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  • Fresco's Fish & Chips

    Eating fried food now feels freeing with Fresco’s Fish & Chips. Passionate about both health and taste, Fresco’s fryers are filled with non-hydrogenated oil, containing zero trans fats. More so, all of their fish and seafood are either Ocean Wise or Marine Stewardship Council approved for sustainable fishing and excellent quality. Truly, everything at Fresco’s

  • Hooky's Fish and Chips

    Hooky’s Fish and Chips was started by a love of Toronto and a love of good food, often not mutually exclusive; however, the dudes were aiming for a specific nostalgia. The founders’ after-school favourite and culinary staple of our British colonial overlords, fish and chips, havs been the foundational menu item for Hooky’s, and it

  • Off the Hook Fishbar

    Though a product of trial and error, the menu at Off the Hook, the Danforth’s newest fish fry joint, aims to impress the most diehard a-fish-ionados. Prior to its grand opening earlier this month, 22-year-old — and first time restaurant owner — Steven Karataglidis spent days in a test kitchen mixing together what he calls his “all-time favourite flavours.”

  • Olde Yorke Fish and Chips has been serving its namesake’s classic British pub food to Torontonians for over 20 years. Step inside and instantly be transported to an old(e) school British pub complete with a traditional island bar full of domestic beer options, dark wood finishings and red vinyl booths. Long lines are a staple

  • Sea Witch Fish & Chips

    Let the Sea Witch pull you into the underworld, where not only will she steal your voice, but she’ll also serve you a banging batch of fish and chips. Nautically themed and cutely decorated, Sea Witch on St. Clair is one of Toronto’s most authentically delicious spots for some U.K.-tier fish and chips. The batter