Red Lobster Red Lobster: Red Lobster's Codzilla Crispy Cod Fish Sandwich is Now Available in Canada Red Lobster's Codzilla Sandwich is Available Now!

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Take a bite out of something new from Red Lobster, where their new Handcrafted Sandwich Menu is now available in Canada.

Originally launched on April 12, Red Lobster's Handcrafted Sandwich Menu includes three new sandwiches, highlighted by their Crispy Cod Fish Sandwich, which the chain has nicknamed "Codzilla".

We've listed each new sandwich to give you a taste of what's available.

  • Crispy Cod Sandwich – one seriously big fish sandwich with a 6-8oz piece of hand-battered wild-caught cod, piled high with crunchy slaw and tartar sauce, served on a toasted brioche bun
  • Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich – spicy-sweet chicken tenders drizzled with ranch, topped with fresh lettuce and zesty banana peppers, served on a toasted brioche bun
  • Wagyu Bacon Cheeseburger – premium marbled Wagyu beef, perfectly crisp bacon and sharp white cheddar, topped with lettuce and tomato, served on a toasted brioche bun

For reference, all three sandwiches come with your choice of side and prices start at $13.99 in Toronto (pricing may vary by region). All three are available to order online, in-restaurants or through your favourite food delivery apps.

Red Lobster's Handcrafted Sandwiches are available at participating restaurants in Canada for a limited time -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • That looks......

      Surprisingly really good! Hopefully, it is well executed to back it up.
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    • $15 may be a bit on the high side 😉
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    • Here's the Nashville HOT Chicken sandwich:

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    • What makes it Nashville hot? IS that when they dip it right after frying in the hot sauce oil?
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    • Gutty96 wrote: What makes it Nashville hot? IS that when they dip it right after frying in the hot sauce oil?
      First clue is the hot banana peppers, lol
      Spicy battered chicken breast, Nashville honey mayo and honey lime coleslaw. Served on a toasted brioche bun.
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    • playnicee1 wrote: First clue is the hot banana peppers, lol
      Spicy battered chicken breast, Nashville honey mayo and honey lime coleslaw. Served on a toasted brioche bun.
      Ya, I still thought a proper Nashville hot gets a dunk in hot sauce before it goes on the bun.
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    • Gutty96 wrote: Ya, I still thought a proper Nashville hot gets a dunk in hot sauce before it goes on the bun.
      That might still be what they do. The pic shows a nice glaze.
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    • Companies are just using Nashville hot chicken as a marketing gimmick these days and calling any spicy chicken sandwich a Nashville hot chicken sandwich.

      If it's actually a Nashville hot chicken style sandwich it should be dunked or brushed with spicy oil.
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    • Those are some good looking sandwiches. Will give the Codzilla a shot this week.
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    • Gutty96 wrote: Ya, I still thought a proper Nashville hot gets a dunk in hot sauce before it goes on the bun.
      Wkndering if the red lobster isn't in Nashville if it is really a Nashville hot chicken sammich... 😂


      San maraznio tomatoes.... Champagne....
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    • KevinM56081 wrote: Wkndering if the red lobster isn't in Nashville if it is really a Nashville hot chicken sammich... 😂


      San maraznio tomatoes.... Champagne....
      Lol,
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    • I've had a bunch of these "nashville hots" over last summer since they seemed to be THE trend on every pub patio.. I don't get the hype personally

      I actually dislike the oilyness, a lot
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    • If I was still working in the office, I'd probably try these from the RL on the main floor
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    • Tried last evening. Lots of fish, lightly breaded, tastes very fresh not frozen. The slaw is crispy and chunky, the lemon aioli is tangy. Fries were very good. Brioche bun is fresh and tasty.

      I liked the tray packaging, it has vents in the top so the food doesn't get soggy.

      We got extra tartar sauce to dip. I love their carroty tartar sauce.

      Would buy again. It's $15 but a substantial amount of food.
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