Name: Wah Sing Seafood Restaurant Location: 47 Baldwin Street, Toronto Cuisine: Chinese Total Price:  $62.85 (+ Soft Shell Crab Frie...

Wah Sing Seafood Restaurant

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Name: Wah Sing Seafood Restaurant
Location: 47 Baldwin Street, Toronto
Cuisine: Chinese
Total Price: $62.85 (+ Soft Shell Crab Fried Rice - Price N/A)
Recommend: Yes

Located in Baldwin Village, Wah Sing is a Chinese restaurant that specializes in seafood with their most popular item being the two for one lobster special. You can choose to have your lobster cooked with black bean sauce or ginger and green onions, and one serving can feed two to three hungry people with sides. Wah Sing also offers a great selection of meat, rice, noodles and soup dishes to share.

For three people including myself, we ordered the two for one lobster special cooked with ginger and green onions. On the side, we also ordered soft shell crab fried rice, baby bok choy, and filet mignon with vegetables.

Lobster with Ginger and Green Onions ($29.95).
The lobster had a delicious garlic coating that went perfectly with the lobster meat. If you're not a fan of strong garlic tastes, then this might be overwhelming for you. The only downside was that the shells were very hard and difficult to break through. 

Soft Shell Crab Fried Rice ($?).
The fried rice is cooked with many pieces of soft shell crab and topped off with flying fish roe (Tobiko). We always order this fried rice whenever we visit Wah Sing because of how delicious it is with the tasty soft shell crab. Definitely a must-have if you're ordering fried rice.

Sauteed Baby Bok Choy ($13.95). 
Baby bok choy is always a great vegetable dish to have on the side. This also had a delicious garlic taste and a nice crunchy texture. 

Filet Mignon Cubes with Mixed Vegetables in Oyster Sauce ($18.95). 
The filet mignon was very juicy and tender with rich flavours from the oyster sauce. The snow peas and mushrooms tasted great and they soaked up the sauce nicely.

Fortune cookies and slices of sweet oranges.

The only thing that Wah Sing could improve on is to not overcook the lobsters which make the shells really hard. With that being said, for those who've been to Wah Sing, you will find another seafood restaurant called Hua Sang located just next door downstairs. They offer almost the exact same menu but their main difference is the way they cook their lobster. You will notice how much more softer the lobster shells are and how much more juicier the meat is. We usually dine at Hua Sang, but once in a while we like to visit Wah Sing to eat their Soft Shell Crab Fried Rice which they don't have at Hua Sang.

Definitely give Wah Sing a try for their Soft Shell Crab Fried Rice and Filet Mignon Cubes. But for the lobsters, I would recommend going next door to Hua Sang Seafood Restaurant.

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