Today we went to a highly recommended cafe; Noah's Cafe.
Hello, again. My dad and I, and sometimes my mom comes along too, have been going out on the town to find some of the best not so well known cheap eats, mostly family-owned, restaurants that we can find. We go out almost every day, finding some new little place, or big place, to tell you about and review the food and prices.
So today we had an appointment at 11, but my dad and me decided that we would leave early so that we could stop and have some breakfast. We had decided on one of our favorite restaurants, La Chingona, since they have a really low-cost breakfast that comes with a sweet bread, your main course, freshly-squeezed orange juice, and coffee, which I wrote about before, and I’ll put the link at the bottom of this article. But, sadly the place was closed, so we decided to drive around and try to find a different place to eat at. And, of course, we did. We ended up stopping at Noah’s Café, as it has been recommended a lot, and we have been told by lots of people it’s good. It's located on Aldanaca 176 in Versalles.
Noah’s Café is kind of a breakfast-all-day type place, as they serve bagels, paninis, sandwiches, eggs, chilaquiles, some pancakes and waffles, and other breakfast and brunch-y plates. Though, of course they also have other meals, it’s just that they mainly are like a breakfast place. Some of the other plates include salads, soups, and both sweet and savory crepes!
I really like bagels, and I especially like salmon bagels, so of course I had to get one, and to drink I got a lime ice tea. The bagel had cream cheese, salmon, capers, onion, pepper, and olive oil, and it was reallyyyy good. The salmon tasted very fresh, and it was very soft, and just overall good salmon. I mean, there’s not much to say about salmon, but it was good! The capers added a nice saltiness that was much needed, and also another layer of flavor, and the onions added some crispness! Also, they get their bread from the bakery right next, though I’m not sure what the name of it is. All in all the bagel was super good, with a perfect combination of flavors and textures, and it’s probably the best salmon bagel I’ve tasted! Also, you’re given a choice between fruit, chips, or salad, and I chose fruit, which was all perfectly ripe and kinda cold, which was nice!
My dad got an Italian panini and some coffee, which he was able to get refilled! To be honest my dad was worried about ordering an Italian panini, as he didn’t want to get fake meat from Fud or some other brand like that. But, when he got it he looked inside it, and it was real Italian meats! And they tasted really good too! The panini had jamon serrano, salami, ham, Gouda cheese, lettuce, tomato, and a little bit of carrot. Like I said, all the meats were really good, and they tasted like they were high-quality meats. The rich Gouda cheese went really well with the meats, and the vegetables added some needed freshness to the sandwich, and, again, the bread was freshly made from right next-door, so it was really good too. This was a really good sandwich, and next time we come I’ll probably order it myself! As for a side my dad got the salad which wasn’t just lettuce and tomato, and it was real salad, which was really good, and it was a big portion too!
Noah’s Café is a really cool place, with both indoor and outdoor seating. It’s a family owned place, literally, since the family co-owns it, and they all work together, providing good service and great food to all of their guests! It really is a nice and fun environment for anyone and everyone, so I totally recommend coming down! It’s even pet friendly! Though, by the time we were done eating at around 10:30 it was packed full and there was a line waiting to get in, so make sure to come early.
Noah's Cafe Phone Number: 322-222-2015
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And to see the rest of my food reviews go to the Dining Out section here in Vallarta Bay Times.