Where To Get The Best Fish And Chips In Vancouver

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Summer is on its way and that means it’s the season for patios and fish & chips. These are just some of the best spots to get fish and chips in Vancouver.

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Best Fish And Chips In Vancouver

Go Fish

A popular takeaway joint on the bustling Granville Island. Their fresh and crispy fish & chips is easily one of the best in the city. Plus, the view doesn’t hurt either. When the weather is nice, it’s pretty much a given that this spot has a huge line (but it’s worth it). Check them out at 1505 W 1st Avenue to get your fix.

Fanny Bay Oyster Bar

A one-stop seafood shop! They’ve got it all, from contemporary seafood and shellfish, a sprawling raw bar and yes, of course—the classic fish & chips. They do the dish well with fresh and crispy fish that will be sure to hit the spot. When the craving hits, you can find them at 762 Cambie Street.

The Fish Counter

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F I S H I N G F O R C O M P L I M E N T S // Love the #fishandchips at @thefishcounteronmain. Always fresh and moist #fish with a thin and crispy batter. I got one piece #LingCod and Chips ($13.62) with a Crispy #Oyster ($3.50), which is a freaking easy upsell for oyster lovers like me 😝. I've always loved fried oysters since I was a kid when we'd sometimes order them at Chinese restaurants. Now that I make my own money, I can indulge any time I want! (Which really means I've only eaten them once every couple years — fried chicken takes up a lot of eating time…) The fries had a lot of colour on them, which is my preference. I do prefer them eaten right away. I don't like the fries so much when taken to go. The caraway(?) slaw is a nice counterpoint. They wave the flag for #oceanwise seafood here. Sunny days demand you eat here. #thefishcounteronmain #yvr #vancouver

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Step into this counter-serve joint with an array of delicious and casual dishes, including some of the best fish & chips the city has to offer. Choose from Halibut, Pacific Cod, Wild Salmon or Lingcod. Their housemade tartar sauce is also to die for. Find them at 3825 Main Street.

C-Lovers Fish & Chips

A chain restaurant that makes a mean fish & chips. They also have an All You Can Eat menu so you can get as much fish & chips and pop as you can handle for $14.99. They have a North Vancouver location at 1660 Pemberton Avenue. But they have several spots throughout the Lower Mainland to get your fix.

The Sea House Fish & Chips

Choose from Cod or Halibut at this reasonably-priced spot. A one piece with chips is around $4.25 and a three piece is $8.45. They also have an array of other seafood dishes, burgers and sandwiches. Check them out at 3003 Kingsway #7.

Tony’s Fish & Oyster Cafe

A casual eatery serving up oysters and fish & chips along with BC’s best beers and wines. All of their fish & chips are served with coleslaw and housemade sauce. Get fries or upgrade for $2 to onion rings, yam fries or a caesar salad. Give them a try at 1511 Anderson Street.

Edible Canada

This popular bistro serves up Canadian cuisine using local ingredients, so you know their fish & chips is good. Their gluten-free take on fish & chips uses Yukon Arctic char and comes with a fennel & apple slaw. They also have an awesome patio for people watching on Granville Island. They’re at 1596 Johnston Street.

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