The Best Seafood Restaurants in Toronto
The best seafood restaurants in Toronto are for platters of oysters, snow crab legs, and fish galore. There's a coastal meal for every mood: keep it simple with a humble po'boy, or splurge on a Goliath-sized pile of lobsters, when you’re feeling extra fancy.
Here are the best seafood restaurants in Toronto.
Couple one of the best rooftop patios in the city with a seafood menu and you have a winner for your Tuesday half-price oyster splurges. Chase Fish & Oyster has been replaced by Planta downstairs, but head to the top floor of this Temperance Street building where Chase is still operating with a refined seafood M.O.
This St. Lawrence Market’s stall is a mainstay at Toronto’s historic market. Founder Tom Antonarakis launched the business in 1992 and it’s been neverending weekend lineups since then for their famous New England clam chowder, po’boys, and fried fish served with sides or in sandwiches.
The legacy of Diana's traces back to 1985, when the Scarborough shop first opened as a retail and wholesale company. Since then they’ve expanded with a flagship restaurant and a second location in Markham, where you’ll find their classic buck-a-shuck deals on varieties like Malpeque and Fanny Bay.
Hector Vasquez at Oyster Boy, Chase Toronto
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