The Spot’s Ocean Wise Fish & Chips

Ordering The Spot’s Ocean Wise Fish & Chips is like getting a high-five from the ocean. That’s because Ocean Wise fish is certified to be caught using sustainable methods, from healthy habitats. If the ocean could say thanks, it would.

Until October 8th, The Spot’s Fish & Chips is only 12.99 and our Crispy Fish Burger is just 11.99, dine in only.

The Spot’s Ocean Wise Fish & Chips

A Partnership
to Feel Good About

Sustainability is very important to us at White Spot, so we've partnered with Ocean Wise. Together, we can do a lot of good. Our Ocean Wise seafood menu, featuring delicious dishes that promote sustainability allows us to do our part to ensure the health of our oceans for generations to come. After all, we go to great lengths for great taste. That includes great depths too!

 

Feature Menu

 The Spot’s Fish & Chips

A White Spot tradition. Two pieces of our crispy tempura battered Ocean Wise cod. Creamy coleslaw & ‘endless’ signature Kenebec fries. 12.99*

Add a piece of fish for 3.49
Add a Caesar salad to start 2.00
 

 Crispy Fish Burger

It’s back! Our crispy tempura battered Ocean Wise cod with coleslaw, tomato & tartar sauce on our wholesome artisan-style bun. Creamy coleslaw & ‘endless’ signature Kennebec fries. 11.99
 

Classic Peach Pie

A flaky, double-crust pie made with natural ingredients & filled with peaches. Served warm & topped with a scoop of Island Farms premium vanilla ice cream. 6.99
 

Nat’s on Tap

Crafted exclusively for White Spot by Granville Island Brewing, enjoy our Nat Bailey Pale Ale or Lager. 

Join us for Happy Hour everyday from 2-5pm & 8pm-late!

All of these menu items can be enjoyed to go! Our 12.99 Fish & Chips offer is for dine-in only, but you can still enjoy 20% off our regular menu pricing when you order online.

*Offer not valid with any other promotion. 12.99 Fish & Chips offer for dine-in only at participating restaurants.
 


The Ocean Wise symbol on a seafood item means it’s ocean-friendly. For more information visit http://www.ocean.org/seafood