14 Market Street, Toronto, ON, M5E 1C3
Call: (416) 363-2020
Market Street Catch, located in the heart of the St. Lawrence Market, is a unique and upbeat seafood joint. There is a wide variety of fresh seafood options, all displayed on ice for customers to view. From fish fry to straight off the grill, there are delicious options to suit everyone’s taste buds.
Market Street Catch’s entrance is threshold free with a wide 42-inch door and automatic opener. The front of the entrance offers sufficient space to browse the vast menu, find comfortable seating and maneuver mobility devices. The menu is posted on large signs at the front of the restaurant which offer good contrast; however, due to the vastness of the food options, the text on the menu can be slightly overwhelming. The service style at Market Street Catch is informal; however, the staff are very friendly and go above and beyond to make your visit a positive experience.
There are a variety of seating options at Market Street Catch. There are standard height tables with removable chairs on all sides as well as tables with bench style seating on one side and removable chairs on the other. There is also a standard height counter seating with a first-class view of the kitchen and seafood display and high-top bar seating with removable stools. There is sufficient space to maneuver between the counter and bar seating; however, space would be reduced with more patrons seated in this area. The flooring is smooth concrete throughout the restaurant and there are no level changes or thresholds inside.
The large, accessible private restroom has a lever handle but no automatic door button. The sink is 27 inches high with a clear open space in front of and underneath it. There is an automatic soap dispenser and a low-lying automatic hand-dryer. The toilet has a horizontal grab bar at 35 inches high behind it and a diagonal grab bar to the right side. There is a standard size change table in the washroom as well.
Market Street Catch’s closest accessible subway station is King station, which is a bit of a jaunt away. We would recommend the accessible 503, 504 and 514 King streetcars that stop at King and Church St. which is a block away from the restaurant.