1505 W. 1st, Vancouver BC, Canada
Located just across the bridge at the entrance to Granville Island, this café relies on seafood from the nearby fish market.
"Halibut, salmon, oysters, mussels—the seafood here is as fresh as it gets," wrote former Straight food editor Angela Murrills.
Executive chef Nicolas Hipperson told another Straight food writer, Tara Lee, that he uses R&B Brewing Red Devil Pale Ale in the batter because he likes the bitterness and the hoppy-ness, providing a sharp flavour. Chips are created from Kennebec potatoes.
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