Was the best meal that I had in Canada. It isnt fancy, really informal place. If you like fish and chips, this place is the right choice.
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We shared a $15.95 (plus tax) halibut and chips and it was awful. We've had better frozen fish and chips from the grocery store. The batter was dense and hard and the fish dry inside, not moist and flaky as you'd expect. Over-priced and most...More
Love this place for their calamari and shoe string fries - just squeeze some fresh lemon juice on there and dip it, and don't forget the malt vinegar packets and pepper for the fries. Portions are very generous, and even though my body and mind...More
This lunch experience reminds me of the saying pretty on the ourside, visually the food looks great and if you are going to say on a seperate sign that your crab cakes are the best at two small cakes for $12 you better deliver. The...More
I had a few hours to kill before heading back to the airport so went for a browse in the market. Tucked away in the far right corner is Buster's which, from the couple of times I've been to the market, is always busy. There...More
When exploring St Lawrence Market, 4 of us ate lunch here. Large seafood menu of snacks, salads, sandwiches, entrees of seafood (friend and not fried). We had grilled octopus on salad, fried halibut fish sandwich, poboy shrimp sandwich, onion rings and 2 sodas for $46....More
We were in Toronto to see a play (Bat Out of Hell) and decided to eat at the St. Lawrence Market instead of a restaurant. We had a New England Style Clam Chowder from Buster's Sea Cove and it was very thick and tasty. And...More