I think everyone should go to Smiles just to be able to say you have. There's a history with the building and the ownership that makes for an interesting experience, and the walls are covered in articles about the restaurant, about Cow Bay and local lore.
The food quality was mediocre at best. I thought being a "Seafood Cafe" I... more
I went here with my wife and our 18 month old son. We both ordered the "fish and chips" and my wife got a side salad. The halibut was frozen, reheated fish, definitely not fresh. All of the fish was so heavily breaded that it hardly seemed like fish at all. The side salad was mostly iceberg lettuce. Our sodas... more
I ate here twice while on a 3 day visit to Prince Rupert. Manhattan clam chowder is so hard to find so this is what I ordered - I loved it both times. Service was great but my dinner could have been improved by serving it with a fresh roll or crackers rather than what seemed to be just a grocery store slice of bread.
Other patrons seemed be happy with their dinners. Deep fried food is not my... more