Slapfish has a lobster burrito on their menu, so that should tell you most of what you need to know about this South Bay seafood chain. Despite being a little overpriced, their food is fresh and good, and worth getting during happy hour or Taco Tuesday. The space is sparsely decorated to the point where it could pass for a Fatburger, but it’s low-key and ideal if you’re actually looking to talk to your dinner company.
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