Monday, August 03, 2015

Coni' Seafood


It was a hot, muggy day in Los Angeles. I'd had a lovely ceviche tostada for lunch at Pinche's Tacos, near Helm's Bakery in Culver City. I was in the mood for more of the same for dinner.
I'd read many reviews of Coni' Seafood in Inglewood. I have been to the parent restaurant, Mariscos Chente on Centinela Avenue in Del Rey / Mar Vista many times. Coni' Seafood is decidedly more upscale than Mariscos Chente in it's art-directed restaurant design. The location of Coni', on a barren strip of Imperial Avenue, east of LAX does not match the restaurant. The exterior of Coni' is simple, sleek and modern.

The interior has a polished metal look about it, like you're on the inside of a fish tank. There is a large patio in back, festooned with twinkling lights.  We dined inside. #airconditioning 

We ordered lemonades although it looks like they may serve beer and wine. The lemonade was outstanding, more of a lime-ade. Crispy tortilla chips and incredibly hot green salsa were placed on the table. 


Larry ordered the Camarones Checos, shrimp with garlic and a red sauce. I ordered the Mojarra Frita, a whole white fish, fried, served with lime, red onions and rice. Everything was fresh and delicious.
Camarones Checos

Mojarra Frita

Aftermath

Too bad Hollywood Park is gone. This would have been the perfect finish to a day at the track! We will definitely return to Coni' Seafood!

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