Awesome fish...both fresh and smoked!! Friendly helpful owner Highly recommend Worth searching for...long driveway
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Seafood quite expensive but freshest available in Ucluelet. Lady serving helpful on how to cook seafood. Sauces, rubs available in store as well.
Cute little shop with a very sweet lady and her little one manning the place. We tried the smoked and candied salmon along with the fresh halibut. Everything was fantastic, especially the smoked salmon. We heard they do a smoked tuna as well which we'll...More
Very helpful staff helped us pick out various samples of fresh fish and crab for our New Zealand friends to try for the first time back at our hotel.Yummy!
Halibut 3 hours off the boat, you can't get fresher that that! An unassuming sign on the main road in Ucluelet takes you to a wonderland of fresh fish and shell fish. If you are eating in and fancy seafood this his the place in...More
We brought fish into Dan over three days and each day it was cut to our specs, vacuum packed and flash frozen. Dan also arranged to meet us early on the fourth day in order for us to get our fish in order to make...More
We wanted to buy some salmon, to cook for dinner. The store looks like a small hole-in-the-wall place where you would get a decent price for fish. Not a chance. The prices here were a stopper - $4.99 per 100 g was the most expensive...More
We have tried all their products. All is excellent except the oysters. We tried the smaller size and they were not good. Other than that all their fish: fresh, frozen, smoked is more than excellent. All seafood is amazing! I am highly recommending it. Price...More
This is not a restaurant. It is a seafood store! We rented a place with a kitchen so we were up for cooking our own dinner. Went in and got oysters, prawns and crab. Added a shucking knife, lemon, cocktail sauce. Came back the next...More
This is not a restaurant but a seafood shop. During a 2-day stay in Ucluelet, we stopped in here 3 times! The cold-smoked sockeye salmon is out of this world, and would seriously consider coming back to Ucluelet just to get some. We also had...More