Paid $24 for a dry overcooked piece of halibut with some dry brown rice and vegetables. It dud taste fresh but just not worth the price. Clam chowder was full of clams but lacked in flavor.
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This fish market and restaurant is a good spot for lunch. You place your food order at the counter after gazing at cases full of fresh fish and shellfish. My husband ordered the spicy blue fin tuna sandwich and I had the El Pescador -...More
While looking like a sophisticated restaurant from the outside, the interior is quite Spartan with not very comfortable wooden chairs and tables - as comfortable as a fast food place where they discourage lingering. However, in addition to being a restaurant El P. is a...More
The perfect place for a great fish dish. Very casual but elegant food. Be prepared for a wait because it is such a popular local hangout.
You have to wait on line to order the freshest seafood on the planet, and get your own table. Food is delivered to your table quickly, and the staff is very nice. Seafood is top quality, and generally caught that morning.
This place is one of our go to in La Jolla. It is the best place for casual very fresh fish. They do all sorts of styles from plates to salads to “burro”’s (burritos) and sandwiches. They also have a good selection of beer. (Please...More
Avoid the specials & burritos. My husband & daughter had fantastic sandwiches, but my son & I had lettuce & bean burritos that were supposed to be shrimp & mahi. Rubios is a lot better for burritos and a lot cheaper. No seating after 5:45...More
I mostly come here to buy fish and take home to grill, but have eaten here many times. Its always superbly fresh. A tad on the pricey side, but as good as it gets without having to drive to the docks. Their ceviche is also...More