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Taste of Soul: California Fish Market
By Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer
Published October 11, 2012



Get a taste of some good seafood and drop by the CA Fish Market Booth at Taste of Soul 2012.

The California Fish Market offers a vast selection of fresh fish and will cook it any way you choose.

Shaune Ortiz, owner of California Fish Market was so impressed when she attended Taste of Soul last year, that although her restaurant is based in Georgia, she decided to come to Los Angeles this year as a first time vendor.

“We will be serving fish and chips and pineapple coladas,” she told the Sentinel this week.

Ortiz is a California native, and still does catering events here, she said.

“We offer a vast selection of fresh fish and will cook it any way you choose. The experts at California Fish Market have years of experience. We have a friendly and professional staff that knows how to prepare seafood just the way you like it. Feel free to stop by, or give us a call if you have any questions about our restaurant or menu…”

In Georgia, customers have described California Fish as “the epitome of excellence when it comes to ocean cuisine.”

Said one Internet reviewer, “I had the pleasure to taste “The Riverside” which consisted of pasta (thin spaghetti sautéed in butter, garlic, and their special herbs), a grilled swai fillet, and sautéed shrimp. My meal was scrumptious! The service was great as well…”

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