Fresh, fresh, fresh. Here at Senor Fish, everything is fresh. When you think of Mexican food, you immediately think carne asada tacos, bean and cheese burritos, chicken quesadillas, and al pastor sopes. But here at Senor Fish try its namesake and experience good comfort food at its freshest.
Not to say that their meat items aren't good, not at all. But when you go to this place, you need to experience what it's famous for: its amazing, delicious seafood.
The ceviche tostada was filled with a cornucopia of fresh ocotpus, fish, shrimp, and squid. It was fresh and the brine was not overpowering. It was a simple but refreshing way to start the meal.
Grilled yellowtail and grilled salmon tacos. Both fish were fresh and were perfect partners in crime to the added shredded cabbage, onions, and salsa on the perfectly soft tortilla. They also have Ensenada style fish tacos that are as delicious as their healthier counterparts. Their deep fried fish fillet are usually crispy and the crema enhances the flavor of the merriment of vegetables and fish.
The shrimp and scallop burrito is always a personal favorite. Sadly, it is also always too big to finish. Luckily, the table is usually able and willing to share. It is a massive envelope of rice, beans, salsa, and abundant breaded, deep fried scallops and shrimp. Each good bite forces one to go for the next, and the next, until finally you either see an empty plate or a to-go meal. (I almost finished one once, almost.)
The horchata is a sweet, milky finish to each bite. Although the tender pieces of fish does not need help going down. It does complete the experience. Or maybe a sangria or margarita, or two. That can also work.
So if the need hits for something fresh and good, as well as comforting, you know where to go. The taste of the ocean with a twist of Mexican flare. And get a bonus of pocket change as it is also inexpensive. So yummy then? Si Senor Fish.
Senor Fish has 5 locations in Los Angeles. They now serve beer, Sangrias, and Margaritas. They accept major credit cards. And they now cater.