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jordanelgrably Dec 8, 2011 04:12 PM

I've been a fan of the Bluewater Grill for a couple of years. Despite the fact that they are a (small) chain, the seafood and fish are consistently fresh. Try their cioppino, it's got verve and the serving is generous. I have yet to enjoy a great bouillabaisse in LA but looks like I need to get over to La Cachette!

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Bluewater Grill
665 N Harbor Dr, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

 
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  1. westsidegal RE: jordanelgrably Dec 8, 2011 08:11 PM

    re: cioppino

    whatever you do, be sure to avoid the cioppino at C&O,

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      foodiemahoodie RE: jordanelgrably Dec 8, 2011 10:45 PM

      Where have you tried bouillabaisse in L.A.?

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        westsidegal RE: foodiemahoodie Dec 9, 2011 11:20 PM

        had bouillabaisse many moons ago at jiraffe and several times (much more recently) at la cachette bistro.

        whenever i go to la cachette bistro, it is always a struggle to choose between their bouillabaisse or their ahi tartar (which, imho, is the best in town)

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          foodiemahoodie RE: westsidegal Dec 11, 2011 12:40 AM

          I meant that for the OP, but neverthless. I'd think it would be pretty good at Jiraffe.

          I've enjoyed it at Sam's too. But I think he puts conch in it - and I don't like conch. So...I...uh...eat around the conch.

      2. scottca075 RE: jordanelgrably Dec 10, 2011 07:20 PM

        The Original Fish Company in Los Alamitos does a nice bouillabaisse and I like their cioppino as well.

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          foodiemahoodie RE: jordanelgrably Dec 11, 2011 12:37 AM

          I like the cioppino at Santa Monica Seafood. And the grilled sourdough that comes with it. Nice.

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