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Tuesday, 23 October 2012



Haha, "C3"! I like that. I really enjoyed this place. I'm definitely going to try the octopus tostada next time since I love octopus. Lunch was really fun, as always with you guys.


had a fab time with you gals! i'm eagerly awaiting the next coupon mailer, ha ha! only for chula vista residents.

Your botana looked so good! must try that next time, along with that sarandeado dish! i like that they serve it on a big ole baking sheet! we had some sort of grilled fish a few visits ago and it was served on the big tray. so much food!

Ed (from Yuma)

Good post. I am continually amazed at you and Kirk finding these places.

Hope you and the mister had good birthdays!


Oh, yes, Carol, such a nice day! Octopus has it's own menu section and is part of the ceviche and Botaña choices. The sea snail is oddly similar in flavor and texture.

The whole day was fun, cc; I found more new places to show The Mister when we drive South. We like 'your' Seafood City the most.

Thanks, Ed. It's fun to stop in other neighborhoods and then discover the secret hangouts. Much more interesting than chains.


The Empanizado filete looks great! What kind of fish was it? Can you pick what kind of fish gets prepared that way?


We were given a choice of fish for the filete, Soo. Pretty sure this photo was bass, but recall we have been offered basa and snapper -which was in the case- at different prices. I was also given a choice of fish for the Sarandeado preparation.


This food looks amazing! I am wanting to find a good Mexican restaurant in Opelousas LA. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you.

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