Typical food snacks at Puerto Vallarta''s Malecon

Typical food snacks at Puerto Vallarta''s Malecon

October 8 2011

While walking along the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta you will be able to experience one of the main and most popular attractions in our destination: Typical Mexican street food from traditional snacks to fruits and desserts.

Around here visitors feel what Puerto Vallarta really is, you will be amazed by the mix of colors, smells, tastes and textures totally different to what you are used to back home. In these food stands you will get familiar with Mexican folklore, very sought after by many tourists.

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\r\n There are many varieties of food for all tastes; some of the most popular are grilled corn on the cob, esquites, fresh corn cut off the cob, both with toppings to choose from like mayonnaise, butter, chili powder, Mexican cheese and lime, sausages and chips among many others. If you prefer sweeter things you can enjoy fried bananas with jam or condensed milk, as well as delicious crepes with a variety of fillings to choose from, and the traditional strawberries and cream.

Whole families gather in this place to try some of these snacks while walking along the Malecon, a great way to experience local traditions by watching the many local families having fun together in this popular sight.

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