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Monday, 21 July 2014


J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

We go to that location a lot, I always get the mixed fish ceviche and a small fish stew. The fish stew can be really hit or miss, somedays its full of fat chunks of fish, octopus and shrimp....and other days its just bits of carrots and onion with the occasional fish sliver. Although for $2.50 I suppose its not the worst gamble I make on a frequent basis.


everything looks great!


My choice taco here has been the Taco Especial which has smoked fish, shrimp, and scallops. I like it better than the surf and turf taco. Battered fish taco is okay but not one of my favorites in SD.


Hi JS - The two times I had the "fish stew" at the La Jolla location it was like the watery consommé you get free at Mariscos trucks, but with less flavor.

Hi Kat - Pretty good stuff.

Hi Derric - I wanted to see what the ground critters tasted like here....I'd already had the smoked fish which was too mild in my opinion. Yes, there are many better fish tacos around...though probably not within a mile.


DANG! That's some very expensive tacos, IMO.


Hi Billy - Well, most of it was seafood, though the bang for the buck is on the lower end.

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