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About Pacific Catch - Corte Madera
Pacific Catch in Corte Madera is a comfortable, West Coast Fish House where friends and family gather to enjoy fresh seafood dishes inspired by flavors from the Pacific Rim. Daily lunch and dinner specials feature the freshest "catch of the day," served in a variety of styles from around the Pacific. Other menu items include Asian Rice Bowls, Meal-size Salads, Sushi Rolls, Fish and Chips and starters including our popular Hawaiian Poke and famous Cabo Calamari. Corte Madera also offers a covered patio with fire pit and an indoor outdoor feel for year round dining and group dining. Full bar available!
Corte Madera, CA 94925
Seafood, Sushi, Hawaiian
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday
11:00am – 9:00pm
Friday - Saturday
11:00am - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Serve your Pacific Catch favorites at your next meeting or house party.
Take-out Catering Platters available for easy pick up and serve.
The Corte Madera Town Center has plenty of parking available within a few steps of our front doors.
Golden Gate Transit has a stop on Hwy. 101 at Paradise Dr.
Private Party Facilities:
Whether it’s hosting your next corporate event or a get together at your place, we’ve got you covered.
Private Party Contact:
Private Dining Coordinator: (415) 927-3474
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Our patio can accommodate groups up to 50 for a private, standing reception or cocktail party. Groups up to 30 for sit down dining. Available Monday through Thursday
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Pacific Catch - Corte Madera Ratings and Reviews
great place for families...lots of kids (all on best behavior too) food is easy, and good, full bar & wine etc. they are accommodating to special requests such as more this, less that etc. we had a fun time with good food and reasonable prices...we went on a Saturday night and I would suggest reservations a must (unless you like to wait)
My wife and I have been going to Pacific Catch for five years now and have frequented all locations while attending events in their respective areas. What strikes us both is the consistency of the food and a commitment to the highest standards in the industry.
Menu changes bring fresh ideas and creative combinations that compare to some of the finest restaurants in the Bay Area. Yet what is lacking is the pretentiousness and high prices that one almost expects living in the Bay. Managers often oversee dishes as they leave the kitchen; servers are attentive with good follow through.
Kudos to Pacific Catch.
I have always loved this place. My wife and I have been going here since we were in high school. It is a great place to enjoy a wonderful meal and an adult beverage. On this particular outing, the service was a lot slower than it usually is. The waiter was friendly, but he was just spread out over to many tables. Overall, it was a good time and we will definitely be returning.
Usually a good choice for a casual meal, Pacific Fresh disappointed us this time. The service was slow and uncaring. One of us requires gluten free meals, and the waiter said he passed this on to the chef, but the food was contaminated. Our celiac's reaction was strong and sudden, so we think the waiter didn't take us seriously. Also, we had called earlier and were told they were busy, but when we arrived a short while later, they had many empty tables. They still gave us a bad one. Perhaps this was punishment for using Open Table. Our reservation ( made quickly when we were told they had no tables) was not in their system. An all around poor performance by Pacific Catch.
My order was incorrect. My kid's chicken tenders were so overdone and dry, I couldn't even cut it into pieces. Server did not pick up all the garbage on the table which I left on the edge of the table so she could see it. My entree was disappointing (and I have been to the location on Chestnut many times) so I know what it should look like. I had 1 and a half slices of avocado in my wasabi bowl. What was up with the half slice? The other items in the bowl were skimpy.
While the food was very good and the overall service good, this restaurant should learn or teach its staff not to bring the client's entrees while the customer is still eating his/her apertizer. Beside crowding the table, it makes the entrée lose its serving temperature. It would have been nice to bring the drinks as fast since we had to wait 15 minutes for a glass of wine.
Open Table recommended this location since it was close to where we were staying. It was easy to find, very cozy with friendly folks. The food was well prepared and tasty. Presentation was beautiful down to the drinking straws. My husband & I had seafood dishes. He had a mixed fried seafood dish & I had a grilled salmon salad. Both were very generous portions with enough to take home but, we were hungry so we at it all. We had a wonderful Shrimp ceviche that was very tasty with large chunks of avocado. We will come again!
Lovely lunch outdoors with my daughter. The staff was attentive but not pushy. My daughter loved her salmon sandwich. I had the Poke Special appetizer, which made a fine meal. I love the Ahi Salad with poke, but the last time I tried to order it, I ended up with the grilled ahi. The menu needs to be clearer so that a person can order and get what they intend.
The food is wonderful with lots of healthy choices. When our friends arrived late due to traffic, the waiter accommodated our requests: just drinks for us for now, then we ordered for us, then we ordered for our friends before they arrived, then they ordered their beverages. We made it to our theater matinee - helped by terrific service.
We feel the price of the items on the menu is kept low because the quality of the seafood is not particularly good. This is a corporate chain of restaurants, one should expect that you get what you pay for, so caveat emptor (buyer beware).
The coconut shrimp was pretty awful – probably came from the freezer, pre-breaded with some coconut coating and thrown into the deep fryer. The shrimp I had no taste and the texture was questionable.
The rice bowls were drenched with the dressing of your choice, – the Thai green curry was very spicy and overpowered the taste of the fish and the rice/salad, and the Korean BBQ sauce was just salty and tasted like it just came out of a bottle.
Our server was quite terrific and helpful, she made the evening.
The new LED lighting, particularly from the overhead pendants, is extremely bright and unpleasant to dine under. Noticeably bright to be irritating. Not a good corporate decision...
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