KANALOA SEAFOOD’S NEW DINNER

Kanaloa Seafood at 715 Chapala Street has launched their first-ever dinner menu (Tuesday-Saturday from 5-9 p.m.) offering new dishes that showcase fresh, sustainable seafood along with locally sourced produce from local farmers markets. Highlights include Bouillabaisse with mussels, clams, market fish, shrimp, and scallop in a tomato fennel broth, Seafood Spaghetti with fish of the day in a red pepper cream sauce, and shaved Parmesan, and Pan Seared Campbell River Salmon with a caper white wine sauce, braised swiss chard, crispy radicchio, sautéed mussels and fresh artichoke hearts. Beyond seafood, the menu also features a Roasted Mary’s Chicken Breast with mashed Yukon gold potatoes and ratatouille, in addition to a Kanaloa Wagyu Burger. Kanaloa also recently rolled out several new small plates, like their Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl, Grilled Baby Octopus, Rock Crab Mac & Cheese, Shrimp Cocktail and much more. Call 966- 5159 or visit kanaloaseafood.com.

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3 Responses to KANALOA SEAFOOD’S NEW DINNER

  1. Something Fishy says:

    Tried their new dinner menu last night…Are you kidding? $16 for three fish tacos with no sides (salad, rice beans, etc.). I know the quality of their fish is supposed to be good and the food was tasty but at that price, they lost me.

  2. JCE in SB says:

    The burger was amazing, but disappointed that the Poke bowels are only served at lunch. And only one type of fish taco was available during dinner, which is odd because on the old menu all the fish taco’s were available. The mac ‘n cheese with crab was just okay. I think we will try it for lunch instead of dinner, it seems there is more to choose from during lunch.

  3. Flusher says:

    When ordering fish taco’s, I always ask what “variety” of fish the establishment is using. I went to Kanoloa when the first opened and learned that they were using farm raised Swai in their fish tacos. Not a fan of Swai so I’ve yet to return… If they are charging $16.00 for three tacos, at least serve cod or perhaps halibut.

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