Monday, August 11, 2014

Wahoo's Fish Taco

When I heard that a Wahoo's Fish Taco restaurant was opening in Midtown, I wasn't very interested. After all, what could a fish taco place possibly have on the menu for vegans? But when I checked out their website, I saw they actually had a few vegan options, so my son Zack and I stopped in for lunch on opening day.


I ordered the Banzai Bowl, consisting of bell peppers, onions, zucchini, broccoli, mushrooms, cabbage, and a choice of protein. I chose the tofu, which was sautéed in a spicy teriyaki sauce. This dish is served with rice and beans. Both the black beans and the Cajun white beans are vegan, so I had both with my meal. I also asked for the brown rice, which is vegan. The white rice is not. This was a very tasty plateful of food and extremely filling!




We went back again later in the week. This time, I ordered the Son of Classic Burrito, which is so new that it doesn't even appear yet on their online menu. In addition to the tofu I chose as my protein, this burrito contained beans (I asked for half black beans and half Cajun white beans), citrus slaw, and roasted red pepper salsa (I asked them to hold the cheese). I liked this dish even better than the Banzai Bowl.




Wahoo's Fish Taco is a national chain. The Sacramento restaurant is located at 1820 L Street, and their phone number is 916-378-0104. The website address is http://www.wahoos.com/home.php and their Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/WahoosFishTaco. Wahoo's Fish Taco is open daily beginning at 11:00 a.m. Closing hours will vary, with the restaurant closing at around 9:00 p.m. on weeknights and later on weekends.


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2 comments:

Tami@NutmegNotebook said...

This is great to know. I sure wish we would get more vegan options in Roseville! We have Baagans but not much else!

Pam said...

Thank goodness for Baagan! Other than that, I had a vegan pizza at Trademark Pizza in Roseville recently, but I haven't found many place to blog about up there. Anyone else have suggestions about vegan options in Roseville?