Friday, July 24, 2015

Coni'Seafood: Inglewood's Mexican Seafood Gem (Los Angeles, CA)

This post may be a bit late, but for those of you who still don't know ... some may remember Mariscos Chente and their awesome pescado zarandeado and other Sinaloan seafood dishes, and the chef from Chente and his family has now opened Coni'Seafood in Inglewood, serving the same great items.

The thing to absolutely get is of course, the pescado zarandeado. This whole grilled snook is the state dish of Nayarit and Sinaloa, and here is served with caramelized onions and tortillas. Make yourself a great taco with this great fish meat and the onions.

Coni Seafood
It's quite big so bring a few friends so you can try the other dishes, as well.
I also like the camarones aguachile, raw shrimp marinated in lime, salt, and jalapeno. I don't always eat spicy but these slippery babies are just so delicious with the tangy, spicy marinade.
Coni Seafood

Another not-to-miss dish: smoked marlin tacos.
Coni Seafood
If you haven't had it, smoked marlin is like ... the ham of the sea. It's meaty and smoky, and it's perfectly garnished with cheese and onions and grilled to give the tortillas a lovely char.

There are plenty of other things to eat at Coni'Seafood, like camarones al diabla, tacos gubernador, and camarones borrachos. Just bring a lot of friends or keep coming back.

3544 W Imperial Hwy
Inglewood, CA 90303
(310) 672-2339 
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