Beer battered cod, cabbage, white sauce and pico. 3 on soft white corn tortillas served with tortilla chips and limes. $6.99 El Chupacabra, Seattle WA
These tacos were a little sad, so that’s why I’m glad they were only $6.99. The fried fish didn’t taste so fresh and the corn tortillas were cold and limp. The white sauce wasn’t even white! As elusive as a chupacabra, so was the pressence of a decent fish taco!
Different salsas at the table (you’ll need them!).
Shredded chicken with green and red cabbage, carrots, daikon, and rau rum. Served with crushed roasted peanuts, fried shallots, and a sweetened lime-fish sauce dressing. $5.75 Dinosaurs, San Francisco CA
I liked this salad, but the chicken wasn’t as good as the kind they put in their banh mi’s. But everything tastes better with that lime-fish sauce on top!
Horses at Fort Funston Beach! Thank goodness my doggie doesn’t chase after them. 🙂
These tacos were pretty tasty and at $3 a pop they made the perfect afternoon snack! I know it’s kinda ghetto for me to admit it, but the popcorn shrimp was probably my favorite. I don’t eat a lot of fried seafood so perhaps I just had a craving for it that day, hehe.
Chicken tinga with guacamole and salsa. $3
Carne asada with guacamole and salsa. $3
Mt. San Jacinto hike, looking back down into Coachella Valley.
Battered and fried. $0.99 each El Zarape, San Diego CA
Omg, these fish tacos were amazing! And I wasn’t even drunk when I had them, lol! At a buck a pop, you really can’t go wrong with these delicious bites. El Zarape was packed when we went and I’m sure that’s a constant since the food is pretty darn good.