San Diego is considered the birth place of the fish taco, and in my opinion no fish taco is complete without some lemons & avocados.
El Pescador Fish Market has quite an interesting history, it initially opened up for business by an ambitious nineteen year old (Jeff Norris) in Del Mar back in 1974. As he grew his business his customers demanded more than just fresh seafood, they also expected to have some of the fresh seafood on the spot which was the beginnings of the Deli concept. In 1978 he hired a sixteen year old by the name of Sean Shanon asContinue Reading»
I was too hungry to photograph the real meal but I did have time to take pictures of the deserts that appeal to me the most: fruits! I still forgot to take pictures of them before we attacked but somehow I was able to do a presentable setup for two out of the various kinds that were present. It was my first mealContinue Reading»
Its Tuesday and I guess its time to show some tacos and since I live in San Diego I think we are known for Fish Tacos. The taco in focus is a Mahi fish taco and the one with cheddar cheese is an octupus taco Both are delicious and I’ve had them numerous times, not every fish taco is the same though! These ones were from Bahia Don Bravo in La Jolla which I recommend. If you are really hungry then you can order someContinue Reading»
Yesterday during lunch we went to The Kebab shop, which is a franchise that is based out of San Diego. The name would lead you to believe that you are going to Middle Eastern restaurant but its really a Turkish shop, now is Turkey part of the middle east? That’s not a debate to have here A Doner is not quite a Shawarma, which is the middle eastern sandwich, and its not quite a Gyro either, the Greek version of minced meat. Regardless of what a Doner is I really enjoy their sandwiches; they have a lamb or chicken Doner and even though I typically like lamb more, I think their chicken Doner is the better option; there is some kind of herb in it that just makes it so flavorfulContinue Reading»