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It was inevitiable - eventually there would be food photos!
Having eaten at street vendors for over a week (which, by the way, has been amazingly tasty!) it was time for a sit-down meal with friends.
We decided on Gaby’s, a neighbourhood restaurant since 1989, grabbing a seat on the 2nd floor balcony while black and white movies played against the wall of the building across the narrow street. One block below were passing processions with marching bands, participants marching and singing, and gathering crowds and street vendors - all in celebration of the Festival of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Gaby’s, a cocina de tradición mexicana (Mexican tradition kitchen) has a varied menu but this dish caught my eye. Chiles Rellenos (Nogada Style) - a poblano pepper stuffed with ground meat and other assorted tasty ingredients topped with a creamy nut sauce and sprinkled with pomegranate seeds. Absolutely delicious. Billed as their ‘national dish’. YUM.
Apologies for grainy photo - taken with iPhone in low light.
CHILES EN NOGADA - Gaby’s, calle mina #252 centro, 48300 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco