Banoffee pie. Delicious fish n chips. Craft Soda. That patio.
(Okay, so you’ve only got a short while left to enjoy the patio with the fantastic view of what’s going down on a busy corner, but there’s the fabulous interior to enjoy during the colder months).
Grandin Fish ’N’ Chips is a fast-casual dining restaurant, offering a prairie interpretation of fish and chips that takes inspiration from both traditional London chippies and the East Coast style of fish and chips, while making it our own. We aim to provide a modern, quality, sustainable and health conscious seafood choice to Edmontonians. At Grandin Fish ’N’ Chips we offer dine-in, take out, and catering services along with the sale of fresh seafood and seafood products.
Grandin Fish n Chips has handsdown, my favourite chips in the city – and the fish is well-battered, and delicious. The portion sizes are generous and they’ve got the banoffee pie; and now, kids eat free on Tuesdays.
Kids eat free for dine-in only, one free kids meal (for children under twelve) for every adult meal. We’ve frequented the patio during the summer months, and it can be quite busy so head there early.
The chic interior is fun, and the vibe is casual, so you don’t have to be too overly concerned if you’ve got a ten month old that thinks the most effective way to get fries in her mouth is to shriek at the top of her lungs.
Find Grandin Fish and Chips at 9902 109 Street. See the full menu at www.grandinfish.ca.