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Lost at Sea (CLOSED)

Restaurants, Seafood Old Pasadena
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Lost at Sea
Photograph: Courtesy Lost at Sea

Time Out says

Lost at Sea is an Old Town Pasadena seafood restaurant that combines the flavors of Southern California with a French culinary technique. Their seasonal menu includes soup, salads and beautifully prepared seafood dishes including a sockeye salmon with panzanella, tomato, roe and basil pesto and a snapper with wax beans, shimeji, and tarragon fumet. Their artisanal wines come from all over the world, and the restaurant also offers a selection of local, craft beers.


Address: 57 E Holly St
Price: $31 to $50
Opening hours: Tues-Sun 5:30pm-10pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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Lost at Sea is another fairly new restaurant that elevates the dining scene in Old Town Pasadena. Their highly seasonal seafood menu includes interesting accents of French and Mexican touches. One starter dish even had a mediterranean touch of labne yogurt sauce. 

Chef Tim Carey's dishes are fresh and light, while portions are quite substantial. I love that they have seasonal prix fixe menus, happy hour, great lunch deals and more specials on the way. Service is very humble and personal. 


I absolutely loved the velouté—it changes seasonally, but you'll probably always find lobster in the cold soup—and while some of the other dishes were pretty good, nothing really blew me away. That makes it a tough sell considering the size and price of the dishes. The ambiance is nice, though.