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Two dozen types of oysters entice mollusk fans; grilled fish round out the menu.
A den of oceanic delicacies, this playful basement raw bar is frequented by solo diners and showbiz types. Full review →Be sure to ask about the daily "Grace's soup" and "white-plate" specials.
Rodney is Toronto's original "Oysterman," one of only a handful left now. This spot is a favorite with nearby condo dwellers and office workers, but is also a draw as a destination. Full review →
Toronto's first and long-time oyster bar maintains high standards...and a sense of fun. Fish and other seafood dishes are all cooked with flair. Full review →
Toronto's favourite oyster bar, ensconced in a handsomely modernized old basement, serves up tonnes of the slippery delicacies, plus scallops, mussels, crab and shrimp.
A transplant from the East Coast, Rodney Clark imported his dad's oysters before opening his own joint. Full review →
Rodney's has developed a reputation for serving the best seasonal oysters from East and West Coasts as well as the Gulf of Mexico, and the waters off New Zealand and Australia. Full review →
Fin fans "simply love" the "top-notch" seafood, including some of the "freshest oysters around", at this "casual" King Wester that's been "around forever". Full review →