Fish tacos are always found in Mexico anywhere near the ocean. The commercial fishermen bring in their haul of fresh fish daily and nearby there will be a tacqueria frying up some yummy fish tacos. But you can get these wonderful delicacies here in the US, too.

Fish Tacos

Every taco chef is going to have their own special flare with fish tacos. Most of these tacos are made with any mild fish that is available. It is breaded and deep fried then carefully wrapped in a couple of small, corn tortillas.

The deep fried fish that is nestled in the tortillas is covered with shredded cabbage and cilantro, sprinkled with a powerful red hot chili sauce and loaded with some freshly chopped pico de gallo. This is the sort of quick lunch or late night snack visitors to Mexico crave.

Certainly, any time you’re visiting Mexico and your travels take you to a port city, fish tacos should be first on your list to find. They will be there waiting for you near the docks.

But you don’t have to go all the way to Mexico to enjoy fish tacos! Roberto’s Mexican Restaurant has fish tacos on their menu. Stop by anytime for lunch, dinner or an evening snack for this delicious treat. While you’re there, try out some mescal or tequila brands you haven’t seen before. Roberto is always finding new and unusual tequilas to stock in his tequila bar.

Roberto’s Mexican Restaurant is open Tuesday through Thursday from 11am – 9pm, Friday and Saturday 11am – 10pm and Sunday from noon to 8pm. The restaurant specializes in unusual tequilas and foods common to Jalisco, Mexico. Roberto’s maintains a family atmosphere for relaxing dining. If you’re a tequila connoisseur, be sure to ask about their tequila tasting events in the winter months.