Toronto is an amazing hub for cuisine of all kinds. There's tons of places in the city for different kinds of food like Italian, Portuguese and one of the cities favourites: sushi

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I know every Torontonian gets a seafood craving from time to time, and often we just go to our favourite all you can eat sushi spots to satisfy our tuna, shrimp and fish cravings. 

Are you over sushi but still want to taste the sea? Look no further than this list of seafood restaurants in the city that aren't sushi. 

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Pure Spirits // 17 Tank House Lane

This laid back spot will let you drink beer and fulfill your seafood cravings. What could be better?

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The Chase // 10 Temperance St.

The chase has legendary lobster that is to die for. Don't miss out on this Toronto favourite!

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Off The Hook // 749 Broadview Ave

Off The Hook gives you freedom with your fish and chips. Choose your fish, how it's fried and what side you want!

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Buster's Sea Cove // 93 Front St E

This chill spot is perfect to satisfy your seafood cravings with a good price and good vibes.

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Hooky's // 893 Queen St W

This popular spot on Queen St W is the perfect place to get a taste of some of the best seafood in town.

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Market St. Catch // 14 Market St

If you're a seafood fanatic, this is the place for you. Huge portions and flavour will keep you satisfied for long time, or at least until your next visit.

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Rodney's // 469 King St. W

This spot specializes in oysters as well as many specialty seafood dishes. A must for sea food lovers in Toronto!

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Fresh Off The Boat // 404 Queen St W

Fresh Off The Boat puts a spin on your favourite seafood dishes. They'll put fish on anything!

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Oyster Boy // 872 Queen St W

Intimate vibes and delicious oysters are what this place is all about. Seafood plates and while-you-watch shucking will keep you around.

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Bar Reyna // 158 Cumberland St

Bar Reyna has some of the most delicious oysters, and when you're done you can indulge in their other Mediterranean fare.

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Sea Witch Fish & Chips // 636 St Clair Ave W

This Toronto joint has been around for a while now. Their fish and chips are amazing, almost as good as their onion rings! Yum!

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The Captain's Boil // 476 Yonge St

The Captain's Boil is one of Toronto's favourite spots, and it is seriously a huge hit! Visit one of their many locations today!

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Zee Grill // 641 Mount Pleasant Rd

This long time Toronto spot has delicious seafood and a cozy comfortable atmosphere to match.

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