Haz que hoy sea especial cenando en Los Alcatraces de Vallarta. Situado en Jesus Rodriguez Barba 116 | Fracc. Fluvial Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta 48328, Mexico, estamos abiertos y deseando satisfacer tu paladar. Nuestra valoración de 4 y las opiniones de 191 dan fe de la calidad y el cuidado que ponemos en cada plato.
We had breakfast here on high recommendation by a friend, and were happy to try it out. We had Jocoque and Machaca Burritos resp. Chilaquiles Rojos with Eggs Over Easy. The portions were large and tasty, and the service attentive, but he coffee was not as aromatic as coffee afficionados from Portland would prefer.
This place appeared to be very elegant, with a very good Mexican ambiance. If you get there late morning on a weekend, it gets super busy, as this place is very popular. The waiters are very courteous and will attempt to talk to you in English. The food is super delicious! I can't seem to pin point a bad one, and their Mexican coffee was the bomb!!!! We actually came here 2or3 times in a week of vacation as the food was good. I love it.
Very nice - CASH ONLY - place. Fish/shrimp were my favorites. Cold shrimp, squid, octopus and veggie soup was great with the hot and humid days. Nice views and service are also a plus!
The ambiance of the restaurant was colorful and tropical wth indoor and outdoor seating. The food was authentic and slighly more unique than your typical fare in Mexico. A strong and fun Mariachi band circulates. The atmosphere was romantic and fun as well.
We had walked around the Marina a few times before stopping here at Los Alcatraces after seeing the place pretty much packed out each pass by. Not impressed...at all. The only reason I gave two out of five truly was the location was perfect. Maybe we are spoiled with having authentic food in our lives, I don't know. But first...the beverages. We ordered three lemonades and a water. The 'lemonades' came and I had to ask again for my water. Why did I quote mark 'lemonade' you ask? Because it was maybe Sprite with lemon squeezed in. Now, let me state, we have eaten, at this point, at several other restaurants on the Marina. Everywhere else had real lemonade...real. Also, they were much more attentive...in every way. Back to the food. Two of us ordered chicken enchiladas w/red sauce. One ordered the chicken quesadillas. The enchiladas said they came with rice and beans. I have never had watery refried beans before, but I can now check that one off the ol' bucket list. And I promise, it was not high on my list...Next, the red sauce. This was nowhere near any enchilada sauce I have EVER had before. It tasted like pasta sauce...and my wife actually commented that it (the enchilada) tasted like lasagna after trying it. It also was watery and as such combined with the water beans...I mean refried beans. The quesadillas were very plain. While the food wasn't necessarily 'bad'...it definitely is NOT where you want to go if you want Mexican. The service was barely anything to write about. Apparently they were closing soon, and it was evident in how they took care of us, or lacked taking care of us. While we weren't treated badly, we were very aware of the 'rush' to get us out of there. Also, we have experienced amazing service and exceeded expectations in presentation and amounts of food prior to this experience and so we have had a level of experience already established that Los Alcatrace never came close to. This is just our experience, but if you have gotten this far, it would be a much better choice to head elsewhere.
Stopped in for Breakfast and had fantastic service and wonderful food. The waiter was accommodating to my daughter who wanted a lunch item rather than breakfast. The view of the marina and the people watching make it even better.
This place is easy to like: it is a good place for kids to play while waiting for meals. The wait staff are very welcoming and attentive and the food is very good.As an aside, they also can wash your car as you eat - for a very reasonable price.
We visit Los Alcatraces on the Marina every year we are in PV. We have always enjoyed the food and last evening was no exception.We tried both a chicken breast stuffed with goat cheese and spinach and shrimp fajitas. Both were delicious. The fajitas are not served on a sizzling pan but this did not take away from the flavours.Will return again next year.
Pedí a algunos popers jalapeños y los entregué congelados, ni siquiera le dieron un calentado en el micro. Los más pequeños son iguales y la camarera me llega a exigir una propina. Fue una cuenta y dejó su servicio y la calidad del producto no vale ni siquiera pesos de punta.
Trio is one of those restaurants where we will dine on several occasions during our stays in Vallarta. The staff always remember us and offer a friendly welcome. The kitchen is consistently reliable and offers a generous selection of meat and seafood dishes. Wines by the glass are a particularly good value and available in a wide variety. We look forward to a return of "la temporada de pato" (duck season) in December featuring a special selection of duck themed appetizers and entrees. Two can dine elegantly at an affordable rate: 1200 pesos for pre-dinner cocktails, appetizers and entrees, accompanied by wine by the glass (on our most recent visit).