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Melita about San Miguel, Mexico...
I grew up in San Miguel and I go back often. Torta Munda at Calle Umaran 29 in San Miguel de Allende is a jewel for visitors. It's a small place with seven tables run by a warm and charming couple Maria and Luis Chavez. Pick up a torta (sandwich with a variety of fillings made on the grill in front of you) to eat there or to take with you on your walk around town. Fresh drinks like tamarind are made daily. There's little chance of you getting sick from their food or drinks - lettuce and veggies are sanitized and only bottled water is used. Here's a chance to enjoy Mexican food without worries!

 

Tanya about Puerto Vallarta, Mexico...
I live in Florida and recently visited Puerto Vallarta, Mexico with a girlfriend. I have to say that Café de Olla was one of our greatest finds. I really enjoyed this place. Tucked away into a little cobblestone side street, we almost missed it! The atmosphere is relaxed, warm and friendly. You can order authentic 'huevos rancheros' with a tangy tomato sauce poured over sunny eggs, served on warm tortillas with a side of sweet fried plantains and fresh 'queso blanco'. The orange juice was fresh squeezed and they serve both regular brewed coffee and espresso. Regrettably, we didn't have time to come back to try their lunches. Too bad, because the grilled seafood platter looked delectable. The prices at Café de Olla were made for travelers on a budget, but it never, ever felt touristy. Address: Basilio Badillo #168-A Emiliano Zapata, Romantic Zone 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco

 

 

 

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