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Quality Seafood in Redondo

TomSwift | Jan 14, 200312:17 PM     2

Had lunch at Quality Seafood at the Redondo Beach Pier this past weekend. They often have live Uni so we had hoped to wolf down 10 or so between us but the ocean condition didn't permit the divers to harvest. Urgh. However, we forced ourselves to eat oysters, two kinds. The Skookums ($1.50 each)were delightful: medium sized, briny with that wonderful coppery taste. Also the Fanny Bays ($1.45 each) were great. Slightly more salty and with a creamier texture. Saji the sushi guy (with the Skipper cap)did up a mess of deep fried Silver Smelt that were sooo crisp and delicious, with a little lemon and pepper. Also fresh local sardines, both sashimi and lightly deep fried. Gutting sardines at home is such a pain it's nice to have it done for you. Top that off with a pitcher of Heineken and we were set for the day. Now is a good time to go as the crowds are much thinner than during the summer. Bill for the fish, $3.60 - parking was more expensive.

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