Where is Wahoo’s Fish Taco Corporate office Headquarters

Wahoo’s Fish Taco Headquarters Address and Contact

Wahoo's Fish Taco
  • Address: 2855 Pullman Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705-5713, United States

  • Phone Number:

  • Fax Number: 949-222-0750

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees:  5500

  • Established: 1988

  • Founder: Eduardo Lee, Mingo Lee and Wing Lam

  • Key People: Mr. Wing Lam (Co-Founder and Partner)

Wahoo’s Fish Taco Headquarters Location & Directions

Wahoo’s Fish Taco Headquarters Executive Team



Mr. Mingo Lee

Co-founder, Partner and Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Ed Lee


Mr. Tom Orbe

Vice President

About Wahoo’s Fish Taco, History and Headquarters Information

Wahoo’s Fish Taco was founded in the year 1988. The company has been active for almost 31 years now. The founders of the company were Wing Lam, Mingo Lee and Eduardo Lee. The company started serving Baja California-style fish tacos with the help of its first restaurant. The first restaurant of the company was funded by an amount of $30,000. By the year 1994, the company had opened additional locations in Laguna Beach and Costa Mesa. As of the year 1995, the company had its presence in six different locations. As of the year 201, the company had 22 restaurants under its name and had planned to open 40 more by the end of the year 2006. By the year 2005, the company had 36 restaurants. As of the year 2013, the company had almost 64 restaurants under its name and also planned to open its first international restaurant in Tokyo, Japan. The headquarters of the company is based in 2855 Pullman Street. The name of the place is Santa Ana, while the name of the state is California, United States. The pin code is 92705-5713.

Wahoo’s Fish Taco is an American restaurant company that focuses on providing various kinds of Mexican, Brazillian and Asian fas and casual dishes and recipes, to its customers. The current CFO of the company is Mingo Lee. As of the current date, the company has more than 5,500 employees working.

 The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to enjoy and fast and casual restaurant food, which is based on Mexican, Brazillian and Asian flavours, produced by the company itself. The company’s restaurants also provide vegetarian options as well, such as tofu, banzai veggies, brown rice, along with a kids special menu too. The restaurant serves Wahoo fish in its tacos.

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  • Mark says:

    Just went to your Chino Hills location and I wanted to comment on my poor experience. I ordered a very simple meal (chicken taco’ s with black beans and white rice with chips and Pico de gallo, the employee informed they were out of black beans so i adjusted my order, figured it a one time thing then she came back and told me they were out of Pico de Gallo. When I finally get the food it came back dry and tasting like reheated left overs. The quality of the restaurant seems to have declined over the last few years and has me looking for a new place to eat at. The employees don’t seem to care what they put out and seem to think it is ok to offer you less and charge you more for your food. Hopefully the people in charge of the quality of the food the restaurant puts out will recognize this problem and work to correct this in the future. This seems to be an on going trend at Wahoo’s which did not exist a couple years ago. I have been going to Wahoo’s for many years and have always liked their food. In past few years I have noticed their store hours and the food they have been putting out has been steadily declining. I hope they view this and make the necessary changes in the future to correct this and bring it back to what it used to be.

  • Richard V Rueb says:

    Hello Wahoo,

    I have been enjoying your meals since Y2K. Started eating the 2-Enchilata meal with white rice and black beans wanting extra salso at your Baker/Bristol store in 2000…

    Yesterday, we ate at your new Las Vegas store on Flamingo & Valley View. The Enchilatas tasted like they came out of Stoufer box dinner. Terrible. Rice & beans was good. Salsa was off! Not so happy with your Vegas presence so far. Ate at your Russell store about 3 times over past 5 years. Not near the Baker store! Or the El Toro store, or the Placentia store. Oh, my wife just said I should mention your Fashion Island store. It is good also.

    Just believed you would want to know what a, formerly, loyal customer thinks.

    Perhaps you could put a store in the Downtown Sumerlin if you can get your cooks to improve the other Vegas menu meals.

    The other Newport Beach, Irvine cafe we enjoy is Pinini’s on SCH in Corona Del Mar.


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