Colorful/Wonderful Fish Tacos—Todos Santos, Baja Sur, Mexico (Photo of the Day)

Fish tacos in Todos Santos

“You’ve got to try the fish tacos in Todos Santos,” a friend of mine told me. “They’re incredible!” I decided to take her advice and sure enough, she was right.

When I arrived in the town, I asked some of the locals where to go. They all seemed to point at the same stand right on the street. The prices were excellent–maybe a dollar for one? And so, I ordered two. I was not disappointed. In fact, for the rest of my time in Baja California, I went out of my way to order fish and seafood tacos. I tried shrimp, scallop, dorado and many others kinds. All were good.

Fish tacos in Todos Santos

Colorful and Wonderful

But the ones in this particular photo were the best. They were colorful, with purple onion, bright red tomatoes and green cilantro, all of which made them visually appealing. And they were also wonderful–super delicious.  Rico, as they say in Spanish.

What was it about them?

I think it’s the combination of flavors (the fish, the condiments, spicy salsa, creamy toppings) and the textures (soft, crunchy, etc.). In the end, I enjoyed them even more than some of the meat tacos that I originally thought were so good.

What made these tacos especially satisfying is that it was my first time eating them…ever. That’s right–I’ve been to Mexico more than a few times and was definitely in coastal areas where the fish is fresh, but never tried a fish taco. Not sure why I skipped them.

I do know this–I will make a point of getting them when I’m in Mexico in the future. And if/when I return to Baja, I’ll surely revisit Todos Santos for the great tacos (and other food).

Photographic Details

Camera: Olympus XZ-1
F stop: 2.5
Shutter: 1/500
ISO: 100
Filter: None

How About You?

Have you ever eaten fish or seafood tacos in Mexico? If so, where and what did you think?

Or are you more of a meat taco kind of person? What’s your favorite?

Or perhaps you’re a vegetarian. If so, how do you order/prepare tacos?

Hungry for More?

Want to read about some of my adventures with food in Mexico? Check out Six Silly (but Real) Mexican Food Challenges and Solutions.

Want to see more photos from around the world? Here are the other ‘photos of the day‘ (people, places and things) from several continents.

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6 Responses to Colorful/Wonderful Fish Tacos—Todos Santos, Baja Sur, Mexico (Photo of the Day)
  1. Maria
    November 4, 2013 | 9:21 am

    Fish tacos are amazing. Great choice.
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    • CB Driver
      November 4, 2013 | 9:42 am

      Gracias! I want some right now. :)

  2. David @ That Gay Backpacker
    November 5, 2013 | 8:23 pm

    In Guadalajara, I was staying right by a famous fish taco place and these look just like the fish tacos there. So delicious!
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    • CB Driver
      November 5, 2013 | 10:29 pm

      Hi, David. How nice to be near a famous fish taco place. I wonder how often you went–a lot, I’m sure. And I definitely understand why! :)

      PS: I see Guanajuato in CommentLuv. I’ve never been and want to go. Must check out your post!

  3. Madagascar
    February 18, 2014 | 7:28 am

    I would like to taste this fish taco! Yum yum!

    • CB Driver
      February 23, 2014 | 10:54 am

      It was yummy! Let’s send you one through cyber space. Ready….here it comes…catch it now! :)

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