Category Archives: Fish & Chips

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?
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Pajo’s (Steveston) – Halibut and Chips

No trip to Storybrooke is complete without some good eats. Specifically, something with seafood!
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Tony’s Fish & Oyster Cafe – Seafood Sampler

Tony’s Fish & Oyster Cafe has been a staple at the entrance to Granville island since 2002. The thing is… there’s so many great places to eat at Granville Island that we’ve never found the time to try them out… until now.
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Food Coma: Chicken Wings, Bubble Waffles, BBT, Fish and Chips and Fried Chicken – Oh My!

We didn’t really plan to go on a food adventure – well, not to this extent.
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Celine’s Fish and Chips – Granville Island

On a summertime visit to Granville Island with our pup, we grabbed some food from Celine’s Fish and Chips in the Public Market. Read the rest of this entry

River’s Reach Pub

For some reason, I’ve been hitting up the local pubs in New West lately for lunch. It has nothing to do with drinking… I’m just looking for someplace new to eat and New West seems to have quite a few pubs. Read the rest of this entry

Salty’s Fish & Chips (New West)

Salty’s Fish & Chips currently has 8 locations (4 in the Lower Mainland and 4 on Vancouver Island) and has been around since the 70’s. Still, until my visit recently… I’ve never heard of them before. Perhaps it’s because there are so many places that you can find fish and chips in Vancouver.
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Ivar’s Acres of Clams (Seattle)

Ivar’s Acres of Clams, located at the historic Pier 54 in Seattle, is a full-service restaurant and our first stop on our Seattle-Portland road trip. Having only been to the Ivar’s at the Bellis Fair food court, I was unprepared with seeing how large this Ivar’s location was and the wide menu choices. Read the rest of this entry

The Spud Shack Fry Co. – Belgian Frites at the New West Skytrain Station

The Spud Shack Fry Co. is located in the new development that has built up around the New West Skytrain station.  While it’s not within the fare paid zone, it’s close enough to the restaurant that you can see the Skytrain departing the station. Read the rest of this entry

The Sea House Fish and Chips

I’ve driven by the corner of Kingsway and Rupert Street for years and have always thought about trying The Sea House Fish and Chips.  After all, how bad could it be if it’s been in business for so long?  <cue ominous music – dum dum dahhhh>

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Pajo’s Fish & Chips (Garry Point)

Most visitors to Steveston know of Pajo’s on the Steveston Wharf.  It’s hard to miss the bright yellow umbrellas and the droves of customers lining up for freshly fried seafood.  What you might not know is that only a few blocks over in the nearby Garry Point Park is another Pajo’s location.

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Pajo’s Fish & Chips (Steveston Wharf)

It’s been a few years since I first ate at Pajo’s down on the Steveston Wharf but I’ve been determined to come back.  It’s just that Steveston is a bit of a drive for me and, being an outdoor eatery, it’s best to save this for a sunny day.  Read the rest of this entry