Mesa Seafood Restaurants

Aloha Kitchen is a casual, quick eatery that was selected as a best Quick Bite by The food at this counter-service-only location is a fast-food take on South Pacific inspired fare. The menu has Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Hawaiian influences. This eatery opened in 1986 and is owned and operated by Ray and Lynn Tso. All meals are created with only the best ingredients and menu choices include saimin noodle soup, poke and poi.

The Seafood Market and Restaurant on East Baseline Road received three and a half out of five stars from Opened in 1991, the Seafood Market is known for serving fresh seafood cooked to perfection. Fish is flown in daily and the restaurant is known for only serving fresh, never frozen fish. A few standouts include the seared ahi tuna and the Argentinean bass. On the weekends, the Seafood Market is popular and sometimes has a wait but the big chalkboard menu on the wall listing all the fresh fish can keep diners entertained for quite some time. When dining at the Seafood Market, go with the daily specialties, specifically the Chilean sea bass with rice pilaf and vegetables if it is available.

The Cajun Seafood Corner is located at Dobson and Southern. This little place serves up Cajun and Vietnamese cuisine, perfectly merging both worlds. The specialty at this locale is the jambalaya and etoufee. To really feel like you are enjoying true New Orleans fare, try the crawfish. It is available in three flavors: lemon pepper, butter and original. Other standouts include the Vietnamese-style fried prawns, catfish and boiled shrimp.


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