starterIn the Middle Ages it wasn’t unknown to have as many as twenty courses at a formal meal, and even today, in very formal settings, ten courses or more are sometimes served. In our busy lives, it’s quite a luxury to be able to take the time to enjoy three courses. Make the time and indulge. Here are some recommendations for a three-course meal at go fish! In Rehoboth Beach?

It’s traditional to start with a light salad or soup, so think about having the clam chowder, the classic Caesar salad or the plate of organic field greens to begin. Or, if you want to stick with the fishy theme, opt for a plate of delicious crab cakes or a shrimp Caesar salad.

Another popular option is to choose a small taster to contrast with your main course. So, if you’ve decided on the savory beer battered fish as your main, opt for a sweeter starter, like the coconut shrimp, or a spicier option like the tandoori chicken skewers.

If you’ve started with fish, then beer battered sausages and chips, traditional shepherd’s pie, or breast of chicken are a great second course. And if you’ve started your meal with the soup or salad, then indulge with the bangers and mash, fisherman’s pie, or seafood platter.

No indulgent meal would be complete, of course, without a great dessert. The sticky toffee pudding tastes especially good after fish, or if you’ve stuck with the lighter options all the way through starter and main, then try the beer-battered cheesecake. If you’ve chosen the spicier tandoori or spicy mayo options, then the Key lime pie is especially nice and refreshing to end your meal. Or simply opt for Prince William’s groom’s cake, all washed down, of course, with a great cup of tea or full-flavored beer.

We will be waiting for you at go fish! in Rehoboth Beach — a Best of Delaware restaurant.