Tucked away in Pasadena’s Miller Alley, chef Mark Peel’s seafood-concept outpost, Prawn, boasts a modern, accessible menu in a fast-casual environment. With this second Prawn location (the original is in downtown L.A.’s Grand Central Market), Pasadenans can now enjoy the distinctive, seafood-forward menu right in their own backyard.
“I’ve always loved experimenting with seafood and finding ways to reimagine flavors in a way that speaks to the modern palate,” says Peel, a Pasadena native who co-founded La Brea Bakery and renowned award-winning restaurant Campanile. “I couldn’t be more thrilled to expand what we have started in downtown L.A. and bring it to my hometown of Pasadena where there is so much excitement around the expanding dining scene.”
Menu offerings include a flavorful Thai lobster roll, as well as a raw bar with fresh seafood such as oysters and clams on a half shell, jumbo shrimp cocktail and steamed mussels.
16 Miller Alley, Pasadena, CA