|Cuisine Type |||American, Eclectic, Fusion, Seafood|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Hotel Dining, Power Scenes, Sexy, Trendy, Fine Dining|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Brunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Great Wine List, Notable Chef, Private Room(s), Tasting Menus|
|Dining Room: Mon – Fri 11:30AM – 1:30PM; 5:30PM – 9:30PM; Sat 5:30PM – 9:30PM Oyster Bar: Mon – Fri 11:30AM – 10PM; Sat 5PM – 10PM|
Profile Last Updated: June 02, 2008
Catch, one of the city's newest restaurants, operates out of the second level of the historic Bank of Canada building, while the oyster bar opens up directly on to Stephen Avenue Mall. The restaurant is a classy affair, and for a bit more casual of environment folks head into the Oyster Bar at Catch. There is a live lobster and crab tank, open kitchen and of course, the oysters themselves. The oyster bar features a private "white wine" dining room, surrounded by a showcase white wine cellaring system, for up to 26 people. Chef Michael Noble, the directing force behind the food, is having fresh fish and oysters flown in daily from all over the world, while the crab is served fresh from the live crab and lobster tanks.
On the Menu
The elegance of the dining room is warm and allows customers to relax and enjoy themselves in an inviting environment that sports professional service and is perfect for anniversary dinners, first dates, or just a wonderful meal with close friends. The menu sports many customer favourites including plenty of AAA Black Angus beef. Choose the New York cut or tenderloin. Your taste buds will thank you when you add either the Digby scallops or a half lobster to your beef selection. There are plenty of other seafood items on the menu including Today’s Catch
Catch was voted "The Best New Restaurant in Canada" by enRoute magazine and their chef, Michel Noble, won the 1999 "Chef of the Year" by the Federation of Chefs and Cooks. Their new chef, award winning, Marc Schoene has also has some famous dishes worth checking out!