Best fish and chips in Toronto

Fish and Chips are serious business to fans of golden battered fish and perfectly cooked fries, and there is no shortage of shops that take this dish seriously in Toronto. There’s nothing like fresh fish, crispy batter and golden fries to tempt any seafood lover. Here are some of the best fish and chip shops in Toronto. [Photo credit: Olde Yorke Fish and Chips by YP Contributor]

Sea Witch Fish & Chips

1
636 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1A9

Sea Witch Fish & Chips has a variety of fish on the menu and have dedicated the entire restaurant to serving up killer fish and chips. You can choose from haddock, halibut, pickerel, cod and trout. Orders come in the classic fish and chips-style or you can get your fried-to-order fish in a sandwich with the chips on the side.

Duckworth's Fish & Chips Ltd

2
2282 Kingston Rd, Scarborough, ON M1N 1T9

A lot has changed since 1930 when Len Duckworth’s first opened its doors, but you can still count on the amazing quality food that this Scarborough institution is serving up. The famous West Coast Halibut and Chips has the perfect ratio of fish to batter and is always fried to order. There is also sole and haddock on the menu for those that want something different.

Harbord Fish & Chips

3
147 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1H1

Harbord Fish & Chips goes for simple when it comes to its service, but sometimes simple is better! The counter-service style restaurant serves up halibut or haddock with a side of hand-cut fries. Trust us when we say that it is simply delicious.

Kingsway Fish And Chips

4
3060 Bloor St W, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1C4

Family run, Kingsway Fish & Chips has become a sort of a landmark in the neighbourhood. The fish and chips come with halibut, which is the star of the show. Fried to perfection, you can get your dish with a side salad or in a taco during lunch service. The best part: Kingsway Fish and Chips also offers delivery!

Fresco's Cuisine Inc

5
201 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L4

Lucky for you there are two locations to get Fresco’s fish and chips! The fish and chips comes in many different options, from the traditional haddock or halibut, to the battered salmon or crab cakes. Whether you head out to the St. Clair West location or stop by Kensington Market it’s bound to be some of the best fish and chips you’ve had.

Off The Hook Gourmet Co.

6
749 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 2P6

You can take this spot’s name literally, because all the fish is fresh and delicious! The customer gets to customize their fish and chip order, picking the type of batter – house, jerk, Cajun or gluten free, and then they can choose from the menu of chips! The fish and chips are made from Atlantic cod and come with a dipping sauce.

New Toronto Fish & Chips

7
146 Fifth St, Etobicoke, ON M8V 2Z7

Open since 1973, New Toronto Fish and Chips is not actually new to the neighbourhood. The fish and chips, available in halibut, haddock and cod, comes with freshly cut fries and a side of house made coleslaw. For something less traditional, you can also get shrimp and scallops.

The One That Got Away

8
2392 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1P5

The One That Got Away is known for its variations and delicious crispy batter. The menu is simple but offers a variety of fish to pair with a side of freshly cut fries. Choose from halibut, cod, haddock, arctic char or pickerel.

Mermaids Fish And Grill House

9
1748 Lawrence Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1R 2Y1

At Mermaid Fish and Grill House the staff turns freshly caught fish into a fish and chip meal. The English-style meal doesn’t hold back on the portion size when it comes to the large piece of fish or heaping pile of fries that come on the side.

Olde Yorke Fish & Chips

10
96 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V3

While Olde Yorke Fish and Chips has been open since 1997, husband and wife duo started frying fish and chips back in England in 1969. Their authentic fish and chip formula has served them well on this side of the Atlantic. Serving haddock and cod, all of their fish and chips come with a side of coleslaw.

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