Seafood lovers rejoice: Toronto favourite The Captain’s Boil has docked on Canada’s West Coast for the first time – in Richmond.
This Southern-style seafood-focused eatery, which recently opened on Capstan Way, offers diners heaping mounds of seafood (think crabs, lobster, clams, snow/king crabs, shrimps, mussels from NZ, and more), and of course crawfish from the Gulf Coast of Louisiana – plucked straight from the fishermen’s daily catch.
Tossed in exotic spices from around the globe and boiled to perfection, The Captain’s Boil’s sweet-tasting crustaceans are piled high on butcher’s paper covered tables. Diners can throw in corn on the cob or cajun fries on the side for good measure.
Armed with a bib and a pair of crackers only, a meal at The Captain’s Boil promises to be a deliciously messy, hands-on affair.
Drink wise, diners can seal the deal with soda, beer, sake, and soju.
At 2200 square feet, The Captain’s Boil offers seating for around 92 guests.
Take a look at the buckets of seafood served up at The Captain’s Boil:
Address: 1226 – 8338 Capstan Way, Richmond