How does one describe Little Fish? Half fried seafood pop-up, half charming food newsletter (seriously, check out their latest on how to make ciopinno, this Echo Park shop drops a new menu on their Instagram once a week. The offerings change with every drop, but for $25, you’ll get a full meal, complete with a fried fish, plus two to three sides. Past dishes have included beer-battered pacific striped bass, braised greens with cornbread croutons, and charred broccolini served with tahini sauce. Oh, and those menu drops are usually accompanied by a sweet little drawing of a fish, so even if you don’t end up ordering, you still kind of win. Watch their Instagram for the next preorder.
Where we've featured it
Search by Perfect For
More spots in Echo ParkSee more
From indie rock bands, to Rihanna vs. Beyonce mash-up dance nights, there are few better places to be on a Saturday night than The Echo.
Masa of Echo Park Bakery & Cafe
Chicago deep dish vs NYC pizza rivalry aside, Masa is just a restaurant you want to be at.
More Seafood spotsSee more
Found Oyster is one of the best seafood restaurants in LA. We love this East Hollywood spot so much, we wish we didn’t have to tell you about it.
Fisherman’s Island in Leimert Park is perfectly steaming everything under the sea.
Suggested by our writers
Connie And Ted’s
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
Quality Seafood is a massive, two-story restaurant on the Redondo Beach pier filled with tanks of shellfish, lobsters, crabs, and fish.
Sticky Rice Echo Park
Sticky Rice’s second location in Echo Park serves all the dishes we love from their original Grand Central Market stand, in a much bigger space.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more