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Rodney's Oyster House

469 King St W
Toronto, ON  M5V 1K4

(416) 363-8105

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February 21, 2014


Oysters, live shellfish, fresh fish, smoked fish, mirco breweries, interesting wines and maritime hospitality.


Established in 1987

We have offered up the finest in oysters and shellfish since 1987, and have been bringing Oysters into Toronto for over 30 years. Our roots are Maritime - Host Rodney Clark is from Summerside in PEI,and came west in the 80's. We started as a... more

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4 star rating
maverick Tdot September 13, 2010
Oysters and a whole lot more

Even though this is an oyster bar, it has so much more: jumbo cocktail shirmp (excellent), crab cakes were AMAZING (best I've ever had), beef skewers were tender, cajun shrimp was tasty, bacon & scallops were done well. The only thing that affected the experience was the lobster - it was slightly undercooked. Wait staff were laidback but attentive.

Editorial Reviews from the web
January 13, 2014

Fin fans "simply love" the "top-notch" seafood, including some of the "freshest oysters around", at this "casual" King Wester that's been "around forever" (or since 1987); "rock-hard chairs and benches" may give it a "dive"-like feel, but "fun", "helpful" staffers , "great wine finds" and "affordable" prices given the "quality" further ensure it remains a "go-to."

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4 star rating
June 17, 2012

Rodney is Toronto's original "Oysterman," one of only a handful left now. This spot is a favorite with nearby condo dwellers and office workers, but is also a draw as a destination. The maritime-inspired setting is unpretentious and includes whimsical touches such as fishing paraphernalia. The main draw is the super-fresh oysters, but chowders and pastas are very good, too. There's a new locale... more

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4 star rating
October 02, 2015

Best Oysters in Toronto
We had 2 dozens of assorted oysters all was so fresh and tasty - straight from the ocean
the clam chowder is good also
the place looks very nice that really take you inside to fisherman's journey

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4 star rating
September 28, 2015

I was really looking forward to a delicious seafood dinner. Rodney's looked like it had it all. We ended up spending way too much money on food that was simply not worth it. Customer service was strange, never had the same person serve us twice.

Dining in a basement atmosphere, empty dark entrance greets you.

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4 star rating
September 22, 2015

Oysters...that's all there is to say. Actually I can also add mussels and urchin, and other delish seafoods. This is currently my favorite restaurant. There are fancier more stylish places; there are more 'in' places. But to me,this place is kind of grungy and these folks know their seafood and have a passion for oysters...and it shows. It's also relatively child friendly - I've brought my 4... more

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August 28, 2013

Rodney's Oyster House offers these services: restaurant.

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October 15, 2010

For over twenty years, Rodney's Oyster House has been a seafaring paradise in landlocked Toronto. Here, it's all about seafood with fresh oysters as the main attraction. Explore the subtle properties of the oyster with a sample platter of up to 26 varietals fresh from Prince Edward Island, Maine, the Pacific and often further a field. Dressing each oyster can be enjoyably time consuming: beyond... more

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February 09, 2010

Prince Edward Islander, Rodney Clark, has been serving his signature shellfish for more than 20 years now. Established as Toronto’s oldest oyster house and home to the Canadian Oyster Shucking Champion, Rodney’s offers over two dozen varieties of live oysters from all over the world. The restaurant’s live seafood products also extend to lobsters, crabs, scallops and shrimp. The Maritimer... more

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