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Mahi Mahi has got your Fish Fix

By Esther Tseng

February 6, 2017

There’s a great new spot for seafood fans on the lookout for a fast casual option that also doesn’t break the bank. Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill is located right in the Gower Gulch plaza, with a huge menu that actually caters to vegetarians, pescatarians and omnivores alike. Influences from cuisines near and afar ensure that there’s something on the menu for everyone.

The menu at Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill in Hollywood. (Photo by Esther Tseng)

Most menu items are under $10, from salads, Hawaiian, Teriyaki and poke bowls to full platters of grilled and fried fish or other proteins of your choice. There are also a variety of sandwiches, tacos and burritos filled with chicken, beef or fish. The best part is that the menu items are so vast, that it’s pretty much customizable to your preference. Side orders from chips and salsa to coleslaw and macaroni salad as well as clam chowder round out your meal quite nicely, should you feel hungry for that extra bite.

Crispy Cod Fish, $9.95 at Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill in Hollywood. (Photo by Esther Tseng)

There’s also a fancy, high tech, touch screen fountain soda machine with a seemingly endless variety of sodas and iced teas — only $1.95 for purchase, and refillable should you be dining in. Don’t forget to furnish your order with selections from the refrigerated salsa and sauce bar, which is conveniently located at the back of Mahi Mahi. You’ll find pepperoncini, hot salsa, roasted red salsa, green salsa, chipotle sauce and tartar sauce perfect for dipping or topping your food.

The sauce and salsa bar at Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill in Hollywood. (Photo by Esther Tseng)

Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill
6122 W. Sunset Blvd.
(323) 464-6244

The dining room at Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill in Hollywood. (Photo by Esther Tseng)


Esther Tseng is a freelance food and drink writer. She has contributed to Eater, Thrillist, LA Tourism, Visit West Hollywood, Serious Drinks, and more. She practices Pilates, spins and snowboards to counter all the calories she consumes and loves to travel, whether for work or leisure.

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