If you’ve read our review of the original Coni’Seafood, then you know that we’re big fans of this seafood-heavy Mexican restaurant. Their new space in Marina Del Rey has a bare-bones, industrial feel, and the same great menu. As far as the food goes, feel free to skip the cold appetizers and get straight to the marlin tacos, the fried fish, and any of the camarones dishes.
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