Food Truck El Cevichazo Brings Its Shrimp-Centric Sinaloan Seafood Dishes to a Garden Grove Brick-and-Mortar

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 14, 2019
  You MUST order the camarones Culichis. Photo by Edwin Goei “What kind of beer would you like for your michelada?” the waitress asked. I told her Modelo, but I only said so because I remembered it was the beer of choice the last time I was in a...
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