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16 awesome places to get fish and chips in Metro Vancouver

Kassidie Cornell Apr 19, 2019 11:29 am 206

While fish and chips may be of English origin, there is no shortage of Vancouver spots to get your battered and fried fish fix.

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So here are some awesome places to sit down, relax, and indulge in some killer fish and chips.

The Sea House Fish and Chips


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This mom and pop shop will leave you with a full belly at a great price. For only $8.45, customers can enjoy three pieces of cod and chips.

Address: 3003 Kingsway #7, Vancouver
Phone: 604-433-1992


C-Lovers Fish and Chips

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C-Lovers has been cooking up their fish and chips since 1984. This chain is best known for their $14.99 all-you-can-eat fish and chips including bottomless pop. The deal is available all day, seven days a week.

Address: 1660 Pemberton Avenue, North Vancouver
Phone: 604-980-9993

Address: 8-555 Clarke Road, Coquitlam
Phone: 604-936-2447


Donnellan’s Chipper


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Are you a french fry connoisseur? Then Donnellan’s Chippers is the place for you. Located on Granville Street, this spot is serving up the ‘Finest Fast Food’ including fish and chips.

Address: 1224 Granville Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-331-4302

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Pajo’s began as a small stand in Steveston’s Wharf and has now grown to four locations (including one in YVR Airport). This fish and chip joint serves up Pacific Wild Cod and Halibut served up in their signature tempura-style batter.

Address: 12351 3 Avenue, Richmond
Phone: 604-272-1588

Address: 12771 Seventh Avenue, Richmond
Phone: 604-204-0767

Address: 2800 Murray Street, Port Moody
Phone: 604-469-2289

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Go Fish Ocean Emporium


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What’s better than eating fish and chips with a view of the ocean? Enjoy the fresh, salty air as you chow down on your fish and chips. Go Fish Ocean Emporium is located right on the water and is serving up the freshest fish possible.

Address: 1505 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604- 730-5040


Fanny Bay Oyster Bar


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This company was started by three farmers in the 1980s and got its name from the beautiful shores of Baynes Sound. There’s more to the name than just oysters. You can choose either cod or halibut for your fish and chips dish and their house-made coleslaw is like a cherry on top of an amazing meal.

Address: 762 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Phone: 778 – 379-9510

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The Vancouver Fish Company


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Granville Island is basically fish and chip central. The Vancouver Fish Company is serving up fresh, local fish that is battered using Granville Island Honey Lager. One of the best parts is their daily happy hour from 3 to 5 pm.

Address: 1517 Anderson Street Granville Island, Vancouver
Phone: 604 559 3474

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Every Friday from 11 am to 3 pm Coast serves up their fish and chips for $9.95. Their mouth-watering beer battered pacific cod will make this your new weekly tradition. Combine your fish and chips with their daily happy hour when and you’ve got a great start to the weekend.

Address: 1054 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-685-5010

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Fish Café


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This quaint family restaurant is cooking up tasty fish and thick, hand cut fries. Found in the heart of Kerrisdale, Fish Café has got a variety of seafood options. If the traditional deep-fried fish isn’t your cup of tea, Fish Café offers other options such as grilled or blackened – so there’s something for everyone.

Address: 2053 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604-267-3474


The Sandbar


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Another go-to spot for fish and chips on Granville Island, The Sandbar will always leave you wanting to come back for more food and another glimpse of the view. With an outside patio overlooking the water, The Sandbar’s fish and chips is a staple of their lunch menu. For $19 you two large pieces of beer battered fish, fries, and housemade coleslaw and tartar sauce.

Address: 1535 Johnston Street Creekhouse #102, Granville Island
Phone: 604-669-9030

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Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House


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This award-winning restaurant has been a staple of the Vancouver dining scene for more than 30 years. Their classic fish and chips are served up using fresh ling cod and fresh cut fries. You know this is a good restaurant because former WWE star turned actor John Cena declared it his favourite in Canada. Next time Cena is in town we’ll have to ask if he orders the fish and chips.

Address: 777 Thurlow Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-669-1940

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Hook Seabar


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Known for its incredible view of English Bay, Hooked Seabar is a go-to spot for a seafood lunch or dinner. What sets Hooked Seabar’s fish and chips apart from others on this list is the pickle batter they use to coat their lingcod. And just look at that massive piece of fish. You’ll surely leave with a happy and full belly.

Address: 1210 Denman Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-620-4668

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Rodney’s Oyster House


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Rodney’s Oyster House brings an authentic Maritime feel to the West Coast. You’ve got plenty of options with locations in both Yaletown and Gastown. With a golden and crisp outer layer, Rodney’s should be at the top of your list when it comes to fish and chips.

Address: 1228 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-609-0080

Address:52 Powell Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-685-2005

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Dockside Restaurant


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Dockside is known as a casual fine dining establishment. While their menu includes a variety of dishes, including seafood, their Pilsner battered fish and chips is a classic. You can enjoy your cod on the patio with a view of the harbour.

Address: 1253 Johnston Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-685-7070

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The Lamplighter


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This funky restaurant and bar is located in Gastown and features a variety of pub classics along with a few twists. You won’t find fish and chips from a pub that aren’t fried in a beer batter. The Lamplight’s take on fish and chips includes an ale-battered cod, pickle, dill, and lemon for $17.

Address: 92 Water Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-687-4424

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The Holy Crab


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The Holy Crab is serving a serious twist on the classic fish and chips. Instead of cod or halibut, The Holy Crab uses crispy battered catfish and while plain French fries are the norm, you’ve got Cajun fries and creamy coleslaw to take your dish to a new level.

Address: 1588 Robson Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-661-8533

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