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Nov 15, 2005 07:15 PM

perfectly cooked fish

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Can anyone recommend a westside eatery (near Culver City, but willing to branch out), that knows how to cook fish properly, i.e. not overcooked.

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  1. We have had good success with properly cooked fish at Gulfstream in the Century City Mall across from their sister restaurant, Houston's.

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    1. re: WLA

      I like the halibut in green sauce at La Serenata in WLA (Pico & Westwood).

      1. re: WLA

        Food was very good. Service was really bad. I won't go back for a long time. They totally rushed us through dinner, bringing the entree right on top of the soup.

      2. I had pretty good fish at Locanda del Lago. But only been there once, so don't hold me to it ...


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        1. re: ipse dixit

          I like Locanda, and have had good fish there!

        2. I just had yellowtail collar at Yabu, and it was melt in your mouth delicious. I think a lot of the Japanese restaurants don't usually overcook fish. I can't think of any off the top of my head right now though.

          1. Delmonico's on Pico does mostly fish and has a large menu. Ask for one of the wood booths. Not gourmet like Water Grill but we consider it a reliable standby and they do treat fish properly.

            1. parkway grill in pasadena actually asks is their med temp on the fish is ok for you. they take the temps on fish!!