Kings of Fish at the San Pedro Fish Market

It's been years since I've been here,
so when Tanaya's Table invited me to a 
seafood tasting here,
I knew it would be some good stuff!

You may have seen San Pedro Fish Market in the

First stop, the fish market...

Red Snapper looking good.

Now THAT's Yellowtail!

They have all kinds of seafood, ALL KINDS of Seafood!
Lobsters, crab, varieties of shrimp, clams, mussels,
and then there's a large selection of fish too...

Before leaving the seafood counter,
don't forget to buy some of their hot sauce
(if you like spicy)
for your seafood tray.

Just for the Halibut

When you've picked out all of your seafood
and your transaction is complete,
you can take your seafood to have it
cooked anyway you want.

They'll cook it for you
at no charge.

Have it grilled or fried too.

While you wait for your order,
grab one of their cocktails, a beer, or soft drink

Shrimp Cocktail

Grab a seat at one of their
2,000 seats.

And they're California's largest restaurant,
serving over 1.1 million customers annually.


The seafood tray is done
and looks awesome!

We had lobster, crab, shrimp, halibut, swordfish,
octopus, squid, mussels, clams, shark, potatoes,
peppers, and tomatoes.
(I may have forgot something, lol)

Our hosts for today's tasting
(from the Left)

  Michael Ungaro - San Pedro Fish Market
 Tanaya Ghosh - Tanaya's Table 
Alexandra Lourdes - The Refined Agency
Lin Jerome - The Refined Agency

Let the feast begin!

Yup, truly the Kings of Fish!

See What Jay Eats...

Whole fish grilled

Or you can have it fried.

Don't forget the garlic bread

It's good to use it to soak up the goodness
from the seafood tray...

They also have fried fish and calamari too.

What's a seafood feast without oysters?

I mean, look at this...

did it up for us!

Truly a food-filled Tanaya's Table Event!

The seafood here is exceptional, esp having the choice
of the way you want it cooked.  Talk about the selection

Sampling several different pieces of seafood, 

each one was cooked to perfection.
I've been to other places where fish, clams,
shrimp, and lobster were cooked together and a couple
of them would be overcooked.  

Not here, I was amazed that each one was well

cooked well, fish juicy (not dry) and lobster tender.

It's been many many years since I've been here,

will be bringing people here for a casual seafood feast!

Thank You!

NOTE:  I was an invited guest of San Pedro Fish Market.
I thank them for their invitation and hospitality.
All comments and opinions are strictly my own.

Photos by Jay Terauchi
Jay Eats Worldwide
©Jay Terauchi


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