Catch 22 is billed as a seafood restaurant, yet there are as many non-seafood items on its menu as there are seafood items. I get the impression that they started off with a seafood concept (I mean, the place does look like a pimped seashore shack) and then added meat and chicken, and lots of it. In fact, I’d go as far as saying that more than one of their signature dishes are probably non-seafood. The point I’m making is that Catch 22 is very much an all-round restaurant.
The food at Catch 22 is good. I must confess, I’ve stuck to seafood on the two occasions I’ve dined there, and have loved their Blackened Grouper Fish and Crab (try it, you won’t be disappointed). My food-buddie, for some ridiculous reason, tried the Sushi (and enjoyed it). But why would you have Sushi in a place like this? Want Sushi? Go to a proper Japanese restaurant. Anyway, back to the food at Catch 22. It’s good.
Service is also good; friendly and accommodating, if a little slow. Worth a visit.