Mariscos El Pescador is a lonchera best known for their sea snail, but other items are also great. Their ceviche tostadas are as wide as a plate; the aguachile, that legendary Sinaloan preparation of seafood left to marinate in chilled lime juice, then sluiced with a vicious green sauce, cools and heats like eating an ice cream cone while sitting on the sidewalk. The fried fish and shrimp tacos crunch with little grease, and feature one of the best cremas you’ll taste: as pink as Thousand Islands dressing, but with spice.
The lonchera version of a clustertruck occurs every day on the corner of Bishop and Main streets in Santa Ana, where a parade of Mexican food trucks keeps you fed from morning until night. The lineup changes without notice, but the two constants... More »