Please note that we will be OPEN during our usual business hours on Canada Day long weekend. We will be closed on Saturday, July 9th and Sunday, July 10th.

Kevin

The Captain, Sea Witch

Named Top 10 New Restaurant in Toronto 2014

The Globe & Mail named Sea Witch one of the Top 10 New Restaurants in Toronto.

 

 

“The Sea Witch’s battered fish comes out of the oil puffed and sizzling, richly golden mostly, but blistered in places to the colour of stout. The crust is gloriously crunchy and just the right level of greasy, seasoned perfectly. Thankfully, the fish inside – the cod and pickerel in particular – is also exquisite.

The chips are thickly cut, skin-on, creamy-centred, excellent. Notwithstanding Penrose, I haven’t found another city fish and chips shop even half this good.”

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Best of the City 2015 - Toronto Life

Toronto Life has included Sea Witch Fish  & Chips in it’s Best of the City 2015

“The ciabatta sandwiches at Sea Witch are impossible to eat gracefully—each one’s about the size of a sneaker, and the slippery condiments (like pickled onions and tartar sauce) inevitably slop out the bottom on first bite. But they’re worth the indignity of a few grease stains. The owner, Kevin Kowalczyk, spent a decade overseeing the deep-fryer at the now sadly defunct Penrose, Toronto’s most venerable British chippy, so he’s well versed in the fundamentals of a great fry: fresh fish (we recommend the pickerel, $12) coated in a perfectly seasoned batter then plunged in a boiling vat of beef drippings, trapping each fillet in an irresistibly crunchy golden shell. One sandwich easily feeds two.”

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What people are saying

The fish was served with a hefty portion of fresh cut chips, tartar sauce and a creamy coleslaw. A good portion size at only one piece, this was certainly enough to fill a big appetite.

Josh Wise

BlogTO

The Sea Witch’s battered fish comes out of the oil puffed and sizzling, richly golden mostly, but blistered in places to the colour of stout. The crust is gloriously crunchy and just the right level of greasy, seasoned perfectly. Thankfully, the fish inside – the cod and pickerel in particular – is also exquisite.

Chris Nuttall-Smith

Dining Critic, The Globe And Mail

The brand-new chippy on St. Clair West dishes up crispy, battered fish and chip dinners starting at $11 for one piece of haddock or cod with a hefty pile of fries with dips and slaw, or fishwiches on puffy, fresh buns from $10.

Liora Ipsum

Top 10 New Cheap Eats in Toronto - 2014

Store Location

Sea Witch Fish & Chips

Address

Sea Witch Fish & Chips
636 St Clair Avenue West
Toronto, ON M6C 1A9
CA
Telephone: 647 349 4824
Telephone: 647 34 WITCH
Email:

Hours of Operation

Tuesday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Monday Fishing

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