Puerto Vallarta – Restaurante Mariscos Cisneros

One of our favorite new finds in Puerto Vallarta is Mariscos Cisneros, a little off the beaten path but oh so worth the search.
Location; Aguacate #271, just off the corner close to the Iglesia Santa Cruz

Hours; 11am – 8pm, closed Tuesdays
Phone; 223-3569

This is not your standard gringo hangout. Seafood is the specialty of the house. The first night we went three of our group of five had the seafood soup, one had a fish fillet, and I had the nights special which was a hollowed out half pineappple filled with chunk of seafood and pineapple with a seafood broth pineapple reduction, absolutely amazing; it included rice and perfectly cooked veggies as sides.

The second time we went to Cisneros was to meet with Steve of mexpatriate – in the key of steve 

Steve was able to coordinate a needed trip to PVR to coincide with our time here so we shared an afternoon at Cisneros.We had a lovely visit, talked of many things, and enjoyed a fabulous meal.

It was so cool that as we walked in Arturo, the waiter remembered Tom’s and my name, and inquired about mr Jim and ms Andrea; he also mentioned Amaggio Jim and Andrea’s neighbor who had accompanied us to dinner on our first occassion.

Arturo suggested the Daily Special which – Oh my goodness I can’t even express how good the food was –  Calamar relleno con Mariscos. Seafood stuffed Squid, perfection!

We will definitly be going back again –
these guys REALLY know how to cook seafood!



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About Debi in Merida

I moved from Colorado Springs, Colorado USA to Merida, Yucatan, MX in January 2006. I love to read, garden, travel, and hang out with friends.
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7 Responses to Puerto Vallarta – Restaurante Mariscos Cisneros

  1. Cass says:

    I had the Guacamole, and it was fanominal.. best i ever had. lately i've been trying to find the same recipe, but no luck 😦

  2. Tom and Debi says:

    Steve – lo siento! It was indeed a fabulous visit, and meal!

    Ron – If you guys get to PVR you'll need to try it for sure. When you next are in MID we'll try to have someplace equally as awesome for dinner plans together.

    Jonna – There needs to be a rule, well maybe not! I was gonna say you can only have Flippers with us! But we should find someplace where Mimi feels comfy too!

    Suk – yes, you would love this place, and For Sure inMay, I'm making plansd already! Tulum yes?

    MtF – Thanks for stopping in and posting – what an adventure you are having, and how fabulous the experience for your kids, Congrats!

    Debi

  3. Luf this place! Its been nice reading along your visit to my favorite place in MX. We lived just around the corner from this amazing restaurant!

  4. suk says:

    Debi, yes, we need to go back that rest. Stuff calamari is the most popular, spicy, in Korea. Y got to know what y doing bc cleaning but intact on full shapes, & stuffs with shrimps & crab meats then steam & make sause or y can do tempura style. I am glad y had a great time. Hope see y may

  5. Jonna says:

    That looks sumptuous! Great that you got to hang with Steve again, what fun. My friend Sheila and I went to Tommy's (now Flipper's) today for lunch which always reminds me of you two. It was a fish eating day.

  6. Ron says:

    Oh Debi, the food and the company sound so wonderful.yhh

    The yhh was just typed by the paws of one of our two cats. I decided to leave it 🙂

  7. Steve Cotton says:

    You beat me to the post. It was a great day.

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