Planeta Vegetariano

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco

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Everytime we are in PV we stop in. It is my favorite restaurant anywhere. Huge selection-- all delicious, all veggie. What's not to love?


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After being in Mexico for nearly a week, this place was a breath of animal fleshless air!! I was SOOOOO excited to find it! Being a vegan in Mexico is not easy, let me tell you. I was so happy with this find, that I took pictures with the waitstaff and of me outside under the sign. Is it weird that this was a highlight of my trip to PV??

Anyway, I just couldn't believe all the food I could eat there; I was in heaven. The staff was very sweet and there were some pretty yummy dishes as well. It's been awhile so I don't remember more food details, but I just found this site and had to comment on this restaurant. If you're in PV, it's a must-visit!!


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We ate at Planeta three times in five days, we liked it so much. Great family place. High chairs for the little ones. Great hot dishes. Wide variety of delicious, fresh cold salads. Can't say enough good things about this place. We wish there was a Planeta in our town.


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Finding this place was one of the highlights of our trip to PV! The food is great, staff is wonderful, and it's 60 pesos/person (approx $6US) - CHEAP! They have a great "salad bar" with probably 20 different side dishes/salads, many of which are vegan. For the hot/entree area, they have a rotating menu, including a soup, usually one mild main dish, and one spicy main dish, brown fried rice, white fried rice, and the most delicious black beans you will ever taste. The decor is lovely, cheery - eclectic. Overall it's great food, atmosphere, and price - what more could you ask for?


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This place is incredible. For 60 pesos you get all the delicious veggie food you can eat. At least half of the dishes are always vegan, and they offer some interesting and tasty beverages as well. The waitstaff speaks Spanish and English, and is helpful and knowledgeable. The decor is extremely bright and cheerful, with murals that for some reason feature Disney cartoon characters.
I dragged a large group of non-veg friends here on a spring break trip, and they all agreed that it was the best food we ate while in Mexico. The most memorable dish was the vegan kabobs, which were made with this fantastic fake steak and served with pineapple sauce. I went back again when the rest of my travel companions decided to go to a vegan-unfriendly restaurant, and it was just as good the second time.
The only disappointing thing was that the cake they served for dessert had dairy in it both times I was there. Even considering the lack of dessert, it's easily one of my five favorite restaurants in the world.

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