Seafood restaurants seem to overdo the decor so much that you feel like you’re literally in a boat on the sea. Netting and plastic fish everywhere. Grandin Fish and Chips manages to tone this down perfectly. Here, instead, you feel more like you’re dining in a large home kitchen on the coast of Nova Scotia or a similar place. It’s warm, homey, and tastefully modern.
The cod and chips is simply done and all the better for it. No special treatment that I could see or taste, although the chips have an incredibly satisfying crunch. For dessert, the Chocolate Neptune is delicious and perfect for a couple, and even my two friends and I split it three ways and felt quite full after everything.
Our waiter was not intuitive when it came to communicating inclusively, as they kept defaulting to speech rather than incorporating both speech and writing/typing. I suggest the team review their behaviours in order to serve a diverse neighbourhood. This is the one opportunity that held my review back from a full 5 stars.
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