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Starfish Oysterbead & Grill

Posted by Staff / Listed on October 22, 2007 / review policy

Starfish TorontoMany rank Starfish ahead of Oyster Boy and Rodney's as the best oyster house in the city. Always busy, their menu is a bit more refined (and pricier) than the others.

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sam / November 28, 2010 at 12:11 pm
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Disagree. Heard rave reviews, oysters were great. ( raw, how can you go wrong if they are fresh?) but the mussels were small and overcooked. The sauce was too salty. Frites were brilliant though. They were OVER priced. I have had better at Squirleys for less then 8 bucks.
Restos in TO / October 20, 2011 at 09:12 am
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Visited here last night. Loved the place from the fresh oysters to the briny mussels to the beautiful trout entree and financier dessert. Menu is tweaked daily, service is friendly and knowledgeable, and it's in a great downtown location.

Full review is here:
http://restosinto.tumblr.com/post/11682770379/starfish

Cheers,
RestosinTO.com
John / January 11, 2013 at 12:44 am
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Not fabulous. Fish Chowder is essentially a fish flavoured gazpacho with some texture. It was served piping hoot, and the garnish raised it to a 6 out of 10. The fish and chips is very undersized (Goldfish?) and tasteless. The bacon batter does nothing to enhance the flavourless fillets and the frites were soft and greasy. Cole slaw was passable. The wine list is weak. no cabernets, only pinot noir and macon. Very weak in that regard. Friendly service, very efficient and helpful, but the food was disappointing.

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