Mariscos El Faro (where chefs in LA including top chefs in Mexico eat)
Mix Mix Kitchen & Bar in Santa Ana (Filipino ceviche or better known as kinilaw or kilawin depending on the region in the Philippines)
Chios Peruvian Grill
Catch 818 Mariscos (recommended: clamatado)
Mariscos Mazalteco (recommended: ceviche especial -- I would add mango)
Mariscos Jalisco (recommended: Poseidon)
La Cevicheria (recommended: concha negra)
El Coraloense (recommended: aguachile)
La Carmencita (recommended: green ceviche)
Rosarito Fish Market (any of their tostadas)
El Incomparable Peruvian Cuisine (recommended: tiradito)
Hello, I'm Anne.
I love exploring Los Angeles like a tourist. I have as much fun in my hometown as I do traveling outside LA or another country. I hope my adventures inspire you to eat well and travel often!
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