Good Catch Boil House

 My friends and I discovered a new restaurant called Good Catch Boil House, located in the newly expanding Downtown Markham, north of Toronto. It offers fresh seafood where you can choose to be cooked in different styles like Cajun, szechuan, curry, garlic butter or lemon pepper, served inside a plastic bag to preserve the freshness and flavour. There are also cooked dishes like my favourite lobster roll with Cajun fries, oyster sliders, soft shell crab and the best is the lobster nachos. Best of all, they serve 18 kinds of local Ontario craft beer. My friends and I ordered everything and of course we shared everything. It was such a delicious feast!  You know today is April Fool's day too! Don't be fooled, we all wished that we finished these delicious seafood all by ourselves. For now, we will share the calories. 
Before the meal started we had to wear bibs and plastic gloves to eat.
Lobster nachos.
Soft shell crab with local Muskoka Detour beer and Waterloo Grapefruit beer. 
Love these oyster sliders. 
My favourite lobster rolls with sweet potato fries. 
Lobster rolls with Cajun fries and a bag of spicy mussels.
Our seafood boil feast!

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  1. Oh my, Im watering, what a feast! It seems truly delish Pamela, wish I was there too right now lol! Happy weekend! xo

  2. Gosh, this food looks delicious!
    Kisses, Paola.

  3. Oh my word Pam! Everything looks so delicious.


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