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“Fun spot for a casual dinner”
Review of Pacific Catch

Pacific Catch
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Ranked #4 of 188 Restaurants in Campbell
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $30 - $30
Cuisines: Seafood
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Good for: Bar scene
Dining options: Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Campbell Avenue
Description: Pacific Catch is a comfortable West Coast Fish House bringing together local California sensibility and the spirit of island hospitality. happy hour | outside seating | dog friendly outdoor seating | full bar
Reviewed September 3, 2013

My husband and I sat at the bar for a casual early dinner. Had fun with the bartender and appreciated his explanations of the food options. Had excellent seafood. It is a lively place with outdoor seating option, nice décor, good vibe.

Thank Gayle T
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Reviewed August 28, 2013

Being from Texas, I have never had Poke, so I was excited to have the opportunity to try it. The staff was very helpful and explained the choices while asking me questions about my preferences.
The presentation of the food is as good as the food itself.
Will definitely return!

Thank ajackline
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Reviewed July 18, 2013

Great food, enjoyed coming a couple of times. It can be quite loud, but the food is amazing. The sweet potato fries are amazing, had the shrimp ceviche to start and it was excellent. Had the japanese rice bowl with seared ahi tuna to share, and they very nicely split it into 2 bowls for us. Lemon grass ice tea was yum and finished of with just enough space to share mochi ice cream balls with chocolate sauce. Yum yum yum!

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Thank travellingblue
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Reviewed June 8, 2013

I'm not much for chain restaurants, but lunch here was a pleasant surprise.

Went for lunch after a movie. Several sushi selections, numerous taco selections. I had a wasabi rice bowl. So large I couldn't finish it. Lots of pieces of tuna sashimi, veggies, lots of rice (you get your choice of white or brown). Only $15.00. You can mix and match from the extensive menu.

They serve wine by the glass, half-carafe, and bottle. Close to three dozen selections. Fair prices. Two flat panel TVs at the bar. Friendly, attractive bartender-Tatum. Bar seating and dining room seating, the latter being a little cramped.

I've tried several times to eat here, but could never find parking near it in The Pruneyard. The shopping center does so well that they need another multi-storey parking structure.

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Thank John O
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Reviewed May 26, 2013 via mobile

Our party of three begin with fried calamari rings And Hawaiian shrimp poke (ceviche). All fried calamari rings taste the same unless fried in pig lard but this one had a very interesting twist. The calamari was served with thinly sliced floured fried lemon and jalapenos slices. Weird twist but incredibly tasty, but then again being offered fried pickles at a London pub was weird also. Poke is the Hawaiian version of ceviche. The shrimp was succulent and not rubbery overcooked from the lime juice. There was a nice balance between the lime Juice and the spices, with a hint of small pieces of avocado. Served with taco chips it was very good, but I prefer the ceviches I've tasted in Peru Ecuador or Mexico.
The fish and chips were boring with small small portion of coleslaw and just a small pieces of fish covered in heavy better. My Ahi tuna sushi roll waded on an eel and soy sauce mix laced with roasted sesame seeds. Yummy.
Try the lemon grass infused iced green tea.

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Thank EDominguezMIA
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