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Thursday, 31 August 2017



Nothing like whole deep fried fish, so delectable even the outer bones is yummy if fried correctly.


I haven't been here in ages - thanks for the reminder! The whole fried fish and the fish soup look so good.


How true, Bill! Usually the fins and tail are fried crispy and edible- you can see on the top fish that I didn't eat it (the bones were too thick) but look at the fish tail two photos was a perfectly crunchy 'chip' that was enjoyed.
We are consuming a bit more seafood, Sandy, and it's so easy to just buy the Mexican style preparations instead of cooking at home. It's consistently good at Los Palmitos.


Cathy, what is this "phone book" thing you speak of? :)


You *read* my posts, thank you, DRG! I knew when I was writing that someone might notice those words...almost like when I mentioned that Super Wok in Pacific Beach looked like an old Fotomat booth (which it probably was, considering Fotomat started in San Diego). Just putting my age out there...

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