Marisco (seafood or shellfish) refers to any one of a number of edible marine animals such as shrimp, clams, crab, mussels, lobster, octopus, squid, oysters and other species of mollusks and crustaceans.
Though fish (pescado) is not technically seafood, fish species are usually served alongside shellfish dishes. The two types of food are often lumped together in the same category on restaurant menus and signs and in cookbooks as pescados y mariscos (fish and seafood).
Mariscos are prepared and consumed in a variety of ways. See some of our dishes below.Book A Reservation
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North pacific true cod filets dipped in our house made butter, served with a heaping amount of chips.
1/3 pound of fresh ground chuck on a pretzel bun, served with tomato lettuce, onion. Add cheese, bacon or avocado.