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Coni' Seafood

Restaurants, Dinner Inglewood
Recommended
5 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLangoustines at Coni' Seafood
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLangoustines at Coni' Seafood
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanChicharron de pescado at Coni' Seafood
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanSmoked marlin tacos at Coni' Seafood
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Time Out says

The vast expanse east of LAX doesn’t exactly scream seafood, but Coni’ Seafood has managed to turn Inglewood into an oceanic dining destination. The minimalist, glass-facade space houses grey walls, aquarium-like room dividers filled with under-the-sea tchotchkes and a large, tapered-roof back patio for beachside-style dining. The lean menu includes popular smoked marlin tacos ($9), over a dozen shrimp dishes from raw to deep-fried and more elaborate house specialties like Pescado Zarandeado ($22/kilo)—butterflied snook fish that’s marinated in soy sauce and grilled to savory perfection over charcoal. Chicharrón de pescado ($16) involves crispy, pan-fried tilapia chunks with tangy soy and lemon sauce, while another standout dish stars sweet langoustines ($20), bathed in garlic, chiles, lemon juice and, if you’re lucky, roe.

By: Joshua Lurie

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Address: 3544 W Imperial Hwy
Los Angeles

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Opening hours: Daily 11am-8pm
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Users say (4)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.8 / 5

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tastemaker

Too bad it's all the way by the airport because I would eat here a lot more otherwise. The flavors explode in your mouth and you somehow get a glimpse of being close to the sea somewhere in Mexico. A must try.

moderator

An all around amazing meal. At first glance, the dishes seem a tad bit overpriced, but the portions are very, very generous and super delicious. The chicharones de pescado are out of this world and the ceviche is not to be missed. 


Outstanding. Flavorful, fresh, beautifully and simply prepared. Great service and ambience.