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Monday, 09 January 2012

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kat

mmm, I need to make some taco rice to feed my taco cravings...

Carol

"Hawaiian state animal" (snicker, snort, chortel!)

The fish taco looks good!

nhbilly

Never had Marlin I might need to try it. I always assumed the meat would be fishy.

caninecologne

too bad about the consomme. i want to try another marlin taco...

ha ha - I echo Carol's response. I was about to write it then looked up. Har!

Kirk

Hi Kat - I hope you do that!

LOL Carol! I've always thought of it that way.

Hi Billy - At mariscos places, they smoke their marlin.

Hi CC - The Missus loves marlyn at most places. To me they are the unofficial state animal...some are so large I want to throw a saddle on 'em! I'm not even going into the huge flying ones....

Rodzilla

Kirk, I'm going to have to insist that you try again - I think you may have caught them on an off day. I brought some friends tonight who have eaten at many of the other favorites in SD (Mariscos, TJ oyster, etc.) they assured me Oscar's was some of the best they had. That's what prompted me to see if you had visited.

My personal recs are the taco especial and shrimp ceviche - my stew has always been chock full of seafood as well.

They're right down the street from me, let me know if you want to grab a bite!

Kirk

Hi Rod - You know, I went back about a week after this and came back with the same impression...they were out of the grilled fish tacos, which I think will be good. There's something about that batter that I don't care for. Perhaps they've gotten better, batter, eh? I'll check them out again soon. Thanks!

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