Find Toronto’s Smoked Fish Dishes Here

Smoke fish is taking brunch to the next level. I, for one, has always been partial to this culinary delight. Take a look at Toronto’s famed smoked fish dishes.

Nu Bügel’s smoked Atlantic salmon with lemon-caper aïoli on a fresh everything bagel.
Nu Bügel’s smoked Atlantic salmon with lemon-caper aïoli on a fresh everything bagel.

Nu Bügel’s smoked Atlantic salmon with lemon-caper aïoli on a fresh everything bagel. $10.75. 240 Augusta Ave., 647-748-4488.

Karelia Kitchen’s open-faced smørrebrød sandwiches.
Karelia Kitchen’s open-faced smørrebrød sandwiches.

Karelia Kitchen’s open-faced smørrebrød sandwiches. Cold-smoked salmon is piled on sheets of dark rye with dill, capers, sugar snap peas, quail egg and plenty of crème fraîche. $12. 1194 Bloor St. W., 647-748-1194.

Schmaltz Appetizing’s off-menu Smoke and Pickles sandwich.
Schmaltz Appetizing’s off-menu Smoke and Pickles sandwich.

Schmaltz Appetizing’s off-menu Smoke and Pickles sandwich. It is stacked with double-smoked salmon, capers, pickled peppers and pickled cucumbers with dill, and pressed between two cream cheese–smeared slices of bagel from Kiva’s. $12. 414 Dupont St., 647-350-4261.

The Chase Fish and Oyster’s smoked fish by chef Nigel Finley.
The Chase Fish and Oyster’s smoked fish by chef Nigel Finley.

The Chase Fish and Oyster’s smoked fish by chef Nigel Finley. Double-smoked whitefish fillets are mixed with dill crème fraîche, macerated shallots, whitefish caviar and pickled celery, and piled on toasted focaccia. $13. 10 Temperance St., 647-348-7000.

Honest Weight’s fish board.
Honest Weight’s fish board.

Honest Weight’s fish board. It includes slices of brined-and-smoked Quebec sturgeon, salt-cured and smoked Nova Scotia salmon and cured Yukon Arctic char. It also comes with grilled sourdough. $26. 2766 Dundas St. W., 416-604-9992.

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