Bienvenido, loyal reader. Please join Bruce and Mary as they delve into the vast Puerto Vallarta Hospitality scene for the first time in quite a while. Provecho!
Our beers come, along with complimentary chips and salsa. On the right is a tasty pico de gallo and on the leftÂ is Salsa Grill’s signature salsa. It isÂ smokey and substantial and… muy, muyÂ picante, I love it!
And here are our nachos, we’d upgraded from plain to chicken for an extra 20P. Mary says this is how nachos should be done, with the toppings and cheese on each chip,Â which is aÂ much more efficient delivery of tastiness-per-bite. This is anÂ important equation, especially when the temps are high and the beers are cold.
We’re back again! What we are discovering about Salsa Grill is… not only is the food great but the ambience is so cool.Â Much like the ill-fated Restaurante Cuhautes, it is the type of cozy joint whereÂ you can easily spend an entire afternoon, sipping beers, noshing food and watching the people passing by.
This tortilla soup has little nuggets of avocado throughout, along with very tastyÂ guajillo chili. Mary claims, without a doubt, and without any hyperbole, that this is the best Sopa de Tortilla she has ever had, and that is high praise from the reigning soup queen!
Yeah, that’s what I’m talking about! The Beef Kabob is done a perfect medium rare with a savoryÂ peppercornÂ note that contrasts beautifully with the sweet bell peppers. And who doesn’t love cheesy baked potatoes?!
Following are pix of their menu:
Thanks for visiting, gentle reader. Bruce and Mary are always searching for new adventures on the PV hospitality scene so readers, please share. Hasta proximo Domingo!