Definitely a popular spot with the business lunch crowd, Catch 35 offers some of the freshest seafood you will find in Chicago. Whether you prefer one ... More
Definitely a popular spot with the business lunch crowd, Catch 35 offers some of the freshest seafood you will find in Chicago. Whether you prefer one of the many Asian-accented fish dishes or a juicy Australian lobster tail, your appetite will be whetted by the display case brimming with the best the sea has to offer. The ambiance is quite comfortable as well; the lighting is dim and the wood/marble trim lends an easy elegance to your dining experience. The price tag, however, can be a bit intimidating, with most dishes ranging between $20 and $40. This is a good place to dine if you are on an expense account. Also, if you have theater tickets, the restaurant's proximity to the theater district makes it an excellent choice for a pre- or post-show bite. Another location is at 35 South Washington, Naperville.
We had a 5:45 resv and were seated promptly.
3 of us had seafood: grouper, sea bass,and whitefish - all were fresh tasting and perfectly prepared.
Our appetizer, the wok-fried calamari with pepper oils, was way too spicy-hot for us but our attentive waiter, Paul, took the dish away and replaced it with the more traditional battered calamari which was excellent. When the bill came, Paul pointed out that a credit had been applied for the first dish we did not like.
Their signature desert, the key lime pie, was a delicious way to end the meal.
All in all a very pleasant meal with good food and great service from Paul.
My husband and I always like to try at least one new restaurant every time we visit Chicago -- Catch 35 was our latest adventure and it was outstanding. We were seated promptly at the time of our reservation and the service through out the evening was outstanding. Every course was fantastic -- from the seared yellow fin tuna appetizer to the flourless chocolate cake. The entire staff was attentive without being overbearing. Our waiter was extremely knowledgable about everything on the menu and made excellent recommendations.
The prices were very reasonable considering that the vegetable and starch were included with the entree. We would highly recommend Catch 35 and plan to visit again the next time we are in town.
We had an excellent meal at Catch 35. We had no reservations but were able to be seated at 6:30pm on a busy X'mas shopping weekend. The service was prompt and very attentive and the waiter made excellent recommendations from our meal selections to wines. We both had seafood - grilled tuna and grouper - which were fresh and simply but well prepared. Accompanying veggies were crisp and fresh. Only disappointment came with a "not-so-fresh" creme brulle, but when we pointed it out it was whisked away and a fresh one prepared which was worth the wait.
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