Fodor's Expert Review Red Fish Blue Fish

$$ Downtown Victoria Seafood
If you like your fish both yummy and ecologically friendly, look no further than this former shipping container on the pier at the foot of Broughton Street. From the soil-topped roof and biodegradable packaging to the sustainably harvested local seafood, this waterfront takeout shop minimizes its ecological footprint. The chef offers a choice of local wild salmon, tuna, and oysters from the barbecue. Portuguese buns are baked daily for the seafood sandwiches, fish tacos come in grilled tortilla cones, and even plain old fish-and-chips are taken up a notch with a choice of wild salmon, halibut, or cod in tempura batter with hand-cut fries. Be prepared for long lineups on sunny days and for variable closures during wet and cooler months.
Seafood Green Casual Lunch Quick Bite $$

Quick Facts

1006 Wharf St.
Victoria, British Columbia  V8W 1T4, Canada


Known For:
  • Local wild salmon
  • Barbecued oysters
  • Top-notch fish and chips
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No dinner. Closed Nov.–mid-Feb.

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