Like at other establishments, sustainability is on their minds.
“We’re worried about what’s going to happen next year. The future of the premium oyster is more in demand, It’s hard to find fishermen who want to hold onto oysters for an extra year to grow larger,” said Bronwen.
That said, fans of Rodney’s flock back for their selection and consistency. We have the largest selection of oysters, day in an day out,” said Julius.
“We serve carefully curated oysters, and focus on education. Our crew can talk about the product,” said Bronwen.
“We’re a boutique oyster house that doesn’t look boutique—but our product is,” said Eamon.
We tasted a far-flung selection. Check out these beauties!
Oh goody—174 years to go!
(Rodney’s Oyster Bar, 469 King St. West, 416-363-8105, http://rodneysoysterhouse.com/toronto/)