Seafood


A Master of Reinvention: Chef Charlotte Langley

A Master of Reinvention: Chef Charlotte Langley

Never bound by titles or labels, Charlotte Langley is constantly reinventing herself and what it means to be a chef, culinary curator, entrepreneur, ambassador for sustainability and champion of the people and causes she believes in. Hailing from PEI, Canada,...
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Toronto’s Best Seafood Restaurant as Voted by You

Turns out that Toronto really is “All About That Bass.” It was a tight, heated swim to the finish, but as with all cut-throat nautical showdowns, only one winner triumphantly rose to the surface. Keep reading to see who you think flexes the most mussels in town
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Notable Poll: What's Toronto’s Best Seafood Restaurant?

It’s time to dive into what this city considers to be the best seafood north of the ocean floor. So whether you prefer shucking oysters or snacking on calamari, we want to know where you go to chase (lobster) tail. It’s time to cast the net, Toronto, and see what we pull up
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On Our Radar: Fresh Off the Boat

Toronto finally gets a new take on seafood with a sandwich shop opening at Queen and Spadina in less than 10 days. If you like your lunch to include things like lobster, crab, and fresh fish, this just could be your new favourite fall go-to
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Gone Fishin’: Fresh Eats at The Happy Hooker

The Happy Hooker may have found its hip Dundas St. W. home almost a year ago, but it seems to be hitting its stride right now. Why? In a word: booze. Here's why you should check it out next chance you get
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Don’t Be Scared. You Should Finally Try Oysters

Though oysters have re-emerged as one of the hottest foodie trends in recent years, we have found that some young professionals (YPs) are still freaked out by the idea of slurping up the little delicacy in raw form. Well, scaredy cats, it’s time to get on the shucking bandwagon
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Notable Eats: Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House

We recently stopped by for a bite at one of Vancouver’s landmark restaurants prominently positioned at Robson and Thurlow Streets. Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House is synonymous with Old World class, a sense of history and boisterous charm. You get the feeling that anything goes – and it pretty much does. Attitudes need to be checked at the door and you never know who you’ll bump into at the next bar stool or banquet over
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Must Try: Red Fish

Red Fish Restaurant is a brand spankin' new joint on College Street that's hook, line, and sinker when it comes to sustainable seafood. Started by David Friedman and Jaime Duran – these two know fish, having met at Ossington mainstay Fishbar – Red Fish is all Ocean Wise, all the time
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Rediscover: Bangkok Garden

We love rediscovering different restaurants in the Big Smoke, many of which have been around for decades but we overlook because they don't have the "newness" we typically look for. Check out Bangkok Garden, an authentic Thai haven near Yonge and Dundas
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