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Pescado Zarandeado at Mariscos Godoy CV

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Pescado Zarandeado at Mariscos Godoy CV

kare_raisu | Apr 4, 2009 09:02 PM

I had the Zarandeado at Godoy after becoming jealous of hearing friend and chowhound streetgourmetla's lunch today at recent LA Times reviewed Mariscos Chente. His sommelier lunch included zarandeado.

This 2lbs. butterflied cabrilla is perhaps the juciest, succulent fish I have ever feasted on. The presentatation is in a word - stunning - quarters of avocado, refrito smeared quesadillas, oranges etc. Addressed with perfectly steamed warm tortillas - this place is the top of the Mariscos game in SD.

I am getting psyched about a trip to Mazatlan in 1 month to try Sinaloan specialties in its birthplace. I somehow know already I will be relying on this place to get my fix when I get back!

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