Buster's Sea Cove is a very popular seafood restaurant in the St. Lawrence Market's top floor.
The Clam Chowder's texture is spot on; it isn't too thick and it isn't too runny. It also has the right amount of clam in it: enough for seafood lovers to enjoy, but not enough to offend people who dislike "fishy" tasting dishes.
The Lobster Bisque is the most expensive soup sold at Buster's, yet my least favourite. There is way too much cheese in the soup, causing it to be way too salty. The lobster's flavour is barely noticeable.
The Tuna Melt with Fries was delicious. The bread was toasted perfectly, and the tuna was flavourful and moist. The fries, just like all the other fried items are fried in peanut oil, making it very fragrant. With that in mind, the bed of coleslaw underneath was disgusting, since it was rancid. I was not able to eat it because it has clearly been sitting out in the heat too long.
I had very high expectations for the Boston Blue Fish and Chips, since fish and chips is a very common dish served almost everywhere. It did not disappoint at all; the fish was very tender, and the batter was not dry.
The Shrimp in Rosé Herb and Garlic Sauce was delicious. Of all kinds of seafood, it is easiest to overcook shrimp, however, Buster's cooked it perfectly. The sauce's powerful, garlicky flavour is balanced well by the sweetness of the vegetables and the flavour of the rice.
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