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  1. #401
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Can someone recommend a decent sushi restaurant with reasonable Tijuana prices?
    The sushi place in Plaza Rio is pretty good.

  2. #400

    Villa Marina

    That place looks huge. It shows a large menu with no prices. I have to try it soon. The place in Ensenada looks nice but has a smaller menu WTF?

    Mexicans eat raw seafood with salsa and various spicy sauces. To me Mexican mariscos are far more delicious than sushis and sashimis. I don't like to eat sushis with big lumps of rice. I would rather eat just seafood with spicy sauces Mexicans' ways.

    A few Japanese bros living in San Diego keep driving down to Tijuana just to buy cocteles and ceviches of shrimp and raw shellfish. A new guy, an accomplished chef, who never ate raw seafood, got addicted to Mexican raw seafood. He would hang out at the school girl corner and stuff himself with raw seafood. Every time we went to Tijuana he has to hit the sea food cart first!

    Have to keep the addresses here so I can quickly look up. The Ensenada location looks down the ocean with a nice, clean beach, about 5 miles North of El Centro, nice place to bring your GFs:

    Villa Marina Tijuana.

    Paseo de Los Héroes 4449, Zona río.

    Tijuana, Baja California. See. P. 22300.

    Villa Marina Ensenada.

    Carr Tijuana-Ensenada km 104.

    El Sauzal, Ensenada B. C. C. P. 22760.

  3. #399
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Can someone recommend a decent sushi restaurant with reasonable Tijuana prices?
    Wasabi is good and so is the new SUSHIMAN in Paseo Chapultepec.

  4. #398
    I've had quite a bit of good ceviche, though, which is *kind of* like sushi (I guess? I'm not the biggest expert on great ceviche or sushi, but I enjoy them both).

  5. #397
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Can someone recommend a decent sushi restaurant with reasonable Tijuana prices?
    Tijuana isn't the place for really good sushi. There are a couple that are decent. Wasabi is decent with reasonable prices. The place at the top of K Tower, I forget the name, is pretty good, but has prices to match although they are less than LA.

  6. #396

    Villa Marina Seafood Restaurant in Zona Rio

    A doctor recommended I try this place as it is her favorite seafood restaurant in Tijuana. When I visited I had an excellent fish soup, had the guacamole and shrimp in different sauces. They offer sushi and have an open kitchen where you can watch them prepare the food in front of you. Attentive waiters and WiFi. If you want fresh fish for your sushi, you might want to give this a try. "Villa Marina Restaurant, where you can experience the best in low seafood in a family atmosphere, pleasant music to any ear and screens for your favorite events; features that we offer each visit. The perfect place to relax, enjoy fresh seafood, an ice cold beer or a glass of wine. " https://villamarinarestaurante.com/.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Can someone recommend a decent sushi restaurant with reasonable Tijuana prices?

  7. #395
    Can someone recommend a decent sushi restaurant with reasonable Tijuana prices?

  8. #394

    Mariscos El Choforo

    I used to take my friends and foreign visitors to La Perla for a taste of Mexican food and lifestyle, but they all complained the mariachis bands play way too loud, it was impossible to stay long and enjoy the food. Business in La Perla has dwindled down to basically nothing with several changes in ownership in the last few years. Prices are high and portions are small; ingredients not as fresh as the street stands.

    I found a small place, Mariscos El Choforo, on Ninos Heroes and Calle 1, 1 block South of the alley. Their food is surprisingly good, fresh and cheap, about half of La Perla's prices. Their dishes are even better, fresher and tastier than the big chain, Mariscos Titos at less than half the prices. Open 8 to 8. Check it out. Be careful walking South on Ninos after dark.
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  9. #393

    La Perla

    Like this place a lot! Was in there last Tuesday night and nobody was in the joint. Cute waitress at the bar, drank and ate, super cheap and great atmosphere even though nobody was there. I hadn't been in there in about 3 years and had forgotten how much I liked it. It's right across from Bar Tropical. Check it out. Moe.

  10. #392

    Medellin

    I went to some of the fanciest Churras in Rio and Sao Paolo. They had very few clients. The ones in Tijuana are not bad, with lots more clients and lots of chicas nearby after the meal hehe.

    Too bad you could not break free to have hot times in Tijuana before going back to Medellin.

    Will contact you when I am ready to go.

  11. #391
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Try this place on Aquacaliente past the golf course, about 4-5 miles from La Zona Norte, may be 50 pesos UBER ride.

    Churrascaria Do Brasil.

    Restaurante en Tijuana.

    Boulevard Agua Caliente 11999, Hipodromo Agua Caliente, Tijuana, BC.

    https://churrascaria-do-brasil.negocio.site/

    240 pesos AYCE meats, sea food, poultry. You can order any cuts from their menu and how well you want it grilled. A fantastic value.
    Captain looks delicious! I love the Brazilian type of restaurants as they remind me of my visits to Rio back in 1991. Sorry we could not meet up as I am scrambling getting my things in order as I return to my beloved Medellin in a few days!

    The Tall Man.

  12. #390
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Try this place on Aquacaliente past the golf course, about 4-5 miles from La Zona Norte, may be 50 pesos UBER ride.

    Churrascaria Do Brasil.

    Restaurante en Tijuana.

    Boulevard Agua Caliente 11999, Hipodromo Agua Caliente, Tijuana, BC.

    https://churrascaria-do-brasil.negocio.site/

    240 pesos AYCE meats, sea food, poultry. You can order any cuts from their menu and how well you want it grilled. A fantastic value.
    I can vouch for this place as well. Very good food. There's a similar place closer to the zona by plaza Rio called mr. Pampas. Pricing is about the same.

  13. #389

    Great Chinese Food

    You got to try Asian Tasty. Best Chinese food I have ever had. Right across from Ricardo's restaurant on Madero. Wow!

  14. #388

    Mariscos Colima in Playas

    The food was good at Mariscos Colima in Playas, but the servers totally bungled the order. (And my lib-tard friends insisted upon tipping anyway!)

    In their defense, there were 8 of us, and our order was a bit complicated, .

  15. #387

    240 pesos Churrascaria Do Brasil

    Try this place on Aquacaliente past the golf course, about 4-5 miles from La Zona Norte, may be 50 pesos UBER ride.

    Churrascaria Do Brasil.

    Restaurante en Tijuana.

    Boulevard Agua Caliente 11999, Hipodromo Agua Caliente, Tijuana, BC.

    https://churrascaria-do-brasil.negocio.site/

    240 pesos AYCE meats, sea food, poultry. You can order any cuts from their menu and how well you want it grilled. A fantastic value.
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