Indulge In Some Food That Is Fresh Off The Boat

Located in the heart of downtown Toronto’s Queen West strip, Fresh Off The Boat is serving up their unique grilled and fried versions of seafood favourites. Recently opened in the Fall, this eccentric seafood sandwich shop has embraced owner Quinten Tran’s roots. Creating a menu of traditional seaside flavours with an Asian inspired twist, Fresh Off The Boat  has fused together his years and years of culinary experience into one great shop. Designed to remind you of an east coast fish shack complete with trendy ropes, lanterns and nautical trinkets, this restaurant décor is contrasted with the spicy red Sriracha bottle wall is an homage to Tran’s Vietnamese heritage that has influence the unique and delicious menu. Mixing the traditional Mediterranean style of making seafood with an Asian twist, you can still find the classic items like the Halibut Fish & Chips and the Maine Style Lobster Roll. Can’t settle on one dish to try? Neither could we! So as a truce, we ended up sharing these three great dishes. Each meal is  also served with their fresh cut fries and broccoli house slaw.
Fresh Off The Boat, TorontoFresh Off The Boat, Toronto1.The FOB
Their version of the Asain poboy banh mi, this deliciously spicy sandwich is served up a battered catchfish on a bed of kimchi and burned aoli. We love the perfect mix of warm fried fish and kick of the aoli.
Fresh Off The Boat, Toronto2. Softshell Crab
For those looking for something a bit more savoury, instead of spicy, their famous softshell crab sandwich will be perfect for you! Fried to perfection and served on a bun, this one is sure to please even the pickiest of pallets.
Fresh Off The Boat, Toronto3. FU-shnicken
Their interpretation of an Asian surf and turf sandwich made with thinly sliced beef in a korean inspired marinade with succulent tiger shrimps, our house made aioli, kimchi and cilantro on a toasted bun.
Fresh Off The Boat, TorontoVisit Fresh Off The Boat from Monday to Saturday from 11AM-9PM at 404 Queen Street West. Or to avoid the busy lunch time crowd, pre-order your food with the grabb app that allows you to order and pay for your food right on your phone! Once it is ready, you’ll receive a text message so that it is there waiting for you when you arrive!

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