Off the Beaten Plate: Deviled Eggs at Mariscos

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Deviled Eggs Mariscos at Mariscos, 4821 W. Sixth St..

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If you like crab cakes and deviled eggs, this is the best of both worlds — plus béarnaise sauce. Listed on the small-plates menu, warm deviled eggs come topped with a pinch of sweet lump crab. There’s just enough creamy béarnaise to get some on your spoon with every bite.

Where to get it: Mariscos, 4821 W. Sixth St.

What you’ll pay: $9 plus tax

Try it with: More small plates or a salad to make it a meal. Or share with friends for a dinner appetizer.

Also on the menu: Lots of seafood dishes (after all, the place is called Mariscos), plus sandwiches, entrees and sides such as prime rib sliders, pork mac ‘n’ cheese and root beer glazed sweet potatoes. Mariscos also has special gluten-free and pesco-vegetarian menus.

Restaurant website: www.mariscosonline.com

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Comments

irvan moore 7 years, 1 month ago

ya eat deviled eggs with a spoon? obviously my small town kansas upbringing didn't prepare me for fine dining at mariscos

George_Braziller 7 years, 1 month ago

I can eat half a platter of them by myself. My love of them has been a good-natured family joke for years. My 82 year old aunt always makes twice as many of them for holiday gatherings when she knows I'll be there.

Kay Traver 7 years, 1 month ago

They are a delicious! Another place that does deviled eggs with crab is Esquina. Very different presentation and flavor but super yummy too. Check out both places and compare!

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