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Pacific Catch’s Seafood Menu is a Must-Sea

Pacific Catch’s Seafood Menu is a Must-Sea

Pacific Catch has been serving fresh seafood with an exciting Pacific twist to local eaters for the past 15 years. Now with 7 locations across the San Francisco Bay Area, their clean and sustainable menu has drawn diners to their sustainable, West Coast style seafood.

If you haven’t had a chance to try them out yet, make sure to start off with their signature Cabo Calamari and the Korean Sticky Ribs. As experts in all things seafood, their staple deep fried calamari dish is a surefire delight to fans of seafood classics or deep fried dishes–you really can’t go wrong with this choice. And even though Pacific Catch specializes in specimens of the sea, their saucy, juicy ribs are finger-licking good, literally.

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For those of us who are trying to be particularly health conscious this year, Pacific Catch is offering a Clean Catch menu for a limited time. The crave-able Clean Catch menu is focused on seasonal, sustainable seafood, helping you maintain a balanced diet while enjoying a drool-worthy meal.

Run, don’t walk, as this nourishing-yet-scrumptious menu ends mid-March. If you want a fail-free option, the salmon bowl has been the menu’s belle of the ball; with quinoa, avocado, roasted cauliflower, and pesto, it’s as filling as it is delicious. The miso glazed black cod with baby kale and forbidden rice is also a fan favorite, and not forbidden at all since it’s so healthy. It’s colorful, simple, and of course super nutritious.

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Their drinks aren’t too shabby, either. Try the kumquat mojito or the blood orange margarita–you’ll fuel on vitamins while working on a nice buzz. Make sure to save room for dessert–the crispy dulce de leche spring roll will have you living the dulce vita. It’s worth the extra sugar, especially after such a sensible feast.

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