422 E 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 625-2534
Cuisines: Caterers, Mexican, Latin American
Price Range : Below Average
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04/03/2010Provided by Citysearch -
If you're downtown and you're hungry and you don't want to spend a bunch of money, this place is great.
Their chips are good, the salsas are fresh and they're redecorating so the atmosphere is being worked on.
I either get the veggie taco lunch special a whopping 5.99, or the baby greens salad with zucchini and corn- mmm mmm.
It always hits the spot.
08/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Their salsa is just absolutely great, to die for. Their fish is fresh and cooked just right, I love all their fish dishes, especially fish served with beans and rice. Even their beans and rice is just cooked right. I think someone put their chips and salsa are free. Well that is true sometimes, perhaps when they aren't busy. But they will charge you for chips and salsa sometimes. Just ask if its okay to have it for free and sometimes they will allow it. Otherwise, I don't mind paying for it, definitely worth it.
08/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Extremely casual, walk up to the counter and order. Casual not to be confused with gruff; practically everyone you deal with is friendly. Free chips and salsa are a plus, refills are allowed/tolerated. Basically, all of the little things are there. Of course, that would be nothing without good food. And boy howdy, is the food at Senor Fish ever good. The fish tacos are splendid, the burritos sublime, but the piece de resistance is the seafood quesadilla. Positively packed with all sorts of seafood (I'm not even sure of what half the stuff is), this dish approaches perfection. Food utopia, and one of the best low-culture dining experiences anywhere.
12/13/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I've been a few times each to both the downtown and eagle rock locations of Senor Fish, and both are equally yummy. If you order your seafood grilled instead of fried, it manages to be a lunch feast of Mexican food that won't leave you slumped over your desk at for the rest of the day. I love the daily special of three fish tacos, and the scallop or scallop and shrimp burrito is to die for. Order it grilled (worth the extra dollar). It's chock full of seafood and your scallops will be unexpectedly tender and well cooked--never overdone or rubbery. Most plates come with a tiny, almost amuse bouch-like sized serving of fish ceviche, which is also so delicious that I keep promising to order a large order of it next time.