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An eclectic collection of vibrant artwork spreads along the walls of this cozy, two-storied former-house turned Mediterranean restaurant. Since the transformation in 1977, this family-owned, family-run seafood emporium has become a favorite dining spot for local food connoisseurs and visiting celebrities, serving fresh seafood grilled to perfection. And anyone who dares to compare Joso's - pronounced Yoso's, to any typical seafood restaurant has yet to taste their legendary preparations. Certainly one of the few unforgettable experiences of life.
Adega Restaurante is the place to savor some of the most exquisite Portugal and Spanish seafood classics. This is the perfect spot for a night out where you can enjoy the delicious food and unwind in the charming atmosphere with loved ones. Make sure you order a bottle from their impressive underground wine cellar.
Your search for the perfect taco ends here. Seven Lives Tacos-Y-Mariscos is a small restaurant that serves some of the most amazing tacos you might have had in the city. Their fish tacos such as shrimp tacos and octopus tacos are heavenly, and come in humongous quantities. One can also order a refreshing beverage to go with the tacos. The staff is friendly and patient, and will even suggest things from the menu. The restaurant is very small, so it is advisable that you have take-out.
The Chase Fish & Oyster is an upscale seafood restaurant that is the toast of the whole of Toronto. This trendy restaurant is located in an equally trendy building in downtown, and features a stunning terrace area where one can enjoy their meal. The staff is very well mannered and courteous, yet not too pretentious and snooty. The clientele consists of distinguished personalities of the city, and even the occasional movie star. The food is sublime, with offerings such as Albacore tuna, steamed mussels, Halibut and shrimp being absolute winners. The dessert and drinks section has some interesting offerings as well.
For over twenty years, Rodney's Oyster House has been a seafaring paradise in landlocked Toronto. Here, it's all about seafood with fresh oysters as the main attraction. Explore the subtle properties of the oyster with a sample platter of up to 26 varietals fresh from Prince Edward Island, Maine, the Pacific and often further a field. Dressing each oyster can be enjoyably time consuming: beyond lemon wedges and fresh horseradish, Rodney's has a line of their own unique condiments: from the secret recipe cocktail sauce ‘Sea Witch' to the perky ‘Back from Hell'. For a not so raw seafood experience, try Rodney's New England or Manhattan clam chowder, Fundy scallops or coconut curried shrimp. The daily white plate special, features whatever is fresh and seasonal. Beer and wine are chosen based on compatibility with seafood.