The Skinny: The San Pedro Fish Market is a favorite family weekend hot spot for seafood stalls, beer, and a festive atmosphere. It’s also the most crowded place ever, which means good luck trying to find parking.
The Bad: This blog entry, because I didn’t pay for the food so I don’t know where they came from. I also had 2 big gulp sized plastic cups full of Corona….sooooo….I didn’t bother to find out.
The Good: Everything we ordered was pretty solid…especially the fried Squid and Garlic Shrimp. The Garlic Shrimp, with tasty bits of garlic chips underneath the juices…was well….garlicky and as savory as it should be. The fried Korean-ish style Squid was the perfect beer food because it was salty, crunchy, and tender all at the same time. And I know it was Korean because I recognized the style in which it was cooked and my brother said he did get it from a Korean food stall. So that’s a clue if you want to find out where he got it from.
We also got some French Fries, Garlic Bread, Octopus Ceviche, BBQ Shrimp Fajita, and a small charred up baby Tuna.
The Somewhat Bad: Anything that came covered in red seemed to be made with Ketchup. So the Octopus Ceviche and BBQ Shrimp Fajita all had that sugary dried up Tomato paste taste to them. Also, that day they had a small adorable karaoke show where little kids were singing Justin Bieber songs. I thought the heat from the sun was making my ears sweat a bit, but no…it was just blood pouring out from the pain.
Would you come back again? Yes! Being able to drink cold beer out in the open on a nice sunny day with a bunch of happy strangers….is worth the parking space hunt.