|Cuisine Type |||Seafood|
|Ambiance |||Romantic Spot, Fine Dining|
|Meals Served |||Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Party Space, Private Room(s)|
|Pricing |||$21 - $30|
|Open daily for dinner from 5:30PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 05, 2008
A Kettle of Fish is some deep water you won’t mind getting into, or eating your way out of! Located downtown off the Burrard Street Bridge, Kettle of Fish was established in the late 1970s and is still going strong as one of the finest seafood restaurants in the city. The interior of the restaurant resembles a garden glade with trees growing right up through the floor and branches leaning over your shoulder to get a peek at the impressive menu. Formal servers pay attention to every detail without being intrusive, while the open kitchen is an organized beehive of gastronomic activity.
Fine Fish and Foods
Over the years the menu has evolved so that classic favourites are paired with new and exciting flavours. The fish list is yours for the picking (or fishing!) as the menu features everything from, alaskan black cod to fresh wild BC sockeye to pan seared tilapia. All dishes are presented with creativity and an artistic flair making fish into some fine art. For a seafood restaurant, Kettle of Fish also has an excellent selection of non-seafood and vegetarian choices with some meat and pasta selections.
A genuine effort is made to pair wines with dishes to perfectly complement your meal. The wine list is extensive, with a good representation of New and Old World labels. Servers are knowledgeable, as they can help you find either a perfect red or white to highlight your fish dish of choice. After dining here you’ll understand why Kettle of Fish’s motto, Eat Lotsa Fish, a mouthwatering proposition.
A Must: Leave room for a choice from the fabulous dessert menu
Specials: Pay attention to the wine pairing special, a manager's suggestion offered nightly
Function Room: The lower room is a great place for groups and functions