C-Lovers (North Van) – AYCE Fish & Chips

The May long weekend usually serves as the unofficial start of summer in the Lower Mainland (regardless of whether or not the weather cooperates).  One of the classic summertime dishes is fish & chips. 

C-Lovers has come a long way since they first opened in Coquitlam back in 1984.  Not only do they have locations all over the Lower Mainland – they also have a “Chip Truck” that you can find at the PNE.

If you have a hankering for a lot of fish & chips, you should try out their popular AYCE Fish & Chips ($11.99).  They bring you out a plate piled high with 6 pices of cod with fries and a drink.  Personally, I think that they should start you out with 2-3 pieces of fish and then bring you more if you’re still hungry.  It seems like such a waste of food if you can’t finish off 6 pieces.

Deep Fried Oysters ($1.99 each) were plump, juicy, and fried up with a light batter.


I knew that I couldn’t polish off 6 pieces of fish so I decided on the Halibut Dinner ($13.29) instead.  The halibut is lightly battered and was quite good.  Often times, I find that places overcook halibut but this was one of the better ones that I’ve had… and they didn’t skimp on the serving size either.  The hand cut kennebec chips are addictive and the coleslaw had the right amount of crunch and wasn’t too soggy.


1660 Pemberton Ave
North Vancouver, BC


C-Lovers Fish & Chips on Urbanspoon

Posted on July 27, 2013, in AYCE, Fish & Chips, Restaurant Review, Seafood and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand i work there X)
    For the all you can eat, if it’s your first serving, ie the very first plate they give you before you ask for more, you can ask for it wrapped up normally X)

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