Seafood restaurant

Summary

Fish and lobster at the Shamrock Hotel seafood restaurant in Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong Kong
Union Oyster House exterior in Boston, Massachusetts, one of the oldest continuously open restaurants in America.
The interior of Desire Oyster Bar in French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana

A seafood restaurant is a restaurant that specializes in seafood cuisine and seafood dishes, such as fish and shellfish. Dishes may include freshwater fish. The concept may focus upon the preparation and service of fresh seafood,[1] (as opposed to frozen products). Some seafood restaurants also provide retail sales of seafood that consumers take home to prepare.[1] Seafood restaurants may have a marine-themed decor, with decorations such as fish nets, nautical images and buoys.[1][2] Fare can vary due to seasonality in fish availability and in the fishing industry.[2][3] Seafood restaurants may offer additional non-seafood items, such as chicken and beef dishes.[2]

Types

Upscale and midscale seafood restaurants may offer more selections compared to quick-service restaurants.[2] Some are located nearby or on a waterfront.[2]

Fare

Fare in seafood restaurants may include fresh and frozen fish, shellfish, crawfish, shrimp, crab, lobster, mussels and oysters.[4] Some have a raw bar area where raw shellfish products are prepared, such as raw oysters.[4][5]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Successful Restaurant Design - Regina S. Baraban, Joseph F. Durocher
  2. ^ a b c d e Start Your Own Restaurant and More - Entrepreneur Press, Jacquelyn Lynn
  3. ^ Starting A Restaurant Business Guide: A Startup Guide With Planning Tips And ... - Rick P. Wooten
  4. ^ a b Koeller, Kim; La France, Robert (2010). Allergen Free Dining in Steak and Seafood Restaurants. R & R Publishing. pp. 12–16. ISBN 0982959915.
  5. ^ Jacobson, Michael F.; Hurley, Jayne (2002). Restaurant Confidential. Workman Publishing. pp. 189–206. ISBN 0761178864.

External links

  • Media related to Seafood restaurants at Wikimedia Commons