Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Seafood For Lunch... What A Great Idea!

Our National Seafood Month feature continues this week with more of the best seafood at the Lake of the Ozarks. This blog is all about our delicious seafood options from the lunch menu. Everyone knows that JB Hook's has amazing dinners, but our lunch menu is very impressive too. 


The Shrimp & Oyster Bar menu items that we featured last week are available during lunchtime, which takes place between 11 am - 4 pm daily. You may dine in our bar area, the beautiful Sunset Room, or on the patio when it's nice outside.   

SALADS
We've got 6 incredible salads on our lunch menu, each full of fresh vegetables and other tasty ingredients. They don't begin as a seafood dish, but you are invited to add Shrimp, Grouper, Salmon, Mahi-Mahi, or Ahi Tuna to any one of them. 

SOUP
We serve a Soup Du Jour available that some days contains seafood, but our Salmon Bisque will definitely be on the menu any day that you come in. It contains tender bits of salmon and red onion pureed in a rich and creamy soup with a splash of Anisette. Enjoy it in a cup, a bowl, or as a Hook's Combo paired with either one of our salads or a half-size Pecan Pineapple Chicken Salad Sandwich.


APPETIZERS
You were introduced to a couple of our most popular seafood appetizers last week. Both our Crab Rangoon and Hook's Famous Crunchy Fingers from our Happy Hour menu are available for lunch. You can also order these scrumptious apps. 

Bam Bam Shrimp
Lightly battered shrimp served with a sweet and spicy chipotle sauce.

Stuffed Mushrooms
Large mushroom caps stuffed with spinach, lump crab, and herb cream cheese, baked to a golden brown.

Cajun Style Calamari
Lightly dusted in flour and Cajun spices, flash fried, and served with a side of cocktail sauce.

Hook's Coconut Shrimp
Four large shrimp encrusted in coconut and deep fried to a golden brown, served with Jezebel sauce.

Smoked Trout

Rainbow Trout brined and mesquite smoked in house, served with a dill caper sauce.

Captain John's Crab Cakes
Two succulent lump crab cakes pan-fried and served with raspberry chipotle sauce.


ENTREES
All of our entrees are paired with your choice of a side dish. These include: Sweet Potato Fries, French Fries, Homemade Chips, Coleslaw, or Potato Salad. They all taste great with the following satisfying seafood dishes! 

Mahi Po Boy
Deep fried Mahi-Mahi served on a Hawaiian sub roll with lettuce and tomato, plus Hook's Signature Bam Bam sauce.

Ahi Tuna Steak
Fresh Ahi Tuna pan seared, blackened, or grilled to your liking.

Bam Bam Shrimp Wrap
Lightly battered shrimp, flash fried, then rolled into a wrap with lettuce, tomato, and a sweet and spicy chipotle sauce.

Fish & Chips

A half-pound of hand-battered cod filets fried to perfection and served with house made coleslaw and raspberry chipotle sauce.

Catfish & Chips
A generous portion of farm-raised catfish served with house made coleslaw, jalapeno hush puppies, and raspberry chipotle sauce.



Island Tilapia
Blackened Tilapia topped with mango chutney.

Hook's Famous Crunchy Fish Filet

Delicate, flaky, sustainable Pacific white fish, rolled in frosted flakes, fried to a golden brown, and drizzled with honey. It's served on a Hawaiian sub roll.

Hook's Coconut Shrimp
Seven large shrimp encrusted in coconut, deep fried golden brown, and served with Jezebel sauce.

Fried Shrimp
Seven large shrimp breaded, deep fried golden brown, and served with cocktail sauce.

When you are trying to get in your recommended 2 servings of seafood every week, having it for lunch can be a tasty decision. Our Lake of the Ozarks seafood & steak restaurant gives you lots of delicious choices every day for lunch, dinner, and snack time in between those. Next week, the blog will be all about the amazing seafood dinner menu items at JB Hook's. Happy National Seafood Month! 


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2260 Bagnell Dam Blvd.
Lake Ozark, MO 65049
(573) 365-3255 

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