1. Our beginnings

    Mariscos "La Guerrerense" was established in 1960 by the late Alberto Oviedo and his wife, Mrs. Celia Carranza; tradition keeps making history thanks to Eduardo Oviedo and his wife, Mrs. Sabina Bandera, also known as "La Güerita" or "La Guerrerense".

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  2. About Us

    La Güerita and her charming smile have conquered palates from all around the globe; she's attended culinary TV Shows hosted by renowned chefs, such as Aquilísimo with Aquiles Chávez, Benito & Solange, México: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless, No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain as well as participating with NatGeo.

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  3. Awards

    In 2011, La Guerrerense receives an invitation to be part of the LA Street Food Fest, in Pasadena, CA., where her original and tasteful urchin & clam tostada claimed "The Showmanship Prize".

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La Guerrerense, a humble street cart, is as simple as it gets; the most mind-blowing fresh, sophisticated, and colorful tostadas imaginable. Absolutely phenomenal.

– Anthony Bourdain

At home of maestra of Ensenada seafood, doña Sabina: 8 ceviches, pismo clams, sea snail/scallop cocktail!! Best ever!

– Rick Bayless

Gracias a La Guerrerense por hacernos el día aún más felíz! Fuera de serie! Erizo, caracol, callo!

– Bill Esparza

A poco no cambia la vida después de estar en Ensenada y comer en La Guerrerense? Ya nada es igual!

– Aquiles Chávez