Where to go: Slapfish at Broccoli Bill’s
Address: 15009 Gray Rd., Noblesville
What to get: Epic Shrimp Burrito
Mike G’s take: Whoa! The Epic Shrimp Burrito is packed with shrimp, tomato, rice, fries, salsa, picked onion and special sauce. Everything in the burrito complements each other and each bite exudes the flavor from a different pocket.
Everything is fresh. You can taste all the ingredients in every bite. All portions are filling. Lots of seafood in each order.
What to try:
•Epic Shrimp Burrito, $11 – Burrito packed with shrimp, tomato, rice, fries, salsa, picked onion and special sauce. Served with chips and salsa.
•Power Bowl, $13 – A nice portion of shrimp, salmon and tilapia, brown rice, vegetables, avocado on a bed of lettuce with a really good dressing. If you’re going for a healthy meal, this is the way to go!
•Clobster Grilled Cheese, $15 – Exactly what it sounds like — a mix of crab and lobster and grilled cheese with a creamy herb sauce. Once you eat this, you can forget about eating a classic grilled cheese sandwich ever again.
•Traditional Lobster Roll (market price) – The classic lobster roll with huge pieces of lobster served on a warm bun with mayo and lemon.
You can’t get fresh seafood for these prices anywhere. The restaurant prides itself on being fast/casual, providing fresh make-to-order meals in 10 minutes or less.
For those not familiar with Noblesville, Slapfish owner Mark Weghorst is the son of Bill Weghorst, who owns Broccoli Bill’s. These two restaurants are the perfect marriage. Broccoli Bill’s is a neighborhood grocery that’s been serving fresh local produce for more than 20 years.