Tags: Russian
Caviar is the processed, salted roe of certain species of fish, most notably the sturgeon. It is commercially marketed worldwide as a delicacy and is principally eaten as either a garnish or a spread; for example, with hors d'œuvres.

Caviar at Lacomca Deli
Where to get Caviar

2007 May 15
We made some Crème fraîche and buckwheat blinis to devour with it.

2007 May 15
Some goodness purchased at Caviar Direct in St. Lawrence Market Toronto.

2007 Sep 18
I was here, and I was reading over the menu, and I recall seeing Caviar... when I came to this site, I saw it was "desperately seeked" .. you may want to call to double check, and if they dont have it - feel free to delete this post and connection.


2008 Mar 13
Yes, this deli has the traditional Russian Caviars, but the one I like best is the salmon caviar from BC. They sell it in bulk for about 6 bucks per 100 grams. Yummm Yummm Yumm (yes, Captain Caper 3 Yummm Rating !!).

I slipped some in my Rye Bread with Polish Edam Grilled Cheeese Sandwich... wow.... what a pleasent surprise.... I think it might have been all those Beau's LugTreads I had, that made me add fish roe to a grilled cheeese sammie.