My partner and I were going for a walk yesterday (Friday evening) and noticed this place. It looked empty, so we thought we'd go in for a drink and maybe a quick bite to eat. We walked in, and the bartender and waitress just looked at us, no smiles. Said sit wherever and then went to the kitchen. Wow. Bad start already. Finally caught the waitress' attention and she asked what we wanted. I said how about a menu. I'll just cut this short - but am saying this to give you an idea. We both ordered Stanley Park ales, and I ordered a burger, my partner had 2 piece cod & chips. I swear, 30 mins later after waiting for another drink, to no avail, I asked how much longer it would be. She said probably another 10 mins!!! Meantime, another beer finally. To sum it up, the fish was tiny, soggy, and under fried. Chips on both burger and fish weren't cooked enough and were somewhat warm. The tarter sauce and coleslaw were old and disgusting, with WAY too much salt. Meanwhile we had to watch some young cook dance around, and sing through the kitchen window. I made a joke to my partner, first fish & chip place with dinner show. The waitress gleemed over and said if we didn't like the place, we didn't have to come back and that the cook was actually a part owner.
So, in total, for the worst fish & chips, under cooked burger & chips, 4 beers, our bill was $64 including tip. I was reluctant to leave a tip based on the bad food, snarky attitude of the waitress, but ended up rounding it to $70 and we got up. Not even a thanks as we slowly made our way to the door shaking our heads. We definately DO NOT reccomend this. They'll get business during the summer, only cause they have a good location and large patio. I'd suggest you make a little effort to those who contribute to paying your bills in the OFF season though.