Wave Image
Don’t see your city? Drop us a line and let us know where you’d like us to go next.

Send Us Feedback

Thank You

We’re always looking to make The Infatuation the best platform to find restaurants, and we appreciate your feedback!


Jakob Layman

Little Fish

Written by
Jakob Layman

A good pop-up simply serves food - a great one feels like you’ve been let in on a secret. Little Fish is the latter. The Echo Park shop typically operates out of a house on the weekends, where you’ll be handed a can of beer on arrival. There’s a fun, sunny atmosphere here, as if cool kids personally invited you to a party - and unlike this scene in Eighth Grade, actually want you there. Then there’s the fried fish sandwich. Golden-brown color and served on a white, fluffy bun, it’s like McDonald’s’ Filet-O-Fish, but the one they promise you in TV commercials. The fish itself is wonderfully crispy (it’s beer-battered then fried, not breaded), which makes for an almost-airy texture. There’s a tangy Kewpie mayo/pickle combo that clings to the bun, and serves as the perfect compliment to an otherwise salty sandwich. Plus, each box only costs $20-$25 and comes with a hefty portion of pasta salad and a bag of Zapps New Orlean-style kettle chips - and might just be one of the best deals in town. Pre-orders are usually required, but keep an eye on their Instagram for all the latest updates.

Jakob Layman
Jakob Layman
You'll need a better browser for that!
Upgrade to Chrome and start finding Restaurants.