On our second night in Puerto Vallarta we took the Mole, Pozole and More tour. We spent four hours of gastronomical heaven sampling everything from Enchilada’s with Mole (both dark and verde) to Shrimp Seviche with Avacado and Cucumber. When they say come hungry they mean it. While the dishes you’re served are “samplers” it all adds up. When we rounded the corner to the last stop of the evening the restaurant had closed for the night for the Mexican Independence Day holiday despite having assured them that they would indeed be open. As we were all full by the second stop our disappointment was curbed by our full stomachs. Memo made a quick call and Eric offered to take us back to the restaurant later in the week.
On Thursday we met Eric at the restaurant we’d missed and he treated us to a full sized version of the Pozole that we’d missed on first night along with an assortment of tacos and sopas a dessert tomalley and Atole. With any company there are always going to be things that go wrong. How the company deals with these problems to make it right for their customers says a lot about the company.
We had such a good time on this tour that we decided to go back the following week and take the Taco and More tour. Once again Memo was our guide and we were taken to some of the best street vendors in Puerto Vallarta, visited a tortilla factory, a carnitas factory and a local produce market then finished off the day with the best Marlin on a stick I’ve ever eaten.
Don’t get me wrong, the food is great but, for us the best thing about this tour was the knowledge of the food scene in Puerto Vallarta that Memo shared with us. If you’re a foodie and want to learn how to eat safe great food in Puerto Vallarta, this tour is a must!
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