Go Fish Ocean Emporium
1505 1st Avenue West, Vancouver, BC, V6J 1E8
They work directly with fishermen to bring the freshest seafood to you.
|Cuisine Type |||Fast Food, Seafood|
|Ambiance |||Outdoor Dining, Patio Dining, Quiet Conversation, Casual, Waterside|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Local Favorites, No Alcohol, Notable Chef, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||#50 on 2nd Ave. West|
|Cross Street |||1st Ave. West and Creekside Drive|
|Summer hours: Tue-Sun: 11:30AM-6:30PM; Winter hours: Tue-Sun: 11:30AM-6PM .|
Profile Last Updated: April 07, 2008
Go Fish Ocean Emporium is located at the edge of the water at Fisherman’s Warf at False Creek. You can’t get any closer to where the fish live. And you can’t get seafood fresher than this unless you catch it yourself! Go Fish was formed from a cooperative relationship with the Fisherman’s Wharf and together they provide prepared local seafood to the community while raising awareness of seafood products from local waters. This relationship benefits the fishermen as well as Go Fish’s customers.
Gourmet Fish And Chips
Gord Martin, the chef behind Bin 941 and 942 co-owns Go Fish and he’s put his culinary talents to work. Most of us think that fish and chips are pretty basic, but Martin has created a ‘Granville Island beer batter’ that smacks of gourmet. Plus, the tartar sauce that comes with it is divine. But there are lots of other creations on Go Fish’s menu, too. Try the char grilled rare albacore tuna sandwich. With a sweet chili ponzu glaze, tomato ‘Snake Bite Salsa; and wasabi mayo; it’s bound to bite back! Or try a ‘tacone’. These fish tacos come with grilled salmon, cilantro-spiked salsa, chipotle crema, and their Pacific Rim coleslaw wrapped in a soft tortilla. And with specials everyday, you’re bound to get something fresh and delicious!
A Shack With Class
This may be a shack by the water, but it’s a classy shack. Not only has a well-known chef put an amazing seafood menu together, but the setting is picturesque too. False Creek’s Fisherman’s Wharf is in between the Burrard and Granville Street bridges. Sitting on the small patio at Go Fish provides a great view of the boats, the water, and the city on the other side. Add the super friendly staff and the great food and it makes for a great place to go for lunch or dinner.