Continuing with the gastronomic diary of my trip to California, today I tell you about our visit to San Diego, a big city but much friendlier and more beautiful than Los Angeles. Great if you travel with children because it has many attractions and parks for the little ones in the house.
San Diego has a lot of Mexican influence in its food and this is not a coincidence because the border with Mexico is only a few minutes away. And speaking of food if any dish is fully identified with the city are the Fish Tacos (Fish tacos).
The best fish tacos we ate on our trip were in The Tin Fish in the Gaslamp District . The restaurant is part of a chain with several stores in California and other states, but this did not detract from our fish tacos that were delicious.
We tried halibut tacos, swordfish and shrimp tacos.
The Tin Fish in the Gas Lamp District is at 170 6th Avenue.
Another meal worth mentioning was a lunch at a Thai restaurant called Spice and Rice in the glamorous town of La Jolla north of San Diego.
My son ordered the thai chicken pad which was delicious. I ordered a dish called woon sen that consisted of a mixture of vegetables and sprouts with shrimp, served with a sauce that was delicious. But without a doubt the best thing was the red squid curry that my husband ate.
We drank a Thai beer called Singha and the truth is that I love Thai food, I thought everything was delicious.
Spice and Rice is at 7734 Girard Ave in La Jolla dowtown.