We had a great lunch while sitting outside in the private front yard of this cute home/restaurant. Our server(owner?) was very sweet and friendly as well while giving great service. Absolutely recommend!
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Hadn't been to Fishtales for 10 years, went on a Friday evening planning on having fish n chips. Was pleasantly surprised to see several options other than the traditional halibut. I did choose halibut and it was outstanding the batter was light and crisp and...More
This is our second visit to Fish Tales Cafe. The fried/beer battered salmon was quite good. The perfect place to stop if you are in the mood for some filling greasy goodness. A bit pricey but portions are quite large. I am not a fan...More
This themed restaurant looks really quaint on the outside, and warm and inviting on the inside. I think that for a local restaurant, this is a good place to eat for those craving for some seafood for a reasonable price. I recommend the salmon burger....More
Loved the food here. Definitely worth going to. Classic quaint place in a historical building. We enjoyed everything we ordered and there were more on the menu we wanted to try next time.
Enjoyed the "all you can eat" fish and chips during the day. Fish was amazing and sitting outside on the grass under a patio umbrella was perfect. Great beer on tap as well.
5 years ago we came here and it was fantastic...well it is far from that now. We sat outside which was a horrible idea with all the wasps. Service was quite slow to order however food arrived quickly. Calamari was rubbery and WAY TOO OVER...More
I really enjoyed the traditional fish and chips dinner I ordered and the chowder was very good. My wife and mother in law had the grilled halibut dinner with fresh vegetables and rice. Although it was well prepared it didn't really suit their tastes.Service was...More