@RedondoBeach #Pier


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. 🙂

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@KettleBar #KettleBar #MUSTTRY


I’ve been wanting to try this place for so long AND finally I got to try it! It surpassed my expectations and I’ve been dreaming about it every minute from the day I had it.
We basically ordered ALMOST everything on the menu.

KETTLEBAR STEAM COOKING

First, the Fire and Ice cocktail is to die for! The Pan Roast with the three seafood items and chicken is what we got, sans the chicken. Our fatasses also got the steamed mussels, clams, garlic fries, (champagne for myself, additional) drinks and dinner rolls.
We asked for the spiciest level of the Pan Roast, it was the best thing I’ve ever had in a long time. I already have plans to go back this Saturday. 🙂

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#HangoverCure #NotMine


He’s more Korean than me, sometimes!

I made him my favorite ramen, 너구리, Nongshim Neoguri Spicy Seafood Noodle Ramyun.

Funny how Koreans spell ‘ramyun’ and how most people know it as ‘ramen’,

I gave it to him like a Korean. With rice at the end and an egg, of course.

I did forget the white vinegar. A cap full is always so tasty! 🙂

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As you can see, we just went grocery shopping, so we have lots of new banchan!

Want to try?

Nongshim Neoguri Spicy Seafood Noodle Ramyun, 4.2 Ounce Packages (Pack of 20)

This is what is looks like: