These fast food restaurants have seafood on the menu – Orange County Register

The season of Lent has arrived, during which Catholics and others avoid eating meat on Fridays.

To that end, fast-food restaurants conducted their annual seafood rollout.

Here’s what you can find on the menus this year:


The chain known for roast beef is offering a trio of fried fish sandwiches for the season.

The Crispy Fish sandwich features a crispy fish fillet, shredded lettuce and tartar sauce on a sesame seed bun.

The spicy fish sandwich features crispy fish fillet with tangy seasoning, shredded lettuce, diced tomato and jalapeño on a sesame seed bun.

The Kings Hawaiian Fish Deluxe sandwich features crispy fish fillet, sharp cheddar cheese, shredded lettuce, tomato and tartar sauce on a Kings Hawaiian bun.

Del Taco

Del Taco brought back his Crispy Jumbo Shrimp.

The Crispy Jumbo Shrimp taco includes shrimp, cabbage, secret sauce, and pico de gallo in a flour tortilla, served with a slice of lime. The cost is $3.29 for one or $5 for two.

The Crispy Jumbo Shrimp Burrito ($5.49) includes shrimp, cilantro-lime rice, secret sauce, cabbage, and pico de gallo in a flour tortilla.

The Crispy Jumbo Shrimp Stuffed Taco Quesadilla features shredded cheddar cheese and queso blanco grilled between two flour tortillas and filled with shrimp, shredded cabbage, secret sauce and pico de gallo. It sells for $3.59, while a version with guacamole costs $4.09. A pair retails for $6.50 and $7.50 for the non-guac and guac versions, respectively.

jack in the box

jack in the box brought back their Fish and Deluxe Fish sandwiches.

The fish sandwich features crispy wild Alaskan pollock fillet, lettuce and tartar sauce on a buttery bun. The Deluxe Fish sandwich adds a second crispy fish fillet, American cheese and tomatoes.

The cost is $3.99 for the standard sandwich and $5.99 for the deluxe sandwich, and either can be made into a combo for $1 more.


Popeyes brought back its Flounder Fish sandwich, in a classic and spicy version.

The classic sandwich – introduced last year – features crispy plaice fillet, pickles and tartar sauce on a brioche bun.

The spicy version replaces the classic crispy fillet of plaice with a coating of spicy batter.

Both sandwiches sell for $4.49 a la carte, and Popeyes Rewards members receive 150 bonus points for ordering the sandwich through the app.

Rubio Coastal Grill

Rubio Coastal Grillwhich already offers a number of seafood items on its menu, brought back wild-caught Argentine red shrimp in three limited-time entrees.

the Argentine Shrimp Bowl with Honey and Chipotle consists of shrimp, romaine lettuce, citrus rice and black beans, topped with guacamole, mixed cilantro and onions, creamy chipotle sauce, new honey chipotle sauce, marinated red onions and a slice of lime.

the Argentinian Shrimp Burrito with Honey and Chipotle includes shrimp, citrus rice, black beans, house-made guacamole, mixed cilantro and onions, creamy chipotle sauce, signature honey chipotle sauce and pickled red onions, all wrapped in a flour tortilla. It comes with tortilla chips.

the Plate of two Argentinian shrimp tacos with honey and chipotle features flour tortillas filled with shrimp on a blend of three melted cheeses, romaine lettuce, and a blend of cilantro and onions, all topped with a creamy white chipotle sauce, a new honey sauce chipotle and pickled red onions. The plate includes black beans, tortilla chips and a slice of fresh lime.


Wendy’s The crispy Panko Fish sandwich is back on menus.

The $4.99 sandwich includes pollock fillet, lettuce, pickles, dill tartar sauce and American cheese on a premium bun.

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