At Doc’s we collect fresh, hand selected seafood from around the world for our guests. We purchase our seafood from responsible, trusted and sustainable sources to ensure the ecological health of our rivers, lakes and oceans. Below is a little bit about our fish.
Atlantic Salmon Farce Islands, Scotalnd
The atlantic salmon is native to the basin of the North Atlantic Ocean. Food safety is an important aspect of why ocean-farmed salmon is so beneficial. Salmon is one of the safest fish for consumption on the market, combining great nutrition and taste with a high degree of food safety.
Mahi Mahi Quespos, Costa Rica
The mahi mahi is found worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans, with the greatest numbers believed to be in the Indian Ocean and western Pacific. It is relatively low in calories compared to other lean protein sources, such as chicken breast with 141 calories per 3 oz. or 95 percent lean ground beef with 145 calories per 3 oz.
Swordfish George’s Bank, Massachusetts
The Swordfish is found in oceans around the world. They tend to stick to areas of the water that are warmer. The majority of them though are found in the Pacific Ocean. Swordfish is nutrient dense, so it can help you meet your nutrient needs while staying within your calorie limits to promote a healthy body weight.
Tilapia Coral Gables, Florida
Tilapia are mainly freshwater fish, inhabiting shallow streams, ponds, rivers and lakes, and less commonly found living in brackish water. Tilapia does not contain any carbohydrates, making it an excellent meal for those individuals taking part in a low carbohydrate diet.
Shrimp Guayaquil, Ecuador
Shrimp are marine crustaceans that are found on the bottom of the water in nearly every environment around the world. The shrimp lives on the river beds and ocean floors, filtering sand and particles in the water. Shrimp packs a wallop of protein (18 grams per 3 ounce serving), and with only 83 calories and 1 gram of fat per serving, it is healthy and so delicious.
Scallops George’s Bank, Massachusetts
Scallops are found worldwide, and they may live from the intertidal zone to the deep sea. When you think of the term “sea shell,” a scallop might shell might instantly come to mind. Scallops have fan-shaped shells, often with ridges or ribs. Scallops are a popular shellfish used in many styles of cooking. Nutritionally, scallops are low in both calories and fat and a healthful addition to any diet.