Most Sundays are gloomy, as it marks the end of the weekend and imminent start of a new work week. R and I met up for lunch in Mississauga -a new and unfamiliar area for me. R wanted to check out Port Credit, which is like a waterfront area in Mississauga. I was pleasantly surprised, as I didn’t even realize there would be a waterfront area in Mississauga. Living in Toronto for most of my life, I’ve honestly never venture into the Mississauga area. By the time we got there it was already around 1pm, and I was starving.
We were seated on the patio, and it was really nice that they had these plastic covers up so that it’s not too windy and cold. It’s been getting really cold in Toronto lately. No doubt summer is slipping away fast. The menu futures a wide selection of seafood from rainbow trout, salmon, oysters, and lobsters. I had a tough time debating between the salmon and the trout. I ended up ordering the trout and R ordered the pecan crusted salmon.
Here’s my rainbow trout. I really like the tiny squash on the side. It tasted very yummy. The trout wasn’t bad. It was a bit fishier than I expected, and I’m a huge fish connoisseur. The fish came with this lemon butter on the side, and I put a bit on the fish and it tasted a lot better. I prefer not to have my seafood with butter. I find that a) it’s super unhealthy b) if it’s good seafood you don’t need butter on it. Overall, I was not impressed with my trout and would probably not order it again. I also want to note that the trout was not fresh trout, I could taste that it was from frozen.