Pajo’s (Rocky Point Park): Halibut and Chips
At the eastern end of Burrard Inlet is a tiny municipality called Port Moody which is home to Rocky Point Park. This place is quite popular due to the spray park that’s extensively used during the summer months as well as the numerous trails, boat launch, and did I mention Pajo’s?
That’s right! You can find one our favourite fish and chip shops at Rocky Point Park. As can be expected, it gets quite busy during the prime summer months… but how can you resist their famous, freshly-fried fish? We picked the 2 pc Halibut and Chips ($18) during our visit in July. They serve their fish & chips in paper cones to help soak up the oil and their picnic tables have holes cut in them to make it easy to hold while you eat.
Really doesn’t get much better than this. The light and crispy tempura-like batter holds in the mildly sweet, firm yet tender flakes.
2800 Murray Street (Rocky Point Park)
Port Moody, BC
Posted on August 30, 2017, in Fish & Chips, Restaurant Review, Seafood and tagged Fish and Chips, Food, Halibut & Chips, Port Moody, restaurant review, Rocky Point Park. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.