Which L.A. restaurants make the best fried fish sandwiches?

Where to get a fried fish sandwich.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 24, 2021
Sometimes, it feels as if the forces of the universe are conspiring to create a food of the moment. That food, at this moment, is the fried fish sandwich. We seem to have emerged from the Fried Chicken Sandwich ecosphere only to enter an era of...
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