White Spot (Kingsway and Knight)
Yesterday was Pirate Pak Day at White Spot – where you could buy an adult sized Pirate Pak and have $2 go to the Zajac Ranch for Children. I first found out about Zajac Ranch a few years ago when we were doing some fundraising at work so I know that it’s for a good cause. While I didn’t get a chance to go to White Spot yesterday, I thought I would dedicate today’s post to White Spot.
One of the things that I like about White Spot is that their food is pretty consistent at all of their restaurants. And while not all of their dishes may be spectacular, they do have a number of good, comfort dishes that hits the spot (pun intended).
I decided to start off with the soup of the day which turned out to be Broccoli Cheese Soup. Unlike the Broccoli Cheese Soup at Cactus Club that I had the other day, this soup was more of a cheesey soup with broccoli in it. I preferred the one at Cactus Club more because of the way the cheese was baked on top of the soup.
The Dippin’ Chicken was a pretty decent size of crispy chicken strips.
One of the comfort foods that I like to get at White Spot is their Fish and Chips. The deep fried cod isn’t the best fish and chips that I’ve had but it’s pretty good and I’m hooked on the cole slaw that comes with the dish. You get “bottomless” fries so there’s no fear of leaving hungry after this meal.
Service was pretty good but White Spot always seems to be busy so it does take a little longer to grab the attention of the waitresses.
Food: 3.5 / 5
Service: 3.5 / 5
Posted on August 18, 2011, in Casual - burgers and stuff, Restaurant Review and tagged Fish and Chips, Food, Kensington, restaurant review, Vancouver. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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