The Paso Robles region is an interesting conundrum for us. There region is bursting with amazing wine but the food choices are limited. As foodies, even if we go to Paso for the wine, we can’t help but want to have good food too. Don’t get me wrong, Paso has its fair share of high-end eats, but sometimes you just want a good, casual meal. We have been able to find a few gems, one of which is Pier 46 Seafood Market in Templeton, CA. It is a seafood market that also offers prepared foods. We make sure to stop by when we are in the Central Coast.
Their fish and chips are amazing. We chose halibut because it is my favorite fish for frying. Their batter is super light but incredibly crispy. Very addicting!
You can have the fish tacos fried or broiled. Since these guys can really fry we had to go fried for the fish tacos as well.
If you want a healthier option, try their fresh ahi tacos in wonton shells served with seaweed and octopus salads.