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Sayulita - Good Restaurants... WHERE?

Jetgirly | Jun 5, 200804:14 PM

I going back to Sayulita. Last time I went I ate some good food, but I had a really hard time finding certain restaurants. There are almost no street signs in town, and if you don't know where one landmark is, it basically turns into:
"Where is Restaurant XYZ?"
"Turn left at the church and it's two blocks down."
"Where's the church?"
"Turn right two blocks past the book store."
"Where's the bookstore?"
"Cross the foot bridge and it's to the left of the roast chicken place. Not Paco's Roast Chicken... Fernando's Roast Chicken. It doesn't have a sign, but it's the one with two tables out front, not three."

So, the places that I ate at and enjoyed were A Bicyclette, Chocobana, Chile Relleno and Sayulita Fish Taco. There were some other places that were less good and/or memorable. This time I would like to investigate Los Afortunados, Lupe, Tierre Vive and Mangiafuoco. I'd be open to other suggestions for restaurants with one or two good vegetarian dishes on the menu as well. However, I didn't see any of my Want-to-Eat-Ats on my last visit! Is there a map of Sayulita with restaurants marked on it? If not, can anyone give me directions, say, from the main plaza (where Chocobanana is)?

PS- Oddly, Sayulita is not in my guidebook (Rough Guide), while places like Bucerias and Punta de Mita are.

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