Seafood Meal for Two or Four at Sea Fish n' Chips (Up to 41% Off)

McKenzie Towne

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C$28 39% C$11
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In a Nutshell

Seafood restaurant with trademark fish and chips as well as calamari, chowder, and more

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for dine in only. Not valid for Jaws. Not valid for halibut. Valid for 1pc or 2pc Fish and Chips plates. Extra fee for 3pc plates. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Four Options

  • C$17 for a meal for two including two 1- or 2-piece fish and chips plates, valid Sunday–Thursday only (a C$28 value)
  • C$20 for a meal for two including two 1- or 2-piece fish and chips plates (a C$28 value)
  • C$33 for a meal for four including four 1- or 2-piece fish and chips plates, valid Sunday–Thursday only (a C$56 value)
  • C$39 for a meal for four including four 1- or 2-piece fish and chips plates (a C$56 value)

Sea Fish n' Chips

If the name Sea Fish n' Chips doesn't adequately hint at this restaurant's London leanings, then a dish called Squid Vicious certainly does. The eatery's take on calamari has about as much attitude as a Sex Pistols song, thanks to fiery licks of salsa and red-pepper aioli. Of course, the restaurant's namesake dish is its true specialty. Baskets are built from one of four fish—haddock, cod, halibut, or salmon—prepared in a light British–style batter and served with fresh-cut chips and homemade curry sauce. England's hardly the only destination inspiring the menu, though. Take a look at what other regions are represented:

New England: The restaurant's seafood chowder comes with or without oysters and is paired with garlic toast. The menu also boasts crab cakes.

New Orleans: Cajun–inspired offerings include a spiced-chicken sandwich and popcorn shrimp with cocktail sauce.

Calgary—of course: The restaurant proudly reps local microbrewery Wild Rose, keeping four of those beers on tap, including an IPA and the chocolate-infused Best Brown in Town. Either one pairs nicely with poutine.

Customer Reviews

Fabulous and friendly service. The food was great!!!Soup, Fish, Yam fries; all outstanding!
Susan A. · May 3, 2017
The fish and chips were wonderful. Not greasy, lots of food, nice atmosphere. We will be back. We live out of Town - good location to access while on route to shopping on 130th Ave.
Joanne W. · April 24, 2017
Good food, service was so so had to ask for drink refills, nice quiet establishment
Mike S. · April 19, 2017

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