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Rodney's Oyster House

Posted by Staff / Listed on October 11, 2007 / review policy

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Rodney's Oyster House is an institution on King West and one of the most popular oyster houses in the city.

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Unapologetic / May 3, 2013 at 02:34 pm
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The food was amazing! Loved their patio and the relaxed atmosphere. Highly recommend this place!
Rachel / September 19, 2013 at 04:13 pm
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Went to Rodney's a few nights ago with the intention of having a couple drinks and oysters before going out for the night. I sat at the bar with my friend and we had a beer and the man at the bar was very helpful in suggesting which oysters he thought we would like. I really enjoyed being able to see my oyster being opened fresh, knowing that I was getting top quality shellfish. I normally eat oysters raw but I had to try it with the Rodney sauces which were a great touch - not a fan of the super spicy ones, but overall well done!
We ended up staying much longer and ordered a Lobster Roll to spit.
Definitely would come back! Love the laid back vibe!
Tanya / January 6, 2014 at 02:49 pm
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Rodney's is a 10/10. Everything down to the music was just perfect! The wait staff was helpful and fun. Cannot wait to go back!
Nothing like a homecooked meal / April 29, 2014 at 11:04 pm
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Bring lightly salted water to a vigorous boil, drop in a 3 to 4 ounce lobster tail, boil for 6 to 7 mins , once cooked, shock the cooked lobster tail in icy cold water to stop cooking/ cool fast. remove from shell , finely chop, remove to mixing bowl, then finely chop green onions, mix in with lobster, add 2 or 3 dolops of real mayo , black pepper to taste, mix all ingredients well. you can substitute green onions with relish if you prefer. Load onto a split bun of your choice and a slice of your fav cheese. Enjoy!!!
Its not rocket science nor is it brain surgery

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