March 12, 2019
If you’re a foodie traveler, or you’re fond with the good gastronomic experiences, you must know with the several options Puerto Vallarta offers to enjoy a great meal or, a dinner at excellent restaurants of recognized chefs.
Your senses will reach the sky with Nacho Cadena, a culinary expert who has dedicated in creating the concepts of several hotel restaurants and specialty places in Puerto Vallarta, such as the French restaurant La Petite, or La Leche with its striking avant-garde design.
Another young gastronomic artist is Joel Ornelas from Tintoque restaurant. Borned in Puerto Vallarta, this chef has collaborated in Michelin awarded restaurants, and nowadays he owns it place where he creates magic through spectacular dishes based on fresh and selected ingredients from local suppliers.
Raúl Altamirano, another Vallarta’n talent, has collaborated with the kitchens of recognized hotels, and today is the chef at Gaviotas Restaurant located at the Sheraton Buganvilias Hotel. In addition, he has been nominated as Best Revelation Chef by the Food and Travel Reader Awards, and has participated at the Vallarta-Nayarit Gastronomic Festival together with the best chefs worldwide.
But we can’t leave aside Thierry Blouet from Café des Artistes, Memo Wulff from Barrio Bistro, Leopoldo Cortés and Christian Paul Frías O’Connor, both of them at Grand Fiesta Americana, must places you need to know to live a celestial gastronomic experience.
You must not forget that, besides the excellent gastronomic offer Puerto Vallarta has, the destination has a wide variety of urban delicatessen, as well as fun and entertainment activities such as: water sports, night clubs, paradisiac beaches, zip lines, boat, kayak, bike or horseback rides, mountain hiking, and other attractions like the Seaside Boardwalk and Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish.
All of these, and much more, waits for you at Puerto Vallarta. You’re still on time to plan this desired trip. Eating and traveling, small pleasures we should all enjoy. We’ll wait for you!
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