Submitted Saturday, May 15, 2010 - 12:23am [Dine in]
I fell in love with their fish tacones. Some people might find it not having enough salt, but IMO, its better for you and it makes the fish shine in all it's glory. The ingredients were very fresh. My friend liked the fish tacos better, my little brother liked the scallops version better. Next time I'll order both.
Don't expect to have the order taker all lovey-dovey with you. The place is busy so make sure you decide what to order before you fall in line. Be straight to the point when you order so you can get out of the way to let other people place their order. We had to wait long but we're aware of this due to the place being busy. If you want to avoid the order line up, phone in your order but then you still might have to wait for them to prepare it.
Oh, and then there's that great view while eating.
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Submitted Saturday, May 15, 2010 - 12:01am [Dine in]
My friend and I took my family to White Rock for an impromptu dinner. It's their first time going to White Rock. We ordered the barrel of fish (12 pcs) and chips, which was way cheaper than ordering six 2 pcs of fish and chips. My Mom cannot believe how big the pieces were and how much fries it came with. We ate all the fish but cannot finish the fries (its okay but not great). I can never finish my fries when it's paired with something else anyway. The fish was a bit greasy, but what do you expect? It's deep fried! It was fresh though and good.
We had our food to go and ate at the picnic area. The wait was okay, it wasn't that long. The place is never empty no matter what time of the year I go, but summer is definitely the busiest. I think it's time to update their place a little bit.
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