Has it been awhile since you’ve been able to enjoy a mouth-watering classic fish & chips meal? Given that the fish are typically covered in wheat flour – it is understandable that this is a tough find for those with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity!
Well, we’ve got some great news for you if you live in Toronto or plan to visit (which you definitely should):
Off the Hook Fishbar offers gluten-free fish & chips!
Disclaimer: we cannot guarantee all restaurants featured on our blog are 100% safe for those with celiac disease or severe gluten intolerances. Always inform your server of any dietary restrictions you may have.
About Off the Hook
Off the Hook Fishbar is located at 749 Broadview Ave., a very short walk from Broadview subway station! They’re conveniently open seven days a week for both dine-in or takeout, so you can choose whether to enjoy your gluten-free fish & chips with others or in the comfort of your own home! You can find them on Uber Eats, Door Dash, and Skip the Dishes – they really cover all the bases here!
If it’s a nice dine-in experience you seek, they also take reservations too!
Gluten-Free Fish & Chip Options
Options, you say!? Well, that’s not a word use gluten-avoiding diners hear very often!
But it’s true – Off the Hook Fishbar has a few different options for gluten-free fish & chips in Toronto.
You have three options for fish: Wild Cod, Wild Halibut, or Haddock. Do make sure to inform your server that you want the gluten-free batter! Your fish will be cooked in a separate fryer to avoid cross-contamination – extra points for gluten-safety, Off the Hook!
They also offer vegan fish and chips consisting of deep-friend banana blossom, which are also cooked in a gluten-free fryer.
The gluten-free fun doesn’t stop there!
If fish & chips aren’t your thing, Off the Hook also offers some other gluten-free options on their menu.
For pasta lovers, try their gluten-free seafood linguini. They also offer two gluten-free salads on their menu, a Caesar salad and an arugula salad.
On the Uber Eats app, they also list some other battered items that can be made gluten-free, these include:
- Onion Rings
- Cod Tacos
- Vegan Poutine
- Seared Yellowfin Tuna Steak
As always, be sure to inform your server of any dietary restrictions, or, if you’re ordering from an app, make it very clear in the notes section. You can always just call the restaurant prior to making an online order, just to be safe!
If you’re looking for some delicious gluten-free options for fish & chips in Toronto, look no further than Off the Hook Fish Bar!