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Best Fish and Chips in Vancouver

Best Fish and Chips in Vancouver

Are you looking for your new favourite fish and chips restaurant? So many restaurants in Vancouver offer fish and chips, it can be hard to pick just one! Here are just a few of the best fish and chips restaurants the city has to offer:

Best Fish and Chips in Vancouver

The Fish Shack is located at 1026 Granville Street. For their fish and chips, you can either get halibut, lingcod, salmon, haddock or snapper. Each is served with fries, tartar sauce, and your choice of kimchi style, creamy horseradish, or Asian vinaigrette coleslaw. Gluten free options are also available.

 

Go Fish is located at 1505 West 1st Avenue on Granville Island. If you want your fish and chips to come right from the source, this is the place for you. Their little blue shack is located right near the Fisherman’s Warf, and they often get first pick from the catch of the day. If you want a side dish to go with your fish and chips, their coleslaw is highly recommended.

 

The Fish Counter, located at 3825 Main Street, serves 100% Ocean Wise seafood. They serve fish and chips, soups and chowders and fish tacos. Their batters are all gluten free. All their dishes are healthy, ocean friendly and delicious.

Best Fish and Chips in Vancouver

Fish Café is located at 2053 West 41st Avenue. Their fish and chips are crisp and not too greasy. They serve their fish grilled, blackened or deep fried with rice and a choice of one sauce. Their most calamari is one of their most popular appetizers, and you can have it grilled or deep fried.

 

The Crab Shop, located at 121-2455 Dollarton Highway in North Vancouver, serves some of the best fish and chips you can find in Vancouver. In addition to these amazing fish and chips, fresh fish and crabs are also available for purchase. For the fish and chips you have a choice between cod, halibut or salmon. Try one, or all three!

 

The Fish House is located at 8901 Stanley Park Drive in Stanley Park. Their fish and chips are beer battered, and served with Yukon gold fries and tartar sauce. Enjoy your meal while looking out at the beautiful gardens of Stanley Park. This restaurant is temporarily closed.

 

 

Written by: Anna Ward
Images via gourmesy and thefishcounter

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