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The top 25 fish and chips in Toronto by neighbourhood

Fish and chips in Toronto are perfect plates of greasy golden fish and fries. If you’re a fan of this English staple, you’re in luck — you’ll be able to find a spot for those battered bannocks in most 'hoods. 

Here are our picks for the top fish and chips in Toronto by neighbourhood.


Fortunate Fox does a classic main of beer-battered haddock accompanied by pub chips and tartar sauce. Simple and delicious.

Bayview and Leaside

An absolute classic, Olde Yorke on Laird is just one of those spots that survives off of customer loyalty. Not the hippest by any means, this restaurant wins over its regulars with plates of thick-cut fries and simple fried fillets. 


British Style Fish & Chips at the corner of Coxwell and Dundas serves good ol' fashioned fish and chips. Options for the fryer include haddock, halibut, cod, clams, shrimp and scallops.

Bloor West Village

Alaskian halibut, cod, haddock and pickerel are among just a few of the fried fish options at Fishinn. Each offering comes with fries or salad and of course tartar sauce.


Head to House on Parliament for a giant filet of your favourite fish atop a bed of fries and wash it down with a pint of your favourite brewski at this comfortable pub. 

Fish and Chips Toronto

A must-try dish at Century Park Tavern is the fish and chips. Photo by Hector Vasquez.


If you're tired of plain batter, go to Off The Hook on Broadview where you can get your fish fried in a variety of spices like Cajun, jerk, lemon herb, Korean BBQ or even gluten free. 

Danforth East

Duckworth's Fish & Chips has been around since 1930, frying up combos of battered halibut, haddock and blue cod with a side of creamy coleslaw and thick steak fries. 

Davenport Village

The fish and chips at Century Park Tavern comes with cod from Osler in a crispy Maverick IPA batter. The best-seller gets house tartar and a spicy fennel slaw made with chillies, pickled peppers and lemon.


Kingsway Fish and Chips has been serving some of Toronto’s best fish and chips since 1972. The family batter recipe here has been passed down through generations, and it's very simple and light.

Financial District

The fish and chips at the Rabbit Hole comes just as well-loved as in Britain served with ale-battered halibut, mushy peas, steak-cut fries and homemade tartar sauce. 

Fish and Chips Toronto

A visit to Kensington Market is not complete without some Fresco's. Photo by Jesse Milns.

Harbord Village

A cozy spot with some killer crispy seafare, Harbord Fish & Chips may be small but their meals are killer. Grab a plate of halibut and fries to go, or if you get lucky, snag one of two seats. 

High Park

Mugshot Tavern will set you up with a plate of beer-battered haddock with fries and tartar sauce. Fuel up on their rooftop patio before or after a trip to the park.

Kensington Market

Fresco's Fish and Chips uses non-hydrogenated, trans-fat free oil to fry their top-quality fish to golden perfection. Try the Miss Vicky's chip batter for a thick and crispy meal. 

King East

It may be better known for its oysters, but Pearl Diver carries tons of classic pub foods, fish and chips included. Elegantly plated, these pricey plates of fish come with house-made tartar sauce and a cabbage and root slaw. 


When it comes to fish and chips at Anglr you have the option between halibut or cod. You also will have to make the call on whether you'd like it grilled or fried in either a house, Cajun or lemon herb batter. 

Fish and Chips Toronto

You won't find tiny portions at High Street. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Little Italy

The Caledonian is a cozy Scottish spot that has tasty pub eats, best eaten with some whiskey. Have their fish accompanied with thin-cut fries if you're not in the mood to try haggis.

North York

Feast on High Street Fish and Chips' Superb Fillet — its famous piece of giant haddock — in a surprisingly elegant space for a strip mall spot. Their fish is shipped from O'Neil fisheries in Nova Scotia, so you know it's good. 

Roncesvalles Village

Stamp’s Lane has a packed menu of seafood fare including fish and chips which is served with remoulade, house fries and coleslaw.


Traditional Scottish-style eats like meat pies, haggis, Irn-Bru, and of course, fish and chips, are killer at St. Andrews Fish and Chips

St. Clair West

It's hard to miss the attractive exterior of Sea Witch Fish and Chips on St. Clair. The batter here is thick and golden, not too oily, and served with big portions of thick, fresh-cut fries.  

Fish and Chips Toronto

Seafood at Buster's Sea Cove is worth the lineup. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

St. Lawrence Market

Toronto's favourite historic market is all about takeout counters, and Buster's Sea Cove might be the best one. Brave a lunch lineup for delicious fries and halibut, haddock, or calamari with deliciously done fries. 

Stockyards District

Halibut House has several locations throughout Toronto and the GTA including this one on St. Clair. They're known for their menu of halibut, haddock and cod, as well as other seafood offerings.

West Queen West

If you're headed to Trinity Bellwoods, drop by Hooky's first for their simple menu of usuals like cod and a pricey halibut fillet, plus fried goods like prawns and soft shell crab, served fresh on newspaper. 

Yonge and Dundas

Queen and Beaver has some of the top fish and chips in the city. If you're looking for an authentic English eat, grab a plate and head up to their second-floor patio, or stay inside to enjoy the fun decor. 


The Oxley has an extensive menu of pub fare and this includes delectable fish and chips. Each dish is served with house tartare sauce and ketchup.

Lead photo by

Fareen Karim at Olde Yorke

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