Little Fin for Seafood Lovers

Located in the heart of the Financial District, Little Fin is a cozy seaside style shop tucked away on Temperance Street.  Little fin is basically every seafood lover’s best friend serving items from sandwiches, to lobsters (served 4 ways), salads and of course the classic fish n chips & mac n cheese! The shop is crazy busy during lunch hours (especially during the summer) and a little bit less stressful during dinner time.They are part of The Chase Hospitality Family – neighbours to the Chase Restaurant.

Calamari Po’ Boy ($11.00)

  • sweet corn relish & pickled onion

Close up shot of the potato wedges

Close up shot of the coleslaw

‘Shipwrecked’ Salad ($12.00)

  • poached shrimp & creamy avocado dressing

Shrimp Mac ‘N’ Cheese ($13.00)

  • pork belly, grilled shrimp & sesame breadcrumbs

Soup of the Day: Broccoli Soup with Chorizo

Prior to this visit, I’ve actually visited Little Fin a few times. There are some things I like more than others – the mac n cheese,  epitome of comfort food, was superbly cheesy. I couldn’t get enough of the sesame breadcrumbs and shrimp. I also thoroughly enjoyed the ‘shipwreck’ salad, it was a very light and refreshing salad & anything with avocado dressing literally screams “eat me”. The salad was a good alternative for me since I found the calamari po’boy sandwich to be slightly heavy for me (could possibly have been due to all batter). All in all, Little Fin is a seafood lovers place to go especially if you’re looking for a quick lunch (tables available) or also take away with items being packaged nicely.


This meal was complimentary but remains unbiased in our content.

Little Fin Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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  1. thesuburbanglow
    January 7, 2016 / 4:49 pm

    this photography has me drooling! i love your blog, I want to try all of these right now!!

    • Grace
      January 8, 2016 / 6:49 pm

      thank you for the lovely comment 🙂

  2. Allison
    January 26, 2016 / 3:26 pm

    Beautiful presentation and such colourful dishes! It really adds to the experience when dining at a restaurant. You eat with your eyes first!

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