Friday, November 16, 2012

Fish Shack

November 16, 2012

Oysters: Summer Breeze - 3

J's comment > meaty and delicate, not fishy at all, great with the cocktail sauce

Red Snapper Fish & Chips served with fries, tartar sauce, lemon & kimchi coleslaw - 2+

1lb of mussels, Classic style: White wine, herbs, garlic, shallots - 2+


Variety of oysters (shown below): Malpeque, Raspberry Point, Beach, Gigamoto, Kumamto - 2+

J's comment > Sorry, I don't know which is which, but they all tasted OK. I put cocktail sauce on all of them, so that would have masked their original flavour a bit. Good news is none of them were so bad that even cocktail sauce didn't help!






Small Catch for 2: Dungeness crab, mussels, snow crab, prawns, calamari, crayfish, potatoes, corn, chorizo - 2

J's comment > the snow crab was to die for with the dipping butter (not shown), but other than that, the dungeness crab I can steam at home myself, prawns were slightly mushy, calamari was OK, crayfish was OK. This Small Catch was waaaay better than Cray's though.

Shark Bite: bacardi limon rum, banff ice vodka, bols blue, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, dash of grenadine - 2+

Sunday Bloody Sunday:  jameson irish whiskey, clamato, horseradish, tabasco, worcestershire, fresh lime juice, s&p, topped with a fresh clam - 1

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Extra Comment
FYI, it's Buck-a-Shuck oysters everyday from opening to 6pm




Labels: casual, downtown, granville, oyster, seafood

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