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San Pedro Fish Market & Restaurant

1190 Nagoya Way (Sixth St.) Send to Phone
310-832-4251 | Menu
A wide selection of you-pick-’em, they-cook-’em seafood in the bustling Ports O’ Call Village, plus lobsters to-go.
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Lunch & Dinner daily

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San Pedro Fish Market & Restaurant Restaurant Review

: This rambling, bustling spot on Berth 78 of Ports O' Call Village offers more than 200 varieties of fresh seafood, including lobsters and crabs, which are plucked live from tanks. The game is you-pick-'em, they-cook-'em --- unless you're just shopping for seafood to take home. Various vendors offer side dishes ranging from corn on the cob to coleslaw, as well as thick and crusty garlic bread to round out one's meal. The shrimp tray is among the most popular dishes, consisting of plenty of peel-and-eat shrimp sautéed with onions, bell peppers, lemon and lots of spices. Whole-roasted fish is also a treat for those with a hearty appetite. On weekends, the outdoor dining deck is filled with families sharing trays heaped with shrimp, crab and fish fajitas while listening to the strolling mariachi bands. This is one of Los Angeles' great no-frills al-fresco dining experiences and, if you bring a crowd, also one of its best bargains.

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