Delaware North last week announced the opening of Wahoo’s Fish Taco in Terminal 4 at Ontario International Airport in California.
The California-born restaurant brings an Asian-Brazilian twist to the traditional taco concept and offers a wide-ranging menu with made-to-order dishes featuring fresh ingredients.
In addition to serving its namesake fish tacos, Wahoo’s serves a variety of burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas, rice bowls, salads, nachos and more. Wahoo’s Ontario airport outpost will also be open daily for breakfast and will offer a selection of breakfast burritos and tacos.
“Our main goal is to bring a taste of the region to travelers who are passing through the airport,” said Kevin Kelly, president of Delaware North’s travel business. “Wahoo’s has made a name for itself in Southern California and around the world with its eclectic menu offerings, fresh ingredients and laid-back atmosphere, so we’re thrilled to add it to our dining options at Ontario International Airport.”
Founded in Costa Mesa, Calif., in 1988 by brothers Eduardo “Ed” Lee and Renato “Mingo” Lee and Wing Lam, Wahoo’s Fish Taco has expanded to more than 60 restaurants in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Tokyo. Delaware North opened a Wahoo’s at Los Angeles International Airport in 2015.