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Escape to Malibu Seafood


Malibu Seafood, a small piece of paradise for lovers of seafood and beaches. Nestled on the Pacific Coast Highway right across the street from the brilliant ocean, one can get lost in the tranquility of the scenery as well as their array of amazingly fresh and amazingly good seafood. A family-owned joint with their fairy tale-like cottage and garden behind their business, as well as a surprisingly clean bathroom for their patrons, Malibu Seafood is the perhaps the perfect piece of serenity served with a miniature fish market, a dazzling menu of all things fish and shellfish, and two outdoor patios of which one can enjoy a befitting view with one’s meal. What is on the menu? Deep fried selections of shrimp, scallops, oyster, squid, and clams-all served with fries. Steamed varieties include delicacies such as mussels, large shrimp, and both eastern and pacific lobster. Cocktails, salads, sandwiches, and burgers are also available as well as a la carte choices of everything mentioned. Freshness is undeniable in its taste and quality, which is why you pay $10 a pound for your seafood.

Good seafood, especially when fresh, needs very little sauce/seasoning accompaniments. A little bit of butter, a few drizzles of lemon, a splash of vinegar, along with tarter and cocktail sauce is pretty much all one need to feel gratification. The view simply adds an extra dose of pleasure along with your food. Just try to find a better place for lunch in the summer. This place holds the temporary escape you need from the city’s suffocating traffic and endless noises. So after your meal, kick off your shoes and enjoy some sand and water.
Malibu Seafood
25653 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90265




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