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Mon Chong from F/V Zephyr being served at Mitch's Seafood in San Diego, CA.


Mon Chong

Weighing from 4-25 pounds, Mon Chong have brownish black skin with translucent, pink flesh. Mon Chong, also known as "Pomfret", have large flakes with semi firm, mild and sweet meat. Mon Chong are generally grilled, seared, baked, broiled, sautéed, or used as sushi.
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Captain John Hall began fishing in 1948 at the tender age of 4. His mother still has a photo of him with his first catch: a 9lb white seabass. With that, he was hooked. However Captain John didn’t begin fishing commercially until 1976. Prior to riding the high seas full time, he earned two master degrees and a PhD in Marine Biology and dreamt of becoming a professor. After a few years teaching at the University of California San Diego, Captain John learned that the politically-charged academic w...
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Mitch's Seafood is casual waterfront dining at its best. Located on San Diego Bay, in the historic fishing neighborhood of Point Loma, we offer excellent locally caught seafood with a view of the bay and the San Diego Sportfishing Fleet. We specialize in grilled fresh, local seafood, fish tacos, gourmet burgers and a variety of fine beers and wines. Our seafood comes almost exclusively from the waters off San Diego and Northern Baja. The Mitch's Seafood family has a long history...