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    Queue de Cheval - Seafood

    What is your favorite seafood restaurant downtown? Yes, I know this is a steak place, but they have great seafood. Usually stay at Marriott or Sheraton and prefer to walk to dinner. Tried Ferreira Café a few times and like the food, but do not enjoy a restaurant where they act as though they are doing me a favor finding a spot for me to spend money. Like quality.

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    Fish and seafood

    Do you try Milos on Park Avenue ?

    (even more expensive than Queue de Cheval)

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    I second that... Milos is among the best seafood in town. It can be more pricey the Queue but depends what you order. Doesn't have to be.

    I do love that seafood appetizer platter at Queue de Cheval though... I believe it's meant for 4 or 6 people... Just huge and SO good.

    Maestro SVP on St Laurent is also good for seafood. They specialize in oysters and mussells...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Dover
    I do love that seafood appetizer platter at Queue de Cheval though... I believe it's meant for 4 or 6 people... Just huge and SO good.
    Is it hot or cold? What's in it? Can it be shared by 2 as a main course (i.e. is it large enough)? What's the price?
    Last edited by chef; 04-01-2008 at 03:43 PM.

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    I think it's called the "neptune" or something like that... It's cold. A huge platter with crushed ice... We shared with 6 people for a business dinner, but come to think of it, you might be able to get a smaller size, or if you went with that size for 2 people it would probably be a full meal. I'm sure I'm leaving something out but I remember the following: a number of large rock lobster tails, many great big lobster claws, lots of oysters and scallops on the half shell and plenty of jumbo (if not collosal) shrimp... Jeez am I making myself HUNGRY right now...

    I don't remember the price, but I have no doubt it had to be couple hundred bucks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadnyc
    Tried Ferreira Café a few times and like the food, but do not enjoy a restaurant where they act as though they are doing me a favor finding a spot for me to spend money. Like quality.
    I tried Ferreira Cafe once. Had a nice sardine appetizer, followed by their version of paella (I think they called it Portuguese rice). It was more like soup; did not enjoy it at all.

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    Alot of celebrities have also been seen dinning at Milos

    I also like Elounda on cote vertu for seafood

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    Sounds like Milo's is the place to try. Appreciate the recommendation.

    Was in Toronto last nite and had dinner at Starfish (Adelaide). Best Oysters I've had in a long time. Patrick is the owner and award winning shucker, sit at the bar and you will have a great time.

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