Locals and tourists alike flock to this former waterside container-cum-kitchen for fresh, fast, sustainably harvested seafood delights. Wild Pacific fish and chips, oyster or wild salmon tacos, and fresh fish sandwiches are generally on the menu, as well as fish chowder and an organic vegetarian salad. Every paper plate and container used here is recycled. If the weather's nice, you can sit at... more
Former cargo container redesigned for efficiency (complete with rooftop herb garden) finds new life on a downtown wharf, where owner-chef Kunal Ghose-formerly of Vancouver's Go Fish-and an ace team serve up sustainable seafood paired with locally sourced produce. Fish and chips are perfection, but forgo the deep fryer for the street-wise tacone ($5-$7.50), a grilled tortilla with your choice of... more
Was recommended by a family member to try this. Came all the way from Virginia, USA to try this. And I was not disappointed. It lived up to my expectations. Nothing that I've had so far in the states comes close to this. The fried fish is so fresh and the French fries with a hint of seasoning was bomb!
The cute girl that took my order was very nice and sweet. Since I have a full sleeve usually... more
Red Fish Blue Fish was good, but not the best I've ever had. The halibut was definitely better than the cod. Both were very oily, and I have to wonder if it was because we were at the very end of the day. Skimpy on the tartar, and they charge e$1.00 for an extra little cup. The jerk fish poutine was amazing, however, and a small portion was enough for a whole meal for me.
It takes a very long... more
I was a bit worried this was going to be a tourist trap. I should never doubt Yelp. Fish and chips were so good that we went two afternoons in a row. Lunch lines were about 30 minutes. Completely worth it. I've never had salmon as the fish in fish and chips. I feel it was better than the halibut. But both were so good. I'll be going again in a month when passing through on Alaskan cruise port... more