Pescados China Street is now open in Oregon Hill serving lunch and dinner. Dinner service begins at 4:30 Monday through Saturday. Pescados China Street, to differentiate this new neighborhood dining spot from its Midlothian counterpart, serves a vibrant mix of Caribbean and Latin flavors in a bevy of seafood choices.
Pescados China Street’s specials last night included a barracuda entree – FABULOUS! It was served atop rice that was a fiesta of flavors dancing in your mouth! Happy Hour specials until 6:30 PM included economical wine by the glass and a choice of two special small plates for only $4. DINNER MENUhas an assortment of entrees inspired by the sea, but if there’s a meatlover in your party – have no fear! the menu includes a ribeye, pork chop, and duck breast, too. Chef Todd Manley’s dishes deliver a unique twist on his favorite ingredients – local, organic, and wild caught ingredients.
Todd and his partner in this endeavor, contractor Bob Windsor, have renovated Pescados’ Oregon Hill space into a trendy, fun eatery with vibrant colors and fun wall art with booths and tables, as well as a bar in the rear. Both partners were in-house greeting guests and creating a welcoming vibe. Think Caribbean, think Latin.
Pescados China Street was brought to our attention by guests from North Carolina – isn’t it supposed to be the other way around? The Midlothian Pescados was featured on a PBS broadcast for their use of local salad greens so our guests looked them on an internet search and found out about the China Street location less than 1/2 mile away from our Fan District bed and breakfast. They went, they dined, and they raved. China Street had only been open 12 days!