|Cuisine Type |||Seafood|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Good For Kids, Patio Dining, Casual, Dining Alone|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Local Favorites, Parking, Counter & Bar Service, Delivery|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Located at the western edge of downtown on the west side of 14 Street.|
|Cross Street |||16th Ave SW|
|Mon – Thurs & Sat: 11AM – 9PM; Fri: 11AM – 10PM; Sun: 11:30AM – 8PM|
Profile Last Updated: February 23, 2009
It doesn’t get any better than Trawlers if you want the serious taste you can only get from a big plate full of deep fried seafood. And that is exactly what the specialty is at Trawler’s Seafood Kitchen. The dishes are a bit more on the casual side of things than some of the fancier kitchens in the area serving up fare from the sea, but this family operated restaurant is casual and friendly, and perfect for both rambunctious kids as well as adults dining alone.
Something Fishy is Going On
Fish and chips are the specialty at Trawler’s, and they come with their own homemade fries that are cut fresh every single day. Your selection can include either Atlantic cod, haddock, halibut or Alaskan Pollock, and comes in one, two or three piece dinners that include coleslaw and either fries or rice. If you have a crew at home expecting a hot meal, ask for their family pack that includes 10 pieces of fish, two extra large orders of fries and a large coleslaw.
There is more to Trawler’s than just fish and chips. They also offer their patrons selections such as the Nova Scotia Scallops Platter, poached salmon, and peel and eat shrimp. If you want something healthy to go along with all the deep fry, they offer three salads and three soups.