photo credit: Victoria Bazan
There are plenty of great places in Toronto to go for the seafood classics: Rodney’s for lobsters, Buster’s Sea Cove for chowder, Oyster Boy for, well, oysters. But when you want something a bit different, there’s Honest Weight, a tiny, family-friendly spot in the Junction. Their daily-changing menu is all over the place but in a good way, with everything from okonomiyaki and latkes with gravlax to bouillabaisse. They also have an in-restaurant wholesale fish counter and serve brunch.
photo credit: Rob Hyndman