Seafood Dishes to Enjoy at Christner’s
Christner’s is known as an award-winning steakhouse, though our seafood options should not be underestimated.
Hand-selecting seafood from local markets, Christner’s recreates dishes from all over the world, celebrating their flavor and color with guests.
Whether you’re a devoted pescatarian or an avid seafood enthusiast, here are nine dishes to enjoy next time you dine at Christner’s.
Start your dining experience right with our ahi tuna appetizer, a guest favorite. Served with wasabi cream and soy glaze, the yellowfish tuna is seared rare and crusted with sesame seeds.
Christner’s offers a wide variety of appetizers to please your palate. Among them is the Shanghai-style fried calamari.
Christner’s prepares a crispy and tender calamari texture while incorporating sweet and spicy flavors into the dish.
Decadent and satisfying, the lobster bisque is a classic entree of French origin.
One of the most popular seafood soups, bisque is smooth, creamy, and highly seasoned. This makes it a popular choice for Christner’s guests who are looking to savor a lighter meal.
Now that you’ve relished in a flavorful and refreshing appetizer, we are moving onto the next vital decision: the main course.
We hope you’ve saved your appetite for Christner’s Atlantic salmon, which is served with homemade creamy tomato, basil, and capers Tchoupitoulas sauce (pronounced chop-a-too-lus).
Crab cakes are one of the best ways to enjoy crab meat. What is particularly special about this dish is its Cajun lobster sauce, which is as flavorful and festive as New Orleans itself.
Or you may want to branch out and try our oscar-style crab cakes, served with asparagus and bearnaise sauce. Leftovers? Look no further! Check out our recipe for homemade crab cake-stuffed portobello mushrooms.
Another decadent dish is Christner’s tender and juicy lobster. The meal is beautifully presented and equally as delicious.
Sourced from the deepest ocean waters, the cold-water lobster tails are carved tableside and served with clarified butter, melting in your mouth with every bite.
Enjoy any leftover lobster the next morning, with a wonderful lobster omelet.
Grouper is a thin, moist fish that has a unique flavor, large flakes, and a firm texture. At Christner’s, you can enjoy grouper broiled, blackened, or fried.
Try pairing it with a healthy side dish of your choice: whether it be the broccoli au gratin, sauteed mushrooms, or a side of potatoes (baked, skillet or chateau).
Shrimp Scampi Style
Also called langoustines, scampi are tiny crustaceans with pink shells. Italian cooks in the United States replaced shrimp with scampi but kept both names for the newly-born dish.
Since then, the shrimp scampi has been appreciated by many and has seen numerous creative versions. The Christner’s shrimp scampi is cooked with garlic and lemon, served alongside gratifying angel hair pasta.
Last, but certainly not least, we have Christner’s fried shrimp. Served with onion rings and cocktail sauce, the southern classic is crunchy on the outside and bursting with flavor within.