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Go Fish is a fish shack serving just-caught seafood right near Granville Island. Full review →
Crisp, modern, and breezy space with regatta-worthy décor, much of it (like the whimsical nori lamps and chandelure) built by Chef Gord Martin’s energetic sous-chefs.
Come early to score a table for lunch on the deck where you can watch the daily catch being hauled in.
If the weather's fine, head for this seafood stand on the seawall overlooking the docks beside Granville Island. Full review →
Although the line-ups can be significant at this popular seafood shack on False Creek's Fishermen's Wharf, it's worth the wait Full review →Then tuck into some of Vancouverâs best Granville Island beer-battered fish ânâ chips (choose cod, halibut or salmon), oyster poâ boys, a char-grilled rare albacore tuna sandwich with sweet chili ponzu glaze, tomato âsnake biteâ salsa and wasabi mayo, or grilled salmon âtacones," all served with zesty Pacific Rim coleslaw.
Outdoor cafe serving fresh fish and shellfish. Don't be put off by the line-up, people come back for a reason. Full review →
This almost-too-popular seafood stand is one the city's fave fish-and-chip joints, offering halibut, salmon and cod encased in crispy golden batter. Full review →
There is no competition for Go Fish anywhere else in the city - it is completely unique. Full review →
The top- notch seafood is enhanced by a spectacular setting: the stand fronts bobbing boats and a skyline view of the city.
Tucked away on the Seawall between Granville Island and Vanier Park, this little shack serves up the best fish and chips in town. Full review →
This unassuming seafood joint on False Creek Fisherman’s Wharf ) doesn’t look like much from the outside- which is just fine for locals, who'd rather keep it for themselves. Full review →
“Basically a food truck without wheels”, this seafood hut near Granville Island is a Fairview “favourite” for “mouth-watering fish ’n’ chips” and “the freshest” fish tacos. Full review →