As the name suggests, you’ll find a wide variety of seafood at this Historic Filipinotown shop, ranging from red snapper and salmon to golden pompano, bangus, and dalagang bukid, all of which you can ask their fishmonger to clean, fry, or grill for you in-store. While you wait, stroll through the rest of the cozy shop and grab a snack (or seven) from their endless supply of glistening pork rinds, BBQ corn chips, and Filipino candies. They also have an entire shelf dedicated to Cheez Whiz. Just saying.
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