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Senor Fish

Address
422 E 1st St Los Angeles CA 90012
Phone
(213) 625-0566
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(213) 625-0564

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:00am-9:00pm
Monday
11:00am-9:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-9:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-9:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-9:00pm
Friday
11:00am-9:00pm
Saturday
11:00am-9:00pm

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A charming Mexican cantina, tucked away in a corner with little foot traffic between Little Tokyo and the wholesale fish monger district, it is all the less likely to come by Seor Fish accidentally due to its humble facade. However, the tasty seafood fare and the amazing happy hour deals are well worth venturing a block past J-town's main drag. The well-priced scallop tacos and various fishy...

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Locked out of the Geffen Contemporary? Join the wahoo aficionados devouring fish tacos and fried shrimp burritos across the street. Outside looks a mess, but is just staying undercover with spacious booths in two rooms and an outdoor patio. Kick-ass plantain hotcakes with peach butter and papas tacos keep us from eating El Señor's ninos, which are delicious here. Ceviche tostada and supreme...

Senor Fish Restaurant Review

Devotees of this chain wax poetic about its high-quality, Mexican-oriented seafood. Lines are often long, and the dining rooms are not built for comfort, but the seafood might stir memories of an exotic ceviche shack on a Mexican beach. Shrimp burritos, crispy whole fried snapper, octopus cocktail, English-style fish ‘n’ chips, scallop tacos and grilled trout are menu highlights. The house-made...

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Average Rating
60

Great happy hour... but vs some of its nearby competitors for grub and or drinks this is the bottom of the barrell but still a place that it is easy to have fun at... apparently it is now closed after my last drive by. Or it is in "renovations" I am not sure which.

The HH deals are $4 wells $2 off of drafts and a bunch of appetizers with $2 tacos... and it extends pretty late on a monday...

Average Rating
80

I was able to sneak in a visit at this location before it finally closed down. Since it was about 3 PM when I went, I had made it in time for Happy Hour, and decided to get a couple of $2 tacos -- a carne asada, fish and al pastor.To be honest, Senor Fish was a lot fancier than I had expected it to be. Most taco …

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Senor Fish can be found at E 1st St 424. The following is offered: Restaurants: Seafood. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Los Angeles there are 57 other Restaurants: Seafood. An overview can be found here.

Señor Fish established in July of 1988 by Enrique and Alicia Ramirez, siblings who grew up in Northeast Los Angeles, and whose parents hailed from Guadalajara, Mexico.The original Señor Fish was located on North Figueroa Street in Highland Park, in a minuscule kiosk that was known to serve hundreds of hungry Angelinos a day. Cocina & Catina Señor Fish DTLA/Little Tokyo location was formally the...

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Know Before You Go: The tacos can be on the small side, so if you're hungry, order two.

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The tacos can be on the small side, so if you're hungry, order two.

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