Sharing my favorite places to eat is a hobby for me. I love to eat and I love to share my experience so everyone can enjoy what I enjoy.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, my favorite cuisine is Mexican. I got to experience this restaurant in Hermosa Beach, Dia de Campo, and I was mind blown.
Every dish we ordered was very satisfying and it left me wanting for more.
Their goat cheese cheesecake was the cherry on top. Best dessert I’ve ever had.
I look forward to any reason to come visit it again. Dia de Campo is ALWAYS on my mind.
I always go to Pacific Fish Center (the one all the way down at the end of the pier). My friend JL goes to the one at the beginning of the pier. I used to go there with my family when a family friend owned in back in the 90’s but not as an adult.
For sure the quality at the restaurant at the end of the pier is more my liking. The service, cleanliness and quality seems to be slightly better at Pacific.
But then my friend and I order different things at both the restaurants so I can’t say about the stew.
Any meal that includes fresh seafood is always a plus so I enjoyed my dining experience much more than I would eating at a non-seafood place.
My favorite is the amaebi, sweet shrimp. Especially the fried heads.
I always try to take rubber gloves when I go and of course that was taught by a friend who is no longer in my life. Probably the only good thing I was able to take away from that friendship. ha!
Redondo Beach Pier offers may selections of seafood cuisines, but Pacific is one place you must try. 🙂
Friend came into town and since we had Ondal last time, we decided to visit the Pacific Fish Center.
We ordered lobster sashimi and sweet shrimp, crabs, spicy stew and the baby shrimp.
This is my favorite place for seafood.
So apparently, the girl putting together Terry’s order, was grabbing the mango (orange round one in photo) and dropped the raspberry on the floor and shrieked. Terry saw the whole thing from across the room and watched to see if she would grab a new one. The girl didn’t and picked it back up and placed it back on the mango thing. Terry yelled across the room, “EXCUSE ME? DIDN’T THAT FALL ON THE FLOOR? THAT’S MINE AND YOU BETTER GET A NEW ONE!” Ok, maybe not verbatim, but very close to that. 😛
The girl then, grabbed a new.
What a bitch!
By the way, it was the Torrance location. Beware, people… watch them, watch everyone while they make (prepare, grab, you know what I mean) your food.
I love Japanese food. Everything is always TOP quality. This place has the best of the best of the best. Does that even make sense? Not really, but you know what I mean.
Beef sashimi, beef tongue rare, natto, Fanny Bay oysters on half shelf… and the rest.
Everything was amazing. I didn’t have any of the shumai or the egg for carb reasons.
Please visit, you must or you should just enjoy Yoshinoya for the rest of your life.
1880 W Carson St
Torrance, CA 90501
Brut Rose & Bacon Cheddar Chive Biscuits.
Biscuits for Boobies. Every biscuit ordered, they donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation~
I love establishments that can punch out quality dishes even without the executive chef in the kitchen!awesome job, Ricardo & Stephane!