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Steve | Apr 26, 202109:57 PM     4

Fish Taco is the name of a four-location enterprise in the DC area: three in the Maryland burbs and one in the Tysons area. I have never met a fish taco I didn't like.

The counter-service menu has a lot more than fish tacos, but since that's the name of the place, I decided to get one each of their seafood tacos. They offer battered fish, grilled fish, blackened fish, and an ancho shrimp taco.

Get past the fairly tasteless tortilla and you'll find three really delicious fish tacos. The battered is the most filling, but even better are the grilled and blackened. All three have slightly different toppings, no toppings bar here. The shrimp has the least flavor, so it doesn't register.

Although it's expensive at $5 per taco, this does fill a niche as my favorite mainstays don't offer fish.

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