Cantonese, Szechewan, Thai, Malaysian, Korean, Taiwanese) so the bar is really high. My friends wanted the spring rolls, deep fried wonton and the deep fried prawns. All were presented well and not at all heavy or greasy. Tasty fillings for the two former while the latter were not overcooked.
For our mains, we had the bibimbap, pad thai, and a hearty soup with shrimp (camarones ) & glass noodles. While the bibimbap lacked Korean kimchi and the fried egg on top (using a spicy cucumber instead) it was flavourful and appreciated. The pad thai noodles were not as flat or long nor sweet as I'mentioned used to, the flavours were good . Finally the soup had good number of shrimps and noodles in a delicious broth.
While not totally true to my experience , I left very satisfied and highly recommend this for quality, presentation, ambiance & service.
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