The Best Oysters in Toronto
The best oysters in Toronto celebrate the refreshing energy of the sea. What Toronto lacks in coastlines, it makes up for with a bounty of oyster-obsessed proprietors dedicated to sourcing (and sometimes even farming) the sweetest, plumpest varieties from both near and far.
Here are the best oysters in Toronto.
Ostreaphiles know the bivalves Rodney's brings in daily from its very own PEI oyster beds (and fellow growers) are worth their salt. Find cucumber-y kumamotos, punchy virginicas and creamy melon-flavoured Pacific varieties paired with Rodney's Sea Legs Oyster White house wine.
This Japanese snack bar gets its oysters from Diana's and jazzes them up with signatures sauces, such as ponzu and sweet onion vinaigrette. It shucks 10,000-plus oysters per week during peak season and often carries East Coast favourites like Malpeques and Acadian Golds along with West Coast varieties.
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