The Heritage Grill: New West Eats
Located at the corner of Columbia and Church in New Westminster, The Heritage Grill is a bar that serves up typical casual eats as well as breakfast until 3pm. I dropped by for lunch during the weekday and didn’t find it very busy.
The interior doesn’t get much natural light so I decided to dine on the outdoor covered patio. It took a while for my West Coast Benny ($12) to come out given how quiet it was during my visit.
The benny includes smoked salmon, red onions, green onions, and capers served on top of a crisp English muffin. I was a bit disappointed by the lack of a runny yolk but at least it wasn’t completely overcooked and the yolk had a slight creaminess to it. The diced cubes of potatoes weren’t too bad but could have used a bit more crispness to the exterior.
I returned the following week to try their Cod and Chips ($14) which includes 2 pieces of freshly fried cod fillets served atop of Kennebec fries with a small side of coleslaw. Aside from the coleslaw, which was a bit dry and needed more dressing, the dish was spot on. The cod fillets were encased in a thin yet crisp and crunchy batter and the fries (especially the thinner, crispy bits) were so good.
Overall, the food here is pretty good and service is friendly (albeit a bit slow).
447 Columbia St
New Westminster, BC
Posted on October 24, 2018, in Bar, Breakfast, Casual - burgers and stuff, Diner, Restaurant Review and tagged Bar, Breakfast, Diner, Fish and Chips, Food, New Westminster, restaurant review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.