Serves meat, veg options available. Extensive menu with a large selection of vegetarian items, several vegan ones. Bread loaves baked in-house. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Spanish, Argentinian, Bakery, Non-veg
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First Review by LilyIsAVegetable
Balter
Balter
3

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  • vegetarian

Good, but not great

3 Posted on 12 / 29 / 2013

The vegetarian lasagna is very good, and serves two hungry people easily. The place and decoration are also pleasant. However, service was inattentive - maybe due to excess of customers, which they didn't seem able to handle - and the tomato soup was just terrible, way too sour. I'd recommend it, but it's not the best in the region.

Pros: Ambiance, Lasagna, Veg
Cons: Not Vegan, Service, Some Plates Could Be Better
christytoes
christytoes
7

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  • vegetarian

Great place!

4 Posted on 03 / 04 / 2012

We came here for our last dinner in Patagonia after trekking for 4 days in El Chalten and then visiting the Perito Moreno glacier. Eating here was a great way to end the trip. We came early and got seated right away. The servers were so friendly and we felt very comfortable in the space. There were lots of vegetarian options and they were delicious, but not healthy.

Pros: Friendly staff, Beautiful Space, Delicious food
Cons: Not healthy
LilyIsAVegetable
LilyIsAVegetable
2

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  • vegetarian

you will be back

4 Posted on 01 / 15 / 2012

Don't get overwhelmed by the crowds, noise, and aggressive friendliness of Pura Vida, you're in good hands.
Family-run, I think, at least that's the feel one gets upon arrival, you are better off coming earlier in the evening than later as it can get very crowded.
For quicker seating and more enjoyment, make friends with the waiting crowd. The more parties can be seated at the same time, the happier the staff is, and the sooner you'll be eating.
The bread, quite obviously baked on site, in sinfully delicious. An entire loaf appears on a cutting board and you will be making your way through it quickly, declaring yourself full by the time there are nothing but crumbs.
At this point, if you're smart you had ordered an empanada, in my case choclo (sweet corn) and all of a sudden, you discover space previously hidden in your stomach for this treat.
As a vegetarian, Pura Vida offers many, many options. All of them are delicious, but they are not all necessarily on the healthy side. You will have to opt for tastebuds over waistline just this once--well, twice, maybe three times, as you'll be back to sample the rest of the menu, and everyone there will remember you upon your return.

Pros: amazing bread, friendly staff, warm atmosphere
Cons: wait can be very long, food not necessarily on the healthy side, end of the main drag

 

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Last updated: 2013/03/26

 

Added: 2012/01/14

 

Added by: LilyIsAVegetable

 

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