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2017-07-08

Nautilus Oysters from Ostricola Nautilus being served at Q'ero in Encinitas, CA.

  Product

Nautilus Oysters

The Nautilus Oyster is a version of the Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas), also known by its common names Japanese oyster, Miagi oyster, immigrant oyster, and giant Pacific oyster.  The Nautilus Oysters are farmed in San Quintín, a coastal town on the west coast of Baja California that is well known for its seafood farming. The farm itself is located at the Bahia San Quintin lagoon complex where proximity to intertidal water, and the variety of micro algae in it, gives the Nautilus Oysters their own special clean-tasting, full-bodied flavor.
  Producer
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Ostricola Nautilus Oyster Farm is a third-generation family-owned enterprise founded in 1976 and is one of the first farms to export Pacific Oysters (Crassostrea gigas) to the U.S. market. The farm is owned and operated by Vicente Guerrero.
  Restaurant
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Q’ero is a restaurant of great integrity, committed to the craft of cooking and the pleasures of dining. Consistent with the “Slow Food Movement”, Q’ero continues in its quest committed to tradition, great taste, and cooking as an artisan craft that brings communities together in various ways. The enticing aromas that surround you, as you step into the intimate dining room of Q'ero, instantly transport you to the picanterias that you stumble upon while walking the quaint streets of Cusco. L...