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9152 Glover Road, Langley, BC, Canada
  • Our food arrived quickly and my halibut was delicious, perfectly fried and crispy on the outside, not greasy, and the fish inside was light and flaky

    • by Jessie Bahrey

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      While antique hunting in Fort Langley, BC, recently, we got very hungry and decided to stop at a small restaurant we had seen earlier on the main street in this historic town; we had a craving for fish and chips, so Fort Fish and Chips sounded like a good bet for lunch.

      The exterior of this restaurant is very small, and once inside, it is just as small, and very simple in décor-there are several wooden tables and chairs, nautical décor on the walls, and nothing fancy at all. Even though it was an early lunch on a rainy weekday, all the tables were full except for the

      one we were quickly seated at. I guessed that this is a family-run restaurant, as a couple and a teenager were working. We ordered a beer without looking at the menu, but found out that this restaurant is not licensed, which, although unusual these days, is not a big deal for me, so we ordered some sodas. One thing I did notice was that the interior is a bit chilly inside too, so word of warning to those who chill easily to bring a sweater.

      The menu is like the restaurant, basic and simple. I was relieved and happy to see that the choices of fish are cod ...

      • and halibut; I generally measure the quality of fish and chips places by the standard of if they serve halibut as an option. All you fish and chips connoisseurs out there know that halibut is just a superior fish, and quality fish and chips include halibut. There are also prawns and clams available, and the prices are excellent; you have choices of 1, 2 or 3 piece fish and chips that are $10, $13 and $15. When we saw the size of the food on the tables around us, we realized that the prices are extremely good value for dollar-the pieces of fish or some of the
        biggest I have seen.

        Our food arrived quickly and my halibut was delicious, perfectly fried and crispy on the outside, not greasy, and the fish inside was light and flaky. The fries were crisp and tasty. The tarter sauce was obviously home-made, with a creamy, fresh taste and a hint of herbs. It was excellent. There was no way we could finish our 2 pieces meals, and we made a note to only order a one piece meal or share a 3 piece meal next time.

        While Fort Fish and Chips is a small and simple restaurant that does not serve alcohol, the food is outstanding and the service is excellent.

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