The menu is super-simple at this humble seafood joint, with about half a dozen choices, mostly cocktails. You might get stale tortilla chips to start, but the seafood is extremely fresh, says Mealcentric. Mocaljete, a giant caldron, comes filled with all kinds of sea creatures (shrimp, octopus, abalone, and maybe scallops) in a cold tomatoey broth with cucumbers and onions, topped with thick ripe slices of avocado. For $10, it hits the spot on a hot summer evening.
Mariscos Licenciado #2 [South OC]
1052 N. State College Blvd., near the 91 Fwy., Anaheim
Mariscos Licenciado [Inland of LA]
9765 Sierra Ave., at San Bernardino, Fontana
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