are a blast to catch and often times the first pelagic fish for most people.
That pumpkin-seeded crust on my mahi-mahi
was a good touch, I thought, just a slight nod by the chef to the Americanism of the occasion, and not enough to make me fearful of losing my credentials as a card-carrying contrarian.
For example, the swordfish and Mahi-Mahi
come with a choice of Citrus Artichoke Cream or Lemon Caper Butter.
50) is fabulous -- mahi-mahi
served in double-thick corn tortillas that have been browned on the grill, with two kinds of cabbage and a chile-infused mayo sauce.
Here at the Curry House, both the mahi-mahi
Rubio's(R) success was built on the "Original Fish Taco" and has grown to include a variety of craveable, grilled foods featuring Mahi-Mahi
, shrimp, Langostino lobster, all white meat chicken, and lean carne asada (steak), slow-roasted carnitas (pork), fresh-made guacamole, and our famous salsas.
On the fresh-catch list, that left us only with Hawaii's familiar mahi-mahi
, though rarely had it tasted this good, roasted and served with carrots, beets and turnips.
Rubio's also features a delicious seafood line, including lobster, shrimp, Mahi-Mahi
, and the world famous fish taco.
You get to choose your fish (halibut, mahi-mahi
, orange roughy, red snapper, salmon), how it's cooked (grilled, char-broiled, sauteed or fried) and how it's sauced (avocado, chile negro, Juliana's mole, pico de gallo, rajas y crema, ranchero, spinach, tomatillo) at the new Sancho's in Bel-Air.
The grown-ups choose from Santa Maria-style barbecued tri-tip, blackened filet of mahi-mahi
or rotisseried Yucatan chicken.
95) fits the bill as much as anything, with moist pieces in a similar-looking but obviously much milder rendition than the mahi-mahi
Or was it the mahi-mahi
with braised bok choy, shiitake mushrooms and corn timabale?