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Welcome To Wahoo's Fish Taco

Please note: though commonly spoken as Wahoo's Fish Tacos, the taco is actually singular. Of course, as a paying customer, you are permitted to purchase more than one taco at a time.

They feature table service and beer, but you order at the counter.

Wahoo's has over 30 locations in California and Colorado, with more on the way in Texas and Hawaii. Like many of the other multi-state chains, Wahoo's is a franchise, though at this time they are not seeking franchise applicants.

When you walk into Wahoo's you get this overwhelming California feel. There are skate, surf, and music stickers all over everything. I mean everything.

At my first visit to Wahoo's in Santa Monica, I spotted a sticker for Elliott's False Cathedrals.

I was love struck by the ambiance.

Check out the official site here.

This entry is filed in Wahoo's Fish Taco.

Friday, January 20, 2006 by Jonah.


I spent a lot of time in the Lake Forest, CA area and discovered the Wahoo Fish Taco there. My favorite order was the two fish tacos with Ahi Rice and Black Beans.

I am in Texas now and plan to visit the Austin location this week. I really like the quality of the fish in Wahoo's tacos and their way of preparing the tacos makes them a stand out from other fish tacos I have tried.

Posted by: Samuel Barrett at February 17, 2006 01:03 PM

I saw a picture of a burrito under the Banzai = Zucchini post and I gotta say, that's not how you're supposed to order a burrito at Wahoo's.

Next time you go, you gotta get a Banzai burrito, wet, with white beans and blackened chicken. If you don't get it wet, you don't know what you're missing. Trust me, it's awesome.

Happy burrito eating! Cool blog.


Posted by: Ben at June 16, 2006 03:25 PM

Grasshopper, here's a tip for future reviews: stick to the Main product for the chain, Not that bizarre veggie zucchini burrito (obligatory chick food). Now back to the main comment.
This is another case where a chain has a product that is hard to find here in Los Angeles county - non-fried fish tacos. I also appreciate that the rice does Not have some awful sauce on it. White beans are an interesting option to boot.

Posted by: DiveFan at September 25, 2006 03:57 AM