This casual taco spot on Hillhurst would fit right in in a small beach town somewhere - the space is small, with a dried-grass roofed patio, and very friendly servers behind the counter. The fish tacos are indeed very good, and while they seem simple at first, just turn around and head to the salsa bar. There are a bunch of delicious salsas, cremas, and a radish relish to pile on top of your tacos. Come here for a quick, affordable lunch on a sunny weekend.
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