The cocktail menu impresses with infusions, fresh fruit and more.
The wait staff knows their seafood. Ask them to describe any assortment of oysters and fresh fish and they’ll impress.
All the raw dishes showcase just how fresh the seafood is.
Good to Know
The menu is split into raw, cold, hot and shareable dishes. Mix and match amongst all parts of the menu.
The shareable items can easily feed three or more people, so bring friends along to try more dishes.
Crispy Rice Cakes
Pink Versus ($15)
Black Smoke ($18)
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Catch captures the essence of its trendy Meatpacking district – with its stylish, airy second-floor restaurant via an all-black elevator, hosts lead them straight to the bar, and some might get a glimpse of an A-Lister or two. “Top Chef” winner Hung Huynh puts playful food and drinks at the heart of his exciting seafood establishment. At the cocktail bar, mixologists stir refreshingly original beverages, like a black sesame-infused gin drink (Pink Venus) and a blackberry mezcal elixir rimmed with spicy cayenne salt (Black Smoke). And from the sushi bar, chefs wrap fresh seafood in surprising sauces, like miso-honey and curry aioli – and offer Hamachi Tartare sprinkled with potato chips.
The third floor boasts an open kitchen where you can see all the action. Dishes excel most when they boast unexpected textures: Crispy Rice Cakes feature a bed of diced tuna atop a sliver of crunchy rice while the breadcrumb-topped Lobster Macaroni is served al dente, sweetened with rich claw meat and creamy mascarpone. Whole fried red snapper presented tableside and Lobster Cantonese are the real show stoppers. To end the meal, the S'mores Pizza is both as gooey and crunchy as ones from the campfire, but the dish wouldn't be complete without its own surprise -- this time, in the form of wonderful homemade burnt marshmallow ice cream.
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