Tucson >Mariscos Chihuahua
Salt & Garlic?. If you like over-salted fish drowning in garlic then this is the spot for you.All I can say about my experience is bad service (the server must have had an agonizing day), bad food (did I mention too much garlic, over-cooked at that, and way too much salt?....hang on while I get my BP medication), and over-priced. Next time I'll save my money for a fish sandwich at McDonald.
The fruits of the sea come to the desert..
Mariscos means shellfish, and the shellfish are good here even though they do not naturally thrive in the landlocked desert Mexican state of Chihuahua. The etymology of this bustling little restaurant's name is complicated, but suffice it to say that the shellfish is indeed a component of the restaurant's cuisine. You'll find it and its soft-scaled relatives in nearly every dish: seafood cocktails, fish soup, fish Culichi style (in a green chile and cheese sauce), tender octopus in a flavorful stew, and ceviche. Someday they'll probably figure out some sort of fishy dessert, too, but in the meantime everything is inexpensive and scrupulously fresh. Mariscos Chihuahua docks at 3901 S. 6th Avenue, 1009 N.Grande Aveune, and 2902 E. 22nd Street.
If you order one thing:
Try something new, like the spicy shrimp endiablados style.
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