US-based casual restaurant chain Rockfish Seafood & Grill has expanded its offerings with the launch of a range of food items.
The new menu consists of seafood and non-seafood options, including deviled eggs topped with lobster, crab & artichoke stuffed salmon, ahi tuna poke bowl, crab topped Alaska cod, lobster roll and a burger.
The restaurant has revamped existing items such as flash fried calamari with blistered shishito peppers, Alaska cod & chips and mussels.
The company has also replaced its mashed potatoes with loaded smashed potatoes and mashed sweet potatoes with sweet potato tots, topped with basil-parmesan and a side of truffle aioli.
Rockfish Seafood & Grill CEO Seth Wilkinson said: “We have always had a significant amount of food that we make from scratch, but with this new menu, about 99% of the items will be scratch made in-house.”
The restaurant chain has enhanced many ingredients on the menu such as a sushi grade Ahi Tuna, replacing pollock with Alaska cod as well as chicken breast with a larger product, and upgrading steak to a beef tenderloin filet.
Rockfish has also introduced an online ordering and delivery service to customers across all of its locations to make the business more accessible.
Wilkinson added: “We wanted to ensure our guests have carryout options and access to a variety of high quality, chef inspired dishes.
“Our goal is to meet the growing demand of both families and solo diners looking to simplify needs by offering affordable, made from scratch delicious options all of our guests will enjoy.”
The seafood restaurant currently operates eight locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, two locations in Houston, and one in Lubbock, Texas.