By Melanie Garcia
What was once the winter home of Henri Levy, the founder and developer of Normandy Isle, has been transformed into the charming Catch 10 Seafood Bistro. Built in 1922, this historical landmark offers a quaint and cozy inside seating, as well as tropical outdoor dining area, where you’ll discover some of the most delicious and freshest seafood in town.
We started with Crab Chowder Soup ($6) and were instantly hooked. The thick, creamy broth with a fresh medley of vegetables was warm and homey. The Caprese Salad ($9), drizzled perfectly with a simple balsamic reduction, is just one of the many healthy salad selections available.
Catch 10 offers a variety of pastas, most infused with some type of seafood. We ordered the Linguine Grouper Medallion ($18) served with a delicious and rich lemon butter cream sauce. The pasta was tasty and added the perfect seasoning to the grouper, which was flaky, fresh and tender. We also highly recommend the signature dish, Catch 10 Seafood Mix ($20), an array of grilled shrimp, scallops, calamari, and clams, topped with sautéed red peppers and onions.
For those who want something other than seafood, Catch 10 offers “All American on Land” options, such as filet mignon, rib eye, chicken breast and skirt steak among others. All dishes come with your choice of garlic mashed potatoes, grilled vegetables, basket of homemade fries, baked potato, sautéed mushrooms, and beer-battered onion rings.
Get a taste of old South Florida in this lush, paradise setting, while experiencing contemporary, innovative cuisine. It’s a must for both locals and tourists.
Catch 10 also serves breakfast and lunch.
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