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Fish Counter, The

3825 Main Street
Vancouver, BC V5V3P2
Tel: (604) 876-3474
Neighbourhood: East Side
  • Cuisine: Fish & chips, Seafood
  • Price: $$ ($15 - $30)
  • Service: Takeout
  • Features: Ocean Wise
  • Hours: Mon: Closed, Tue - Sun: 10AM - 8PM
  • The Fish Counter dishes up take-out foods like fish & chips, Po’boy sandwiches, fish tacos, chowders and a fish market with super fresh, line caught local fish and tanks full of crab and assorted shellfish.


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Bad Fish and Chips
By Basilseal of North Vancouver District (32 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, August 13, 2017 - 3:45pm [Dine in]

I like fish and chips, but this was bad. The fish (cod) was over battered and over cooked and it had a burnt greasy taste. The chips were just ok as was the coleslaw. If you want good fish and chips try Montgomery's (Lonsdale Quay) or Go Fish (Granville Island).
I also took a look at the fresh fish on display; in my opinion the fish available at your local Save On Foods is much better, as the fish here looked liked it had been sitting around too long.

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Deep Fried Goodness!!
By richie_rich of vancouver (49 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 1:53am [Dine in]

Hello there,

A buddy of mine gave me a jingle to see if I was interested in some fish n' chips. The only problem was I did not want to venture to New West nor North Burnaby to one of our main staples.. I did a quick search on the web and this place popped up with high regards. We decided on Friday at 2pm as we were thinkin that it might be too busy at 12 or 1.

The fish shop is located across from an car repair shop with Sun Sui Wah restaurant just up the corner. Parking is fine....I was lucky to find a 1h free parking just down a block and a half. My buddy found his spot up the block on a sidestreet. There were also paid parking on Main but they were all taken. As you step in...fish shop/condiment sales to the left side...cashier/ordering in the middle and cooking stations to the right. Seating?? One fixed corner table at the right front side with the main menu board above...stool counters to the right and bench to left of the door. There were also a pair of wooden benches outside. So extremely limited seating but gives a feeling of a wharf.

Anyways, I decided on a one piece halibut with requested well done fries and grabbed an orange soda on the left front side (limited selection as well). The grand total for my lunch was roughly 15 bucks and they gave you a number for pickup. As I was paying I made a comment about the tank of spot prawns ...$24 bucks per pound..WOW!!....I remember last year they were only 8 to 10 bucks per pound. I sat down on that little awkward table. My buddy.....I fought out got the same thing but with rootbeer. We waited for about 7 to 10 minutes for the call.

Verdict......fish was super fresh and flaky.The batter was light, crisp and not overly coated. The fries were crispy and not greasy..in fact I could not finish it. The tartar sauce was homemade and just the right zip. The side slaw was ....well...alright... cabbage and kale mix but the dressing needed more of a punch. Otherwise excellent FNC. My buddies verdict...the same...excellent.

Final thoughts.... Highly Recommendedl!! They take both cash and debit/cc as payment. Will definitely be back...might try out that oyster poboy or clam chowder or both. Thanks for reading.

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