Unleash the foodie in you at any of the southern California beach resorts, which go out of their way to make your stay as pleasurable as possible.
Even though nearly all southern California beach resorts have their multi-cuisine restaurants that bring the world to your table, they also serve some delectable and typical Californian food to tickle your taste buds and to keep you asking for more.
The Ocean Palms Beach Resort is one such. Even though Southern Californian food is generally known to be somewhat bland, locals vouch for a variety of meat juices, doughnut sugars, and salsa that add taste to the food.
Typical Californian cuisine at southern California beach resorts
So, here’s what you get at most southern California beach resorts, either on their regular menu cards or by special order and also at strip malls, street carts, drive-throughs and supper clubs that dot the area.
To begin with, after a rigorous workout at a gym of any of the southern California beach resorts where you are staying, you could order an animal-style burger and fries, grilled onions, and an extra dose of mustard on the meat patty. Just heavenly!
Try the fish tacos so typical of the region. Imported from Mexico’s Baja California, this is any surfer’s delight that combines ocean-fresh cod or halibut with a generous smear of creamy coleslaw. This is on the regular menu of many southern California beach resorts.
A grand spread at southern California beach resorts
While staying at any of the southern California beach resorts, don’t miss their pastrami sandwiches. Perfect pastrami with coleslaw, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing with double-baked rye bread. Yummy, wouldn’t you say!
They also have the Lonchero tacos, Korean barbecued pork with tortillas and chili dogs that will surely make your day.
Check into any of the southern California beach resorts and ask for chicken and waffles, a typical south Californian delicacy. Gorge on Puck pizza with its smoked caviar and salmon topping with goat and prosciutto cheese.
Ever heard of hot dogs on sticks? Eat corndogs and drink fresh lemonade as you stroll on the beach. Sure keeps your taste buds tickled.
Also, don’t forget to sip the boysenberry punch that merrily combines blackberry, loganberry, and raspberry to make a gastronomical drink.