Cockney Kings Fish & Chips
102-1035 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC, V3M 1C4
Real fish and chips, just like your favourite chippie used to make.
|Cuisine Type |||English, Seafood|
|Ambiance |||Senior Appeal, Casual|
|Meals Served |||All-you-can-eat, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Beer & Wine|
|Payment |||MasterCard, Visa, Cash|
|Neighbourhood |||Burnaby/New Westminster|
|Getting There |||New Westminster Station|
|Cross Street |||10th Street|
|Mon-Thurs: 11AM- 8PM Fri: 11AM-9PM Sat: 11AM-8PM Sun: 12PM-8PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 13, 2009
Like a good old English chippie, Cockney Kings looks unassuming. But that's because the focus is on fish and chips, not fancy décor. Cockney Kings has been serving Vancouver since 1965, delivering delicous battered fish atop a heap of crispy chips, all wrapped up in newspaper for take-out. Both Cockney Kings locations, in New Westminster and Burnaby, also offer sit-down service. Customers can chow down on platters of battered and deep-fried halibut, salmon or cod, perhaps with a side of mushy peas for the quintessential British dinner.
All you can eat
One of Cockney Kings' most popular offerings is the all-you-can-eat special. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, one low price gets you unlimited fish and chips, plus bottomless pop. The rest of the week, however, you will have no trouble satisfying a hearty appetite. In addition to fish and chips, Cockney Kings serves favourites such as seafood chowder and meat pies. Burger lovers will love the salmon and oyster burgers, and those with a taste for spice should try the Louisiana shrimp dinner.
Traditional fish and chips
Adding to the flavour of this fish and chip restaurant are authentic touches of Britain such as a model of a bright red phone booth and shelves of memorabilia from Old Blighty, which add to the otherwise no-frills decor. And for a real taste of the UK, order a bottle of Newcastle, Boddingtons Pub Ale or Guinness. Cheers!