Monday, October 28, 2019

My Top 3 San Diego Dining Options

By: The Food Hunter

 This experience was provided complimentary, all opinions are my own.

While there are plenty of restaurants worth exploring in San Diego, below are a three I found extremely delicious and worth a visit.


Located along the ocean-front boardwalk in Pacific Beach, Waterbar offers creative seafood dishes innovative cocktails, and amazing views. It's a lovely spot to enjoy a romantic dinner or to share a bite with friends.

Some menu highlights include: Scallop Ceviche served with a lime and serrano broth and the trio of black sesame crusted Ahi tuna sliders served with pineapple and cucumber salsa on soft Hawaiian rolls.

With just the right amount of heat, Chef Steven Lona's Seafood Pozole, is incredible and should also not be missed.

The Fig Tree Cafe

The Fig Tree Café, in Pacific Beach, offers diners a delightful breakfast/brunch spot in a renovated cottage. Guests can enjoy traditional breakfast items along with scrambles, benedicts and the most amazing french toast stuffed with ricotta and fig jam.

Be sure to order a coffee flight which includes a taste of their Mexican Mocha, Cafe Latte, and Cappuccino. The flight is a great way to get your early morning coffee fix while enjoying an assortment of flavors.

Farmer's Table

Enjoy locally sourced ingredients and innovative twists on Italian family recipes at Farmer's Table. The large Italian Market establishment offers diners lots of cozy seating options, both indoor and outdoor,  to enhance your dining experience. While everything we ate here was fabulous two items not to be missed on the menu include the pan seared Yellowtail, which is sourced locally, and the Duck Gnocchi served with duck confit.

I would highly recommend adding all 3 of these dining establishments to your list of "must try" in San Diego! 

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