Mole Las Peñas

Mole Las Peñas

No Way José! proudly presents a new sure-to-be-favorite dish on our menu: Mole Las Peñas. In the personal words of Chef Mario Ibarra Rubio, he describes his inspiration for the dish: “Puerto Vallarta was founded on December 12, 1851 by Don Guadalupe Sanchez Torres, who named the town “Las Peñas de Santa Mara de Guadalupe.” The name was eventually shortened to Puerto Las Peñas. From that name comes “Mole Las Peñas” to represent the region not only nationally, but internationally. I am not originally from this region. Destiny brought me to this place and slowly, like many visitors, I fell in love with my new home. That love inspired a gratitude within me that I wanted to express in the best way I know how. Walking the streets of the pueblo I found a great variety of fresh ingredients growing plentifully in vallartense gardens: papayas ripening on the vine, ginger flourishing in the soil, mangos everywhere, hens and chickens running in between the children and grandparents playing in the gardens. In these sights and sounds and smells I found the beauty of Vallarta’s tradition. The mole represents the fertile and moist soil; Swiss Chard represents the mountains, green and majestic; and the tequila foam represents the sea that reaches up to meet the soil, mountains and gardens of this beautiful region: Puerto...

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Shrimp Your Way (Al Ajillo pictured)

Shrimp Your Way (Al Ajillo pictured)

Juicy shrimp prepared as you like it (butter and garlic; al diablo, al...

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Tamales

Tamales

For special events, the most Mexican and traditional festive dish, tamales (chicken, pork, poblano...

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Tampiqueña Mexico Lindo

Tampiqueña Mexico Lindo

Beef filet, mole chicken enchilada, seasoned potato tacos, cheese-stuffed roasted poblano pepper with traditional egg batter smothered in a mild red sauce, refried beans and guacamole.

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Las Fajitas

Las Fajitas

Your choice of: Beef, Chicken, Shrimp or Mixed sauteed with onions and green and red...

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Xochimilco Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Breast

Xochimilco Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Breast

Our #2 most popular dish, juicy chicken breast stuffed with cheese, garlic-sauteed spinach and mushrooms, bathed in huitlacoche (corn truffle)...

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Chicken in Mole Poblano or Pipian

Chicken in Mole Poblano or Pipian

In bone, skin on chicken leg and thigh in classic mole poblano (includes peanuts) OR spicy Pipian on a bed of white...

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Chiles en Nogada

Chiles en Nogada

The No Way José! house favorite. Roasted poblano peppers stuffed with ground beef and mixed fruit bathed in a creamy pecan and almond sauce and garnished with pomegranate seeds (in season). Served warm, not cold.  Your choice of beef, shrimp or veggie (garlic sauteed spinach and mushrooms). This was Frida and Diego’s wedding dinner! As one of the most traditional dishes in mexican cuisine, you will enjoy it like this only at No Way...

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Chapultepec Tower

Chapultepec Tower

Grilled Portobello mushroom stacked with eggplant, green peppers, zucchini & tomato au gratin with a sweet berry...

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La Malinche Enchiladas

La Malinche Enchiladas

Your choice of: chicken, shrimp or veggie (garlic-sauteed spinach and mushrooms). Served with refried beans and...

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