Pescado y marisco, Canadiense, Opciones vegetarianas
CerradoAbre a las 11:30
$$$$ Price range per person CAD 31-59
10 Temperance St Fl 1, Toronto
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Ven a descansar tras ese largo paseo por Cloud Gardens Park. Se recomienda pedir la cocina canadiense de este restaurante. No hay nada mejor que probar unas sabrosas ostras fritas, una atrayente albacora o unos famosos nachos. The Chase Fish and Oyster podría recomendarse solo por su delicada tarta de lima, su bien trabajada tarta y su singular banana split.

La carta de vinos es muy variada, para que todos los visitantes puedan encontrar alguno que satisfaga su gusto. Merece la pena degustar aquí un insuperable café espresso, un excelente zumo o un sorprendente café latté. Este lugar es muy recomendable por su servicial personal. Su magnífico servicio te hará sentirte especial. Los interesantes precios de este lugar siempre son una buena noticia para sus comensales. Sin duda vas a disfrutar de su espectacular ambiente y su buena decoración. Los usuarios de Trip valoraron este restaurante y consiguió un 4.

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Started with the award winning New England clam chowder and moved on to a beautiful lobster roll with coleslaw and the scallops and grits respectively. Delicious, beautifully presented, perfect portions. Excellent service - friendly, helpful, timely, and professional. Lovely venue with good ambience. Would definitely recommend!
Reliably tasty, anytime. A go-to for a seafood business lunch in the area. Their octopus is particularly memorable.
The food runner placed a lobster cracker and a small fork next to the regular cutlery beside my plate. I haven't eaten shellfish since I was 9 years old and the placement of such utensils wasn't going to make me start now. Luckily for me, the restaurant provided plenty of options of sea-dwelling creatures that roam above the bottom of the ocean. Located on a quiet side street in the midst of Toronto's bustling downtown, near Yonge and Queen, sits The Chase Fish and Oyster Bar. This restaurant sits in a grand brickwork building, which also holds the fancier, sister restaurant, The Chase. Entering the dimly lit, nautical themed setting of The Chase Fish and Oyster Bar felt comforting and relaxing. I joined my dinner guests, which included my mother, father, sister, and godmother, and quickly noticed the candle sitting in the middle of the table which evoked an intimate atmosphere to our secluded booth in the restaurant. Our waitress, Maddy, was friendly and bubbly as she guided us towards the family sharing menu which came at $60 per person for three appetizers, a seafood platter, a whole fish, and two desserts to share between the five of us. That same food runner who placed the culpable cutlery beside my plate also provided still water that mysteriously tasted like sparkling water. The mistake was quickly remedied by our incredible waitress who apologized profusely for the small mishap. The waitress remained attentive and accommodating the entire night with constant and sincere check ups on our dining experience, while also making sure the wine bottles quickly became empty over the course of the night. The first dish of the night was the seafood platter which included oysters, shrimp, lobster, crab, smoked mussels, and tuna sashimi, brought to the table by a server who provided in-detail explanations of each item, including place of origin. My dinner mates informed me that the shellfish was divine and encapsulated the sort of flavours one would expect from dining on the East Coast, especially when accompanied by side sauces. I dug into the tuna sashimi, topped with green onion, sesame seeds, and carrots, which had a sesame oil and soya sauce marinade which graciously did not take away from the taste of the tuna. Next to the table came the tuna "nachos", buffalo cauliflower, and crab tater-tots. This dish included a saffron and sweet onion emulsion that perfectly complemented the tuna sashimi. The nacho chips themselves were actually taro root crisps and added a nice crunch to the softness of the raw tuna. I sampled the buffalo cauliflower, which included a light amount of ranch sauce on top of the cauliflower, and although it was not my favourite, it was a nice alternative to the other seafood and fish focused dishes of the night. I did not try the crab and cheese tater-tots but my dinner mates were impressed with how the potato balanced out the strong flavours of the crab and the cheese. Then came and went the waitress, Maddy, and other servers with our dirty plates, only to be back quite quickly with new ones. The fish special was a whole seabream which was expertly deboned tableside. There was also sauteed spinach (drizzled with creme fraiche), mushrooms, and root vegetable rosti provided as a side to accompany the comparatively simple white fish. The softest, tastiest part of the fish was, by far, the cheek, of which the skin crackled satisfyingly in my mouth. That being said, there was no loss of flavour when indulging in the fish and the vegetables together in one bite. When our stomachs were bursting and the wine had been drank, the waitress came back to enquire as to when we wanted dessert. After informing her of our catatonic states, she kindly replied that she could hold out on serving our desserts for a little longer while we regained the strength we needed to indulge in one last bite that is the greatness of The Chase Fish and Oyster Bar. When dessert did come, it was a banana split and a honey pecan pie. The banana split included chocolate and vanilla ice cream placed on top of a caramelized banana. The caramelization, although unique, unfortunately did not make up for the unripe banana. However the chocolate and vanilla ice creams were decadent and lured me away from thoughts of the less than appealing banana. The honey pecan pie was quite sweet but nonetheless enjoyable. Overall, I enjoyed the sharing platter because, as a table, we could share (most) of the exact same dishes which united us as one in the plethora of inviting flavours. The Chase Fish and Oyster Bar succeeded in providing me with the commensal experience of sharing food it put forth on its menu.
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10 Temperance St Fl 1, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Asientos al aire libre Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Reserva Wifi Estacionamiento Acceso para discapacitados No hay entrega No es para llevar TV
LunesLun 11:30-23:00
MartesMar 11:30-23:00
MiércolesMié 11:30-23:00
JuevesJue 11:30-23:00
ViernesVie 11:30-23:00
SábadoSáb 17:00-23:00
DomingoDom 17:00-21:00

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