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Prawn Pasadena (CLOSED)

Restaurants, Seafood Old Pasadena
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Photograph: Courtesy Prawn Pasadena

Time Out says

Campanile's Mark Peel has been delighting Angelenos for decades, working in some of the city's most hallowed kitchens, including Spago's, and co-founding La Brea Bakery. But he pivoted to a concept much more casual with Prawn, his Grand Central Market food stall that serves internationally-inspired seafood-centric stews and sandwiches, like his must-order Thai lobster roll. Now he's brought the concept to Pasadena, where this outpost of Prawn expands to include a raw bar in a nautical, modern setting. 



Address: 16 Miller Alley
Opening hours: 11am-10pm, daily
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Excellent selection of seafood, sandwiches, etc. The team that runs & works at Prawn are a wonderful group - talented chefs, attentive staff, and generous owner. I've really enjoyed all of my interactions with them & have loved the food as well. I originally heard of Prawn when I tried food at their Grand Central Market location (great as well) & I was very happy to see that their Pasadena restaurant has a bigger space but the same quality food and staff. Overall I would highly recommend if you are in the area - especially if you're seeing a movie at the theater nearby or taking part in an event at the plaza area nearby. 

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