This is a fish taco from my kitchen. I used fish fillets (from a box in the freezer) and then greens, my daikon/carrot pickle, a sriracha-crema drizzle, and salsa. They were delicious. I'm not above using fish sticks. Especially the fish fillet ones. I heated the corn tortilla (wrapped in a wet paper towel in the microwave) before making these. Over the years it took me awhile to figure out how the make the corn tortillas hot/moist enough and this works great.
These fish tacos are from Uno Mas. "Mojo de Ajo | Fresh Rockfish with
Garlic Lime Marinade". This description was taken from their menu. These are some of my favorite fish tacos in Portland. They are a bit more than their regular tacos ($3.75 instead of $2) and very tiny. I ate these a little too fast and was talking to a friend at the time so I can't remember just how good they were right now, but I know I liked them.
These are my favorite fish tacos at the moment, but the worst to eat. It's a favorite in concept only. They are the "street style" fish tacos from our neighborhood Safeway. It writes itself. You can get 4 tacos for about $5.50 or so. There are two different kinds here—the fish and the chicken. The fish taco used fish sticks (not a good kind) and had so much mango salsa it was hard to taste anything else. The chicken tacos were fine, but I wonder now if that was only contrast to the fish. Pete said they were good, but he was starving. I was thrilled to be living on the edge by ordering these. Nothing bad happened.