The snook whisperer? He's cooking in an Inglewood backyard

No longer secret, 106 Seafood Underground is the Inglewood oasis where you'll find Sergio Peñuelas serving ceviche and grilled fish
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 1, 2022
Amid the lush outdoor setting of 106 Seafood Underground, Sergio Peñuelas stands front and center in a semi-open-air kitchen housed in a small structure near the restaurant’s entrance. He moves between a small counter and the stove, sculpting...
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