At Wildfish Seafood Grille, 1834 N. Loop 1604 W., diners can start with a salad make with greens from Blue Bonnet Hydroponic Produce in Schertz.
One variation we tried comes with an Asian-tinged sesame oil dressing. The pungent greens are lightly tossed with walnuts, green beans and a dried fruit described as cross between a raspberry and a cherry.
The other mix we sampled featured peppery arugula leaves and marinated wild mushrooms topped with an excellent goat cheese. Every last leaf disappeared from the plate all too quickly.
One of the GO TEXAN entrée specials will a gulf shrimp scampi that will please any garlic lover. Fresh tomatoes, shallots and plenty of garlic were tossed in a lemon-butter sauce and sautéed with five jumbo shrimp that were firm yet full of natural sweetness. Grilled toast on the side were perfect for sopping up every last drop of sauce.
Wildfish is one of the restaurants participating in the GO TEXAN Restaurant Round-Up that will donate a portion of the proceeds of sales of the special entrées to the San Antonio Food Bank. So, you’ll be helping others while enjoying an excellent meal featuring local products.
For more information on participating restaurants, click here.
Wildfish Seafood Grille,
1834 N. Loop 1604 W.