Main Catch: A Foodie
By The Foodies./ email@example.com
If you want to catch the foodie bug, Main Catch in Commack
offers customers a unique variety of dining options, from
seafood to steak and a wide array of sushi platters. If you
come hungry, you cant go wrong.
Restaurant owner Tony Gambino, who also owns a seafood restaurant
in Lindenhurst, said he opened the North Shore location in
September to expand the variety of options he offers to customers.
The space on Jericho Turnpike was the former Southside Fish
One look at the Main Catch menu and you will be overwhelmed
by the abundance this location has to offer. The crispy calamari
($11.95) appetizer is the perfect combination of tender and
flaky, with just the right amount of butter that it melts
in your mouth. The Out of Control roll ($17.95)
is where big eye tuna toro meets lobster, tastefully combined
with scallions, wasabi mayo, chive oil, almond flakes and
onionthe creative pairing will leave you wishing you
had control of your appetite.
The lobster bisque ($7.95) is a happy marriage of lobster
and creamy sherry bisque, tastefully presented with a tender
lobster claw. Diners must try the Catchs take on New
England clam chowder, a well-balanced, delicate version of
the classic dish, highlighted with generous portions of clam.
The Newport Shrimp and Scallops ($23.95) are served over capellini
pasta and sautéed in a flavorful saffron sauce. Without
a doubt, their seafood products are as fresh as they come.
If youre a chipotle enthusiast, Georges Bank Filet
of Sole ($23.95) is worth your taste buds time. Stuffed
with lobster and served with garlic sautéed spinach
and mashed potatoes, the medley leaves little to be desired.
If you have room for it, the chocolate mousse served with
mixed berries is a light, sweet touch to send you happily
swimming on your way.
1095 Jericho Turnpike, Commack