La Jolla's El Pescador Fish Market is a smaller local seafood market that happens to have a grill set up. You can purchase fresh fish to take home or have some to eat grilled there as a sandwich, tacos, or like this day atop a simple salad. I guess you could take those home too, but anyway they usually have a few sashimi plates as well.
Day six, grilled Wild Alaskan King Salmon basted in lemon butter, um, salad. I think this was Copper River as was the Sockeye.
Once upon a time I liked salmon so much that I OD'd on it (I can say the same for Tonkotsu Ramen but anyway). I slowly grew to love it again as long as I have it in moderation (I can say the same for Tonkotsu Ramen but anyway). The salmon was expertly grilled, texture fluffy and fall apart flaky, extremely moist, flowing with juices and fatty oils (full of healthy Omega-3's!).
The salad mix is fairly simple with romaine, spinach, red cabbage, diced tomatoes and green onions. I think it's an extra dollar for the fresh Avocados which I also got but the salad ran in the $13 range. As for dressing probably prefer good old E.V.O.O. and balsamic than the rather generic vinaigrette they serve with, but better yet more of that lemon butter that was used for the fish would've been nice too. Mmm.
The Clam Chowder is very good here but I was in the mood for their Cioppino again. People expecting an authentic Cioppino may be disappointed but I enjoy it for it's own accessible slightly sweet, tomato based tasty fish stew merits.
My older original EPFM post here. Please feel free to skip its extremely sappy sentimental reflection type intro. Ah, was good times.
El Pescador Fish Market, 627 Pearl St, La Jolla, CA 92037