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Marisma Fish Taco in Puerto Vallarta Gives Great Tacos at Great Value
email this pageprint this pageemail usKathleen Dobek - PVNN
July 24, 2010



Open 7 days a week from 10 am-6 pm, Marisma Fish Taco #1 is located behind Plaza Neptuno in Marina Vallarta. For more information, click HERE.
We were in Puerto Vallarta, looking for lunch quick, reasonably priced and good when Russ remembered Marisma Fish Taco behind Plaza Neptuno. Marisma is one of the places we take guests when we want to give them a real Mexican, fish taco-eating time. They are never disappointed.

Tacos at Marisma Fish Taco, made with Mahi Mahi, and accompanied by three different salsas, gives us another reason to count our blessings that we live in Mexico. Where else can we eat a couple of fish tacos for nine pesos each, pay for our lunch with a fifty peso note, and then stroll along the marina admiring the fancy yachts?

In search of real Mexican food, real Mexican prices, and good service? Marisma comes through on all counts. It's nice to find a little place popular with the locals that is doing its best to make every taco memorable.

Taco choices include fish fillet, shrimp, crab, smoked marlin and spicy squid, the latter a specialty of Marisma, the owner. You can also choose from shrimp quesadillas, shrimp, smoked marlin, or fish fillet burritos, as well as a few non-seafood option. All prices are reasonable.

For more information, photos and directions, please visit my Cooking in Mexico blog.
Kathleen Dobek explores the culinary traditions of Mexico from her home in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit. Through regular columns on BanderasNews and via her Cooking in Mexico blog, Kathleen shares her experiences in Mexico and introduces the great variety of New World ingredients and contemporary dishes of this country to the foreigners who visit and live here.

Click HERE to read more articles by Kathleen Dobek.



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