For over 80 years now, White Spot has had a passion for using only the freshest and finest quality ingredients. Whether you're joining us for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a late night snack, we look forward to welcoming you every time.
Went here with the family and the inlaws for a quick lunch. The service was satisfactory but nothing to rave about. They managed to stick 6 adults and 4 young children in a single half circle booth. Some of the adults were sitting in the isle. They could have given us a bigger table or two average size tables considering the amount of people here. Well now to the food. I ordered the beed dip and I was very disappointed. Not only was the sandwich plain and had no flavour, but the au jou was bland as well, My better half had the turnkey club and she said that it was blah as well. For the price for those sandwiches and the cramp quaters, I expected more from a Chef Curry approved establishment. Sadly disappointed. I would rather eat elsewhere where you get some elbow room and a satisfied tummy.
You don't go here for the atmosphere, despite a reno sometime within the last decade. Nor do you go for a quiet dinner. The place is noisey.
Once you get past the realization this is no longer a fast food place & the higher prices on some of their entrees, you focus on the food quality. Personally I've never found the portions overly large, particularily their burger platters, but last night's visit made me think twice.
My wife and I ordered the chicken Veronica salad & my father & daughter both had the fish & chips.The $12 salad is huge, an assortment of lettuce, grapes, celery, chicken breast,& cashews, served with naan bread. I believe the naan may be a recent addition. The $10 fish & chips was a 2 piece order, with way too many (no complaints were heard) fries. My dad & my daughter finished their fish & chips before we got through our salad.
Everyone was more than full. The tab was $61 including tip (no liquor), which was more than I like to spend in a family type restaurant but the place is unionized.