Craving a fish dish that you don’t have to slave over the oven to cook? Look no further than Rockland Seafood in Bardonia. Though they closed last winter for a much-needed four month break, the 20-year old Rockland Seafood has been back all summer — and is celebrating its grand reopening with two new, cooked-to-order specialties.
The first new entrée is fish tacos, with salmon, rock shrimp, or flounder. What makes these tacos (which are huge, especially for $4.99 each) so special are the following ingredients: shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, and sour cream and lime dressing. Another new dish: salmon burgers ($9.99) and tuna burgers ($11.99) on a sesame seeded bun. Call ahead by 15 minutes, and they’ll have the tacos and burgers waiting for you. You may also want to try the famous pistachio-crusted halibut for $14.99. And yes, if you’d rather cook fish your own way at home, owners Tom DeCelestino and Josh Rosen, shown left and right above, and Brian Smith are always ready to help you make a choice from their extensive fresh fish selection.
Details: 110 Route 304, 845-624-3660.
Story and photo by Sandra Levy