The sustainable seafood restaurant’s menu is inspired by cuisines from the shores of the Pacific and uses seasonal ingredients prepared with bold spices and sauces. Notable items include Daily Fresh Catch entrees and Hawaiian Poke with eight daily selections like Lomi Lomi with salmon and California Style with ahi tuna, crab, and citrus aioli. Other popular dishes are Island Tacos, crispy Cabo Calamari with spicy chipotle aioli, Pan-Asian Rice Bowls and Korean Sticky Ribs.
Renowned San Francisco chef, David Gingrass, joined Pacific Catch this month as its executive chef responsible for ongoing food and beverage development, delivering a consistent food quality experience, and food sourcing.
“Pacific-inspired seafood recipes are both interesting and healthful ways to showcase our local ingredients,” says chef Gingrass. “We build our rice bowls, tacos, pokes, and fresh fish entrees around sustainable seafood and present them in a way that are as pleasing to the eye as they are on the palate.”
The restaurant’s new bar design welcomes a variety of occasions and maximizes the guest’s ability to enjoy the great Peninsula weather. The bar menu offers a casual escape with its unique island-inspired artisan cocktails, local craft and international Pacific beers and wines, all carefully selected to compliment the cuisine.
Pacific Catch selected new neighbor and local non-profit, Community School of Music and Arts, as the beneficiary of proceeds collected during opening events. CSMA has been providing adult and children arts education on the Peninsula since 1968.
Mike Tarumi is the restaurant's general manager. Pacific Catch in Mountain View is located at 545 San Antonio Rd. Phone number is (650) 941-1810. Website: www.pacificcatch.com
Restaurant partners Aaron Noveshen and Keith Cox founded Pacific Catch in April 2003 on Chestnut Street in San Francisco. They subsequently opened in Corte Madera in Marin County, on 9th Avenue in the Inner Sunset District of San Francisco, in Campbell at The Pruneyard Shopping Center, and most recently on Third Street in San Mateo.
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