Fisher’s Sea Food-A Mexico Tradition

We recently visited Fisher’s for the send time in a few weeks because ever since we tasted their delicious chilaquiles con mariscos, we have been dreaming of them again! Fisher’s has such an interesting history-a stand alone small restaurant opened its doors in the area of Naucalpán on October 10, 1970. With only four tables, a cold menu and disposable dishes, a tradition was born.

Now with 18 locations all throughout Mexico City, this once hole-in-the-wall place is absolutely thriving. There was a LINE 10 minutes before the restaurant even opened. The food is incredible! We were served a complimentary smoked marlin tostada the moment we sat down and wow-what a start to a delicious brunch! We have had chilaquiles con mariscos, the three cheese and egg sandwich, French toast, and of course a Modelo with shrimp (we like our food!) and all has been absolutely amazing!

Here are a few pictures of our incredible cuisine! Priced at such a low level (most breakfast and brunch dishes are less than $100 pesos!), Fisher’s has quickly become one of our very favorite breakfast spots!

Keep it Kinetic (and check out Fisher’s!)

 

Hillary

 

 

 

 

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