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Go Fish Ocean Emporium

1505 1st Ave W
Vancouver, BC V6J 1E8

(604) 730-5040

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (86 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Casual Classic Cod Fish and chips Daily Soups fish and chips fish tacos fruits de mer grilled Grilled Albacore Tuna Sandwich Having @tourismucluelet @gofishvancouver line ups No Booze Ocean Outdoor Dining People Watching Rustic Salmon Sandwich seafood tourist Waterside

Hours: Sun & Sat 12pm-6:30pm; Tue-Fri 11:30am-6:30pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express


Go Fish Ocean Emporium offers these services: fishmonger, seafoods, fish, fish and seafood store.
by ourbis on June 30, 2013 from ourbis

Editorial Reviews

Even finatics who've "fished 'n' chipped worldwide" "put up with" "long waits" at this Fairview "seafood shack" to enjoy its "shockingly fresh", "absolutely delish" fare, including "fish tacos to die for"; despite "occasionally Stalinist" service and "seagulls squawking" overhead, it's still "the perfect place on a sunny day", so saddle up to the "outdoor picniclike tables" and partake in a...
by zagat on April 24, 2014 from zagat
Close to Granville island Market, this beloved fish shack is know for their fresh fish, found in all its glorified iterations: fish and chips, scallop sandwiches, grilled oysters, halibut, and cod. Open year-round, expect long lines in the summer and no wait in the winter. For a sit-down experience, check out its sister restaurant, Go Fish, up the hill. Otherwise, just stand at the counter,...
by blackbookmag on May 20, 2012 from blackbookmag
“Thirty minute wait for anything fried and ten minutes for the grilled items”. That’s what was being hollered out to the still not fully depleted lineup as the last business hour of the day approached this fine sunny weekend day. With hungry bellies, our rat pack of five quickly huddled and decided we’d opt for the healthier and quicker grilled menu choices, and that was by no means a default...
by shokutsu on August 24, 2011 from foodosophy
Salmon tacos might sound the alarm for traditionalists, but at this False Creek seafood shack on the western approach to Granville Island, they're very good. A construct of smoky tortilla, grilled wild salmon, chipotle crema and fresh salsa, they're still redolent of the sea. They should be: the fisherman who caught the main ingredient berths beside the restaurant's year-round patio. Granville...
by vanmag on October 07, 2009 from vanmag
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