6 Seafood Dishes Not To Be Missed in LA
Hey Angelenos, we know you know good food.
Travelzoo has partnered up with Zagat to identify top restaurants in LA to negotiate food indulgences you’ll want to experience. And since LA is a coastal city after all, we’ve rounded up a list of seafood dishes not to be missed.
Spaghettini & the Dave Koz Lounge
184 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
When at Spaghettini, order spaghettini! Rated 4.5 stars on Yelp, this namesake pasta dish is topped with Dungeness crab, shrimp, salmon caviar and saffron. At 40% off, complete your dinner experience with a glass of prosecco, starter and dessert for each
11359 Santa Monica Blvd., West Los Angeles
Sit down to a five-course tasting menu which includes Chef Salvatore Marino’s daily assortment of fresh crudo offerings that Zagat calls “fantastic.”
House of Macau
1600 Vine St., Los Angeles
With double the amount to spend on anything on the menu, devour chunks of shell-on lobster at this swanky Macanese-influenced eatery that prepares their salt and pepper lobster Chinese-style.
3115 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica
Grilled octopus is the trending dish these days. At this fine Italian establishment, Chef Nico Chessa creates a special five-course tasting experience for Travelzoo members that include a grilled octopus antipasti served on a bed of squid ink fregula.
Dia de Campo
1238 Hermosa Ave., Hermosa Beach
While at brunch for half off, you won’t regret a salmon ceviche tostada add-on. LA Weekly says the “bright seafood dishes hit exactly the right spot.” And c’mon, is that image not convincing enough?
Alegria Cocina Latina
115 Pine Ave., Long Beach
At half the price, receive $50 to spend on menu items. Pair sangria with this Shrimp al Ajillo dish, a classic and flavorful Spanish dish composing of jumbo gulf shrimps, lots of garlic, and best served over rice.
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