Waterfront Dining at The Atoll

The Atoll

 

We are incredibly excited to present one of our newest partners, The Atoll at the Catamaran Resort Hotel! With twisting streams, flourishing plant life, and gorgeous tropical birds, the Catamaran Resort Hotel is a jungle-like utopia. Situated just steps from the tranquil waters of Mission Bay, The Atoll is the perfect setting for your next special meal with family and friends. This culinary oasis emphasizes California coastal cuisine from Executive Chef Steven Riemer. Steven is inspired by native, seasonal ingredients, translating into a menu that is frequently evolving. Take a seat on the delightful outdoor patio and rejoice in the San Diego sunshine with a rejuvenating cocktail in hand or glass of wine from the broad international wine list.

The Atoll is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch. The lunch and dinner menus are diverse and include selections from both land and sea. A few noteworthy offerings include appetizers like Braised Scallops with spicy rice noodle salad, avocado, citrus and mint, and soups and salads like Cauliflower Soup and Hot Smoked Ruby Trout salad. For your main course, savor mouth watering entrees including Pan Seared Ahi Tuna with sesame sushi rice, jicama, blood orange, and wasabi cream, Roast Duck Breast with confit leg, farro and beets, or Filet Mignon with Red Wine and Gorgonzola Butter served with potatoes dauphinos and Calcot onions. Brunch features a surfeit of breakfast classics in addition to chilled seafood, carved roast meats, an omelet station and even a fresh sushi station! For a dreamy bayside date, couples will delight in the special Sweetheart Dinner for Two offered nightly for a reasonable fixed price with one appetizer, choice of entrée, and a dessert to share.

Parking is trouble-free for restaurant goers with complimentary three hour validation or valet.

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